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Potty Training can be Easier with Pull Ups

*Disclaimer - I received the products from Pull Ups, in order to facilitate this post. All opinions are that of my own.

Are you potty training your toddler?


I have been working on potty training our toddler since about 19 months old and he was doing so well. And then, I had our youngest and paused for 4 weeks so I could heal fine and went to go back to working with him on it, and he lost interest. So, of course I feel terrible that I took that break even though I needed to. But, I know he'll catch on again and be potty trained in time.

So, I have been trying to come up with ways to get him interested again in going on the potty like a big boy. He pays attention and does wear underwear for about 20 minutes or so without having an accident and when I ask if he wants to go, he will get his step stool and stand up but doesn't go. 


He likes Pull Ups and has done pretty well with keeping them dry at night, so I am really, really hoping that is a good sign that he maybe ready to potty train and actually be 100% done once we re-start this time. He likes to put the Pull Ups on and knows when he's wet and takes them off too, and will walk me to the bathroom but just doesn't go yet I suppose. Hopefully soon he will and will get back into a daily routine of it and be happy being a big boy like his brother.

1 comment :

  1. Oh the potty training years I don't miss them lol. but these sure are helpful to use.

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