Potty Training with Pull-Ups!

So remember when I wrote this post about Nellie and potty training? I’m going to assume that you said “yes” and move along.

A few days after venting my frustration toward my daughter’s lack of toilet motivation, Pull-Ups contacted me with some encouragement  which was just awesome. She sent me a cool infographic about potty training, and asked if I’d like some special Disney character Pull-Ups to help get Nellie excited about potty training.

I got my Potty Break Package last weekend and when I opened up, I was absolutely floored! Not only did they send me two packs of Pull-Ups, but they also added a Cinderella Pull-Ups Potty Timer, a reward chart with Disney Princesses on it,  Minnie Mouse stickers to go along with the chart, AND a $25 American Express gift card to spend on potty training supplies! As soon as I pulled the Cinderella watch it out of the box, Nellie was practically dancing around me with excitement.

She wore her “potty watch” for the rest of the night and is so proud of it. Her potty chart is great – it’s divided into five categories (pulled pants down, sat on potty, etc) separated by different Disney Princesses, and each category has several spots to place stickers when they complete the task! Nellie’s chart is almost full.. Well, minus actually peeing on the potty.. We haven’t gotten there yet. But the chart is helping to motivate her where she didn’t really care before, and the watch is DEFINITELY helping. She is also always asking me to wear her “big girl Pull-Ups” with Cinderella on them.

Pull-Ups’ website has a lot of great resources for potty training for all stages of the potty-training process! They have a community of parents for support, great tips and tricks for potty training, and they even have a very special way to help get your child excited for potty training: an encouraging phone call from a Disney character! We haven’t set up Nellie’s Cinderella call yet, but we will be doing it soon. I know she’s going to be super excited.

Pull-Ups has generously offered to host a giveaway here, and one lucky reader will win a Pull-Ups Potty Break Package containing:

  • A pack of Pull-Ups Training Pants with either Cars 2 or Cinderella & Minnie Mouse designs
  • A Pull-Ups Potty Timer
  • A Pull-Ups Potty Training Chart with Stickers
  • A $25 VISA gift card
How can you win? Easy! Just enter with the Rafflecopter widget below!

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And remember, everyone can visit Pull-Ups’ website and check our their great potty training resources, tips, tricks, and schedule a special phone call from a Disney character to motivate and encourage them!

Good luck!

Comments

  1. A potty watch! That’s hilarious! My son would love that! Honestly, we’ve left the bulk of the potty training to our daycare lady. She took the initiative and is potty training all her same-age boys at the same time. It’s awesome! He’s 3 and pees standing up! Of course he still won’t poop on the potty, which is unfortunate because man, those loaded diapers are just, not, cool.
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  2. Love love the idea of a potty watch :)
    My daughter tells me when she pees in her diaper but nothing yet

  3. Lindsay N. says:

    Yay for getting started! My son is so “blah” about potty training- he will be 3 at the end of September. We’ve tried candy, stickers and other ‘bribes’ but I just don’t think he’s ready. He does love “Cars” though….maybe those pull-ups would be the sip that broke the camel’s bladder!

  4. My daughter is getting there she goes most of the day without accidents but still uses pull ups for nap, bedtime, trips in the car and at other peoples houses. We’ve tried potty charts in the past and they haven’t worked yet but I think its a when they are ready sort of thing.

  5. Michelle Leann Ward says:

    I did a sticker chart and special piece of candy when they did their business :o).
    But that was awesome of pull-ups to do that!

  6. We potty trained early, but at the same time, took it slow! I just put Darah on the potty a lot and also used sign language so she could communicate with me. BTW, if I win, I’ll be donating the pull ups to a non-profit since I don’t personally need them!
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  7. Heather R says:

    We continued to try off and on with my daughter and looked for signs that she was ready. When she showed signs that she wanted to try, we implemented the chart system with a reward.

  8. I really do need to start potty training my 2.5 year old. She always comes to tell me once she’s done.

  9. I know this was a long time ago but I am looking for instructions to my pull-ups potty timer watch. Do by chance have them still?

  10. I’m in the same boat as Amanda…I know this was a long time ago for you, but I’ve misplaced the instructions to my potty watch and can’t find them online anywhere…any chance you still know how to program the watch or know where yours are??? I’d be forever grateful! :-)

    • Did anyone ever find instructions? I am looking too.

      • No unfortunately! Not yet!

        • Pull-Ups® First, set the time of day:
          1. Press and hold the A and B buttons at the same time, until you hear a beep.
          2. Press A three times. You’ll hear “set time of day,” and see a blinking hour number, followed by a colon.
          3. Press B until the correct hour appears.
          4. Press A to select the displayed hour. The timer will set hour, and display a blinking minutes number.
          5. Press B until the correct minutes appear.
          6. Press A to select the displayed minutes. The timer will set minutes.
          7. Press and hold the A and B buttons at the same time. The Time of Day will be displayed after the OFF setting disappears from the screen.

          Then, set up the timer:
          1. Press and hold the A and B buttons at the same time, until you hear a beep.
          2. Press A again to select “SET TIMER”.
          3. Press B to scroll through your options for the number of minutes between each reminder. After the reminder alerts the child, the timer will automatically reset to this time interval and begin the countdown again.
          4. Press A to select your setting. You will then be prompted to:

          Choose the TYPE of alarm your child will hear:
          1. Press B to scroll through 3 alarm-type options (you will hear each option while scrolling):
          • TUNE mode: plays a preset tune
          • VIBRATE mode: lights/vibration
          • CUSTOM MESSAGE mode:
          a) Press A to change custom message.
          b) Press and hold B to record your own 5-second message. Recording time begins after the “3-2-1” on-screen countdown finishes.
          c) Release the B button to stop recording and hear your recorded message.
          d) Repeat Step b) to record a new/different message.
          2. Press A to select your alarm type. The timer will begin counting down immediately.

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