Potty Training Tips With Pullups
Potty training doesn't have to be a battle, are so many ways to get the little person on the right track to independently going to the potty.
One of my favorite potty training games with my only son was to have him shoot the cheerio. How this worked, I would put one cheerio in the potty and have him aim and shoot. Yes sometimes it could be a bit messy but it was worth it to see him so excited about going to the potty, Now, because girls are smarter 😉 training a girl for the first time was way more of a challenge.
There were lots bribes. It was funny at one point she had swindled me and was simply not going just to get the treat. Sneaky little thing. However, I used Pull-Ups brand each time.
This time around Pullups makes it a lot easier with potty training games. Games and charts (see below) are always a great way to get them to do what you want them to.
There is a personality test also. This cute little 9 question test helps you to figure out your child's potty training personality. My baby is the turtle.
Click here to download the potty training progress chart. Sticker charts are always a good idea when they are little. They get to put a sticker on as an incentive to completing a task and they are also left with a visual.
Check out this cute little award ribbon that you can print out for them! Pull Ups has always done some amazing things as far as potty training goes (my bigs are 17 and 15)
There are so many great ways to get your little on the road to potty trained. Did you know, you can get Pull Ups At Dollar General? If you download the app you can also get money-saving coupons for them.
Thanks for reading.
These are such great tips! We used a progress chart and stickers with all three of our kids and it worked great.
Ah the joys of potty training. I used Pull ups with my boys and they made things easier.
This is such a great list of tips! Perfect for those darn toddlers haha!
Those charts and awards are too precious! That'll definitely help them with a good incentive!
Potty training is different for all the kids. For some it's extremely easy and for others it's so challenging. I love that there are charts to keep track of all the progress of your kid. It makes potty training more fun.
Ana De Jesus
I think a reward system is a great way to teach children to potty train and the rewards give them an incentive to try their best.
Krystle Chaney Cook
Potty training wasn't too hard for my boys surprisingly. I did the three day method. Worked like a charm.
Karlaroundtheworld | Karla
That's a great chart to use! I remember helping my sister out and I would always help her "bribe" the kid. Fun memories.
I am scared to even broach the Potty Training, but these are great resources and reward ideas!
These are very helpful tips. I am so lucky I didn't have a tough time potty training my kids.
Great way to help kids with this! It is a big step for them!
I loved using these for my girls when they were potty training. I thought they worked out great. They make them a lot like undies, which is great for kids.
These are really cute ideas. Pull Ups are so awesome for potty training.
I know little girls everywhere would love these DocMcStuffins Pull Ups! Give them a cute incentive to potty train!
These are great tips! We used a progress charts and rewards with my son!
Ughhhh we are in the middle of potty training my daughter. Definitely an interesting time that's for sure. Pull-ups are what we have been buying too
I'm not a mom but I think potty training is challenging but to see your kid make progress with it is something - takes a lot of patience, I guess. I think the progress chart will help a lot plus giving your kid rewards on every milestone is a good motivator.
I love the idea of using potty training games to encourage a child. I haven't had to do potty-training, but I love reading about the ups and downs that come with it.
I loved pullups when my children were potty training, so glad its over though
Pullups are such a blessing in disguise for parents everywhere
My nephew is currently being potty trained, I will share these tips with my sister in law