My Baby is Learning to Wear Underwear with Pampers Easy Ups and a Giveaway!

This past week has been so much fun in the family – we have received a special delivery box from Pampers – my favorite company for my baby – and we were so excited to open it up! I am going to tell you all about it in this post!

My baby is no longer a baby now, she is growing so fast! She is a full chatty, running around toddler, and she is now learning about toilet training! All these milestones are so cute in the little ones, we can’t get enough of our baby, and are just enjoying every new step in her development!

We were so excited to get this special delivery from Pampers, unbox it with her, and it even came with a special letter addressed to our girl! The box that came contained something new and really special! She certainly loved all the attention that she got!

Here is a video that we made with her learning about what is in the box, and then actually opening it!

It is so exciting to see our little girl grow up! The attention that she got from Pampers is truly priceless! It is so exciting to see the little ones, when they get their own personal delivery, just for them!

What she got was so cute – a box with new Pampers Easy Ups for her to try! She got her first special set of training underwear! It is incredible what this little touch is for her – she is so happy, and excited to see Dora, her favorite character, and to try on the underwear.

First thing she did after she got it is look at the underwear, and try it on. She was actually able to put it on herself! These little kids sure learn fast! What a great way to get her started with her underwear training!

I know that as this is our third daughter, no underwear and potty training experience is the same. We are so encouraged to start her off well with the brand that we trust and use all the time – I can truly say I rely on Pampers to give us the confidence we need to help us through the learning curve times.

My side of the story – I cannot trade Pampers for any other option. This is the brand that I have used and use for all of my kids, and the product that I can truly say does the job I need it to do – I don’t have the time to launder and hang up a gazillion reusable cloths, I don’t have the time to deal with rashes and whatnots that my kids get from cheap grocery store brand diapers. I have to have the product that I know works well in any situation. There are days when I get so overworked my kid will run around with a fairly heavy diaper, and I just don’t have a moment to change her. If not for Pampers, I don’t know what I would have to do. I don’t have to wake up 5 times in the middle of the night to change the baby if her diaper is soggy, and nothing happens with Pampers diapers when they are worn through the night for my kids. I honestly cannot thank this company enough for the products that we have, and use, as they simplify my life, and take that whole issue off my table altogether.

Dora Pampers Easy Ups

Pampers Easy Ups

Now with the new underwear training pants my tot can learn the basics of how to care for herself, without all of the frustration! I am so excited, and thankful that I don’t need to worry, knowing that Pampers will provide the needed safety, and comfort.

It is so easy to put on the new Pampers Easy Ups training underwear, even my toddler can do it herself! What is great about this product is that the diapers don’t look like diapers, and my daughter feels like it is actual underwear. These Pampers Easy Ups can be working day and night, and again no need to worry about any leaks, like with all the other Pampers products I am used to.

This product we got is actually a new product by Pampers, and will be available in stores starting this August for all toddler sizes up to 5T. What a great addition to all of the rest Pampers products we get to use and enjoy!

Pampers is offering a coupon that you can print at home for $2 off 1 pack of new Pampers Easy Ups Training Pants. Help make the potty training process easier and more affordable with this high-value coupon.  You can clip the Pampers Easy Ups coupon at: http://www.coupons.com/brands/pampers-coupons/

Visit www.pampers.com to learn more about Pampers products, join the Pampers Rewards program, and find ideas and information to help your baby get the most out of love, sleep and play.

For more information, you can also visit Pampers social media channels on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/Pampers), Twitter (https://twitter.com/Pampers) and YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/Pampers).

My blog has been chosen to also host a giveaway in addition to the surprise my daughter got, and I am so excited to present to you this giveaway sponsored by Pampers;

Here is the prize:

  • $50 AMEX Card
  • Pampers Easy Ups

Yey!

Pampers Easy Ups Giveaway

One winner will be chosen, and will need to provide their full name, address, PampersEasyUps sizing and gender needed, as well as the phone number for shipping purposes. Pampers Easy Ups will be mailing the prize to the winner. This giveaway is US only.

This post and giveaway were made possible by iConnect and Pampers Easy Ups. I was compensated for my participation in this campaign, but all opinions are 100% mine.

This giveaway is actually part of a Giveaway Blog Hop – here are all of the details below –

Hosts of the blog hop – Planet Weidknecht (http://www.weidknecht.com)
and LeahSay’s Views (http://leahsaysviews.com/)

Time for School Giveaway Hop



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  1. I try to do potty training in the warm months because it is easier the less clothes they have to wear for them to feel successful with less accidents.

  2. We used stickers and candy for rewards for my older daughter. My younger daughter is turning 1 in 2 weeks so we’ll be doing potty training in about a year.

  3. My advice is to use a reward system. It can be a sticker chart or something as simple as 1 M&M for each success. Find what your child loves and would do anything for! M&Ms worked wonders on my oldest grandson!

  4. Using a reward system has always worked well for me. Be patient, if you try and they aren’t quite ready you can always try again a little later.

  5. My brother decorated my niece’s potty trainer with stickers and glitter to make it more appealing to her.

  6. My advice for potty training, wait until the child is ready, do not force the issue. When they’re ready, it’s much easier.

  7. I just take her in with me when I go. She tears toilet paper off for me. She learns to flush. Its working great.

  8. When at home usually my grandson just wears a shirt and underwear to make it easier to get on the potty.

  9. Create a routine-Set your child on the potty seat, fully clothed, once a day – after breakfast, before her bath, or whenever else she’s likely to have a bowel movement. This helps her get used to the potty and accept it as part of her routine. If there’s not a bathroom nearby, bring your child’s portable potty outside, to the playroom, or wherever she usually is.

  10. If it’s a boy let him go with his dad to see how a boy goes potty, girls go with mommy. I had boys so I used Cheerios to teach the boys to aim properly. Lots of praise!!!

  11. My best advice is be consistant and patient! They’ll get it and everyone learns at their own pace.

  12. Keep a potty chair in the living room. They can sit on it while watching tv around time they will go. They will learn from positive compliments when they go in it.

  13. Remember positive enforcement and praise but also let them know that accidents happen and you aren’t mad.

  14. It’s important to offer lots of positive reinforcement. If there’s an accident, assure her it will be better next time.

  15. Sometimes to get your child to stay on the potty to go reading to them will help them relax and stay sitting.

  16. My kids are in their 40’s now, and pretty well potty trained. I pretty much ignored the whole thing until they pretty much trained themselves. I never would have won Mother of the Year.

  17. My advice for you for this time of potty training is to wait until the child is ready and then it’s an overnight success.

  18. set a timer and have them go potty even though they aren’t coming to you saying they have to go.

  19. My tip: Don’t stress. It will put more stress on her. Every child is different and will potty train at their own speed.

  20. Daily potty training tip: Leave the potty ready in the bathroom in case your child wants to start using it on his/her own.

  21. Make sure that child is ready to potty train and get them their own potty chair that sits on the floor. It is easy to train this way.

  22. Make sure to not potty train to early. Healthy children aren’t physically and emotionally ready to start using a potty until they are between 18 months and three years old. Boys tend to be ready a few months later than girls. Most parents start the training when their children are between two years and three years old.

  23. She was so excited with the new packs of underwear in her favorite cartoon character she couldn’t wait to be a big girl

  24. My best advice is to try and potty train on a week that you have nowhere to be. That way you can devote your full attention to the task. Anytime she uses the potty I eould reward it with praise and clapping.

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  25. Don’t push, that will only set them back. Wait until they are interested and ready to try.

  26. Patience and persistence. Sorry, there’s no magic to it. Some kids are easy and some are a nightmare, but they all get there.

  27. Don’t push them before they are ready! I pushed my daughter and she had more accidents and resistance during that week…so we laid off pushing her about it. About 3-4 months later poof she’s interested and accident free withing 4 days and we haven’t had any problems since!

  28. This would be wonderful! My daughter just turned two and we are starting her potty training journey!

  29. My tip would be to follow your childs lead. They are all different! Some do better with rewards and some do better with fun things on the potty like books!

  30. Be patient and be firm. It’s not easy and throwing your hands up and wanting to wait until later may be a thought. Just stick with it…better now than later!!

  31. My advice is take him to the potty when you go. talk to him. Bring his little potty and he will try to copy you!