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Potty Training Made Easier with Pull Ups Training Pants and Big Kid Flushable Wipes

*Disclaimer - I received the products in this post from Pull Ups in order to facilitate this review for my readers. 

Are you starting to potty train your toddler or looking for a good brand to go to for help?


Do you have a toddler who is wanting to start potty training or are you just wanting to get potty training done and not sure of the best route to go, in terms of products to help? Well, I have a solution for your dilemma! 

Pull Ups is our go-to brand for potty training our three children! Our youngest son is 22 months and I have been working with him for about a month 1/2 on potty training now, and he's done very well I think. 

He goes about 3 - 4 times a day so far. Pull Ups have been easy for him to use thus far. You can find the boy designs for Pull Ups, here. They have girl designs on their website too that can be found, here.

Well now, we received some Big Kid flushable wipes to help us with potty training before using just toilet paper. Let me tell you, this has made potty training much easier and a lot less hassle in general. These are great and can be found here for just $6.99 for a pack of 4. 



He will say "potty" if he wants to go potty or pull at his Pull Up if he needs to go. We found a good plastic potty seat that sits directly on our toilet, so it's been nice to have him grab it off of the hook it's on and sit it on there himself when we head to the bathroom. 


When we buy diapers, he is a size 5. He's about 27 - 28 lbs probably by now, so I received the 2T/3T size for Pull Ups. They fit him perfectly and have an easily removable tab on both sides in case of an accident or mess. I love the design of these Pull Ups and he does too! They have The Lion King print on them. 

10 comments :

  1. I am all for anything that makes something as hard as potty training easier. These sound like wonderful products.

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  2. I remember my brother learning to potty train. It was very difficult for him and my mom. The products now seem like they would really help.

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  3. I'm not a mama but I'm an aunt and I know how complicated potty training can be. I love products that make it easier on parents :)

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  4. So glad I dont have to think about potty training for a few years. It really stresses me out!

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  5. These two products are a lifesaver when teaching kids to pottty train. I used these with my kids.

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  6. I survived that phase of parenting! It is easier nowadays for parents and kids to go through potty training because of the wonderful products available for them. I guess just being patient, giving lots of encouragement and praise will help both parent and child get through potty training successfully.

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  7. What a huge help to Mamas! I'm passing this along to some friends who might need it!

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  8. Ughhhh potty training! We are in the middle of this now and it's definitely not fun. We are however huge fans of pull-ups!

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  9. I think pull ups are the only thing that helped us get through the potty training phase. They gave my sons the confidence to be more independent.

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  10. Thank God for pull ups. They were the only thing that gave my boys the confidence they needed to potty train.

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