We’re starting a new adventure in this house. Well, we’ve “started” by boarding the Potty Train months ago but the train has never left the station for more than a couple visits to #2 town.
Now I’m serious though. I love my cloth diapers but they just aren’t working for us in the potty training department. I’m ready for Kendall to be out of diapers. She’s 29 months old and I feel like she’s completely ready to be a big girl.
Potty training (even though I’ve already done is once) still makes me nervous and something I am really not excited about. Thankfully Pull-Ups has a page to help me with all my questions, as silly as they may be sometimes. You can find that page on the Pull-Ups website.
I don’t really have a set strategy in mind right now. I just want to make sure Kendall is comfortable and she feels like she is in charge. I know that pressuring her to always go can push her away from the potty. I am happy that I did find a potty that she likes (linked below). She was scared to sit on the other 2-3 chairs we bought for her. I think the simplicity of the Loo is what she likes.
(Our favorite potty – Joovy Loo)
Let The Fun Begin!
I’ll be hosting a Pull-Ups “Why Wait – Let’s Celebrate! First Flush Party” next month so I can’t wait to get together with some friends and their kids, party it up and celebrate our kids awesome milestone. Hopefully I can update you all with some amazing news with Pull-Ups helping our babies becoming big girls and big boys.
If you have a child that is ready to be potty trained you can host your own “First Flush” party too. You have to apply via the application on the Pull-Ups Facebook page. Sign ups are only available through the end of December, so make sure you get your application in ASAP!
Disclosure: I participated in a campaign on behalf of Mom Central Consulting for Pull-Ups. I received product samples to facilitate my review and to host a party. I received a promotional item as a thank you for participating.