#PampersEasyUps Large Pampers Giveaway

#PampersEasyUps Large Pampers Giveaway

“This review and giveaway was made possible by Double Duty Divas and Pampers. I was compensated for my participation in this campaign, but all opinions are 100% mine.”

How would you like the chance to enter for a chance to win; 1 pack of Pampers Easy Ups,  a Little Looster Step Stool, a Potty Ring, a “It’s You and Me against the Pee… and Poop too!” book and a $50 AMEX gift card? Continue reading to see how you could be the next lucky winner on Shabby Chic Boho. What a nice giveaway, eh?

I love the items I received for this review because they are definitely making potty training so much easier than it used to be. No more lifting to put the kiddies on the potty (my aching back appreciates that). The snug little Potty Ring means no more baby bums falling into the toilet. And of course, I’m sure your kids will love the “It’s You and Me against the Pee… and Poop too!” book. I didn’t receive one but it sure looks like a fun book from what I’ve seen. If you haven’t tried the Pampers Easy Ups, you are in for a nice surprise. They are a must have for anyone who is being potty trained. They are so much like panties but unlike panties, they have a Feel ‘n Learn® Liner. The wetness indicator has been really helpful in teaching mini me because of the immediate sensation of wetness. Last but not least the lucky winner will also receive a $50 AMEX gift card to buy more Pampers Easy Ups or whatever you may need.

#PampersEasyUps Large Pampers Giveaway

#PampersEasyUps Large Pampers Giveaway

#PampersEasyUps Large Pampers Giveaway

#PampersEasyUps Large Pampers Giveaway

Go ahead and RSVP for the following Twitter party before continuing.

Why would you want to attend? Besides the fact you will get potty training advice, there are many prizes to be given out.

Prizing Includes:

Prize 1: It’s You and Me Against the Pee… and the Poop too! book; Easy Ups; “Learn to Flush” Potty
Prize 2: It’s You and Me Against the Pee… and the Poop too! book; Easy Ups; $100 Children’s Place Gift Card
Prize 3: Petunia Pickle Bottom Satchel ($175), It’s You and Me Against the Pee… and the Poop too! book, Pampers Easy Ups, It’s You and Me Against the Pee… and the Poop too! book
Grand Prize: $300 Pottery Barn Kids GC, Easy Ups, It’s You and Me Against the Pee… and the Poop too! book

Please join @Pampers on April 21st from 9-10pmEST as they host a Twitter Party with Dr. Laura Jana, pediatrician, award-winning parenting book author and potty training expert who co-authored to Its You and Me Against the Pee…and the Poop, Too! RSVP here: http://vite.io/doubledutydivas

It seems like we’ve been potty training forever but it’s getting easier as we go. I’ve learned that keeping kiddie potty training books in a magazine rack beside the potty works well. I also keep fun products for hand washing which encourages them to go so they can wash their hands. I don’t know why that’s exciting to them but it is lol. If it works, keep doing it, is my motto. I tell the kids to get a big drink about an hour before bedtime so they won’t be thirsty during the night and then I make sure they go potty really well before bedtime (running water in the sink helps).

If you would like the chance to win my large Pampers Prize Pack, enter using the below giveaway form. US 18+ to enter. Good luck and don’t forget to send your friends and family members on over to enter as well.

The goods once more: Pampers Easy Ups, a Little Looster Step Stool, a Potty Ring, a “It’s You and Me against the Pee… and Poop too!” book and a $50 AMEX gift card.

#PampersEasyUps Large Pampers Giveaway

Do you have any potty training tips to share? I’d love for you to share them if so.

Pampers Easy Ups, a Little Looster Step Stool, a Potty Ring, a “It’s You and Me against the Pee… and Poop too!” book and a $50 AMEX gift card.

“This review and giveaway was made possible by Double Duty Divas and Pampers. I was compensated for my participation in this campaign, but all opinions are 100% mine.”

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  1. Thanks so much for entering everyone. Please check back today to see who the winner is which will be announced on the giveaway form. Also if you are the winner, check your FB email if that’s what you entered under. I have the WORST time tracking down my dear winners to claim their prizes lol.

  2. I have potty trained three children and my tip is to be patient and not get upset if they have an accident. We have used all the Pamper sizes.

  3. When potty training my boys we would put cheerios in the toilet and told them to sink them like a game. It worked lol, and I have used the pamper diapers and wipes myself I love them.

  4. Rewards do help a lot. I have tried the Pampers sensitive wipes. They’re excellent. Thanks for the chance to win such an amazing prize pack.

  5. My tip is to be patient and encourage the child’s progress with praise. I have used swaddlers before and love them!

  6. My tip is to give rewards for child going on potty successfully and even when they tried. I made a chart and let my grandkids have stickers to put on chart themselves. We’ve used Pampers diapers & wipes.

  7. My tip is that each child is different and not all children are ready to be potty trained at a certain age. The parent needs to be aware of this as well as have patience in the potty training process.

  8. We use Swaddlers, and my tip is stay after it, we gave hug and kisses, for trying, weather we had success or not.

  9. My niece is just now at the “potty training age” and while she likes pretending to go potty she isn’t grasping the full concept of the potty yet! I’ll have to hook my sister up with a pampers easy ups kit for her so they can keep practicing without worries!

  10. We’ve used pampers swaddlers in the for both kiddos – 2nd one is using it right now. What we use to help with potty training is to just keep trying over and over. Our son was reluctant to make the switch….but eventually we go there. smartsavvymama@gmail.com

  11. My favorite Pampers products are the Pampers Cruisers and the Pampers Sensitive Wipes! We also really love the Pampers Slashers for when we swim!

  12. We put a basket of books next to the potty chair, and we would read books when trying to get him used to sitting on the potty chair. He loved to go and sit and listen to stories!

  13. We’ve used pampers swaddlers in the past. One tip is to use positive reinforcement and always remember even after the kid seems to “get it”, there will still be a few accidents here and there.

  14. What has worked best for us is praise for the successes and looking the other way at the oops.
    We used Pampers till the kids were potty trained – all sizes.
    thank you

  15. I had success with her going to the potty in the morning by placing her on the potty when we first got up in the morning. I have tried the pampers pull ups

  16. I have been trying everything to get my son potty trained. He is getting it, slowly, but it is definitely a bit of a hair pulling experience. I would love to win this prize pack. Thanks for sharing!!

  17. I do not yet have kids so at the moment do not need these but such a great giveaway. I am a big fan of pampers though, my nephew and goddaughter are all pamper diaper users and my sil and my bf have all sworn by it.

  18. We skipped right over Pullup style underwear during PT with my newly 3 year old! She was determined… however, the looster is amazing! I think it’s the perfect height to help kids get up to the potty! I would love to win one!

  19. my favorite tip for potty training is to make it fun instead of a chore. Bring the potty into the bathroom WAY before its time to actually potty train. This way it becomes a fixture in the the bathroom and your toddler gets used to it being there. Stickers were a way to make it fun-we used lots and lots of stickers. Stickers for sitting on the potty even if nothing happened. This is a great giveaway with some fantastic prizes! thanks!

  20. This is a great giveaway! I’m actually potty training a student at school (special needs). This would be so helpful, especially the pampers easy ups. Right now we have to take off the diaper whenever he needs to use the potty and sometimes it takes too long.

  21. Make potty training fun! I had my older boys aim for Cheerios! I’m pretty sure between my five boys that I have tried every Pampers product!

  22. Glad those days are behind me whew. I use to let my kids walk around the house naked and have my spray bottle and bleach ready to go. My daughter learned in two weeks my son…6 months smh.

  23. The best potty training tip I ever got and have given is to be patient! One of my all-time favorite Pampers products is their wipes.

  24. What has worked for us, is we used a reward system. So when they do good we reward with them with something. We have tried the pampers wipes and diapers.

  25. What a great giveaway!! All of these would be amazing for any mom who is potty training their little one. Pampers is such a great brand, I have heard great things about their training pants.

  26. I like training in the summer months because of less clothing which results in less accidents. I like the Pampers swaddlers.

  27. I have that little looser step stool, two of them I fact, it’s a great investment! I love that you don’t have to move the step stool when adults want to use the bathroom.

  28. My tip is to have patience and to make the whole experience fun and inviting for the child. Your child will want to learn if you take the pressure off and make it a fun time together. I have used Pampers sensitive wipes and diapers.

  29. We were consistent, got him underwear in characters that he liked, and used a timer.
    I have pampers swaddlers and sensitive wipes.

  30. For my son we used the potty ring. I would clean it all the time because I would bring it with us when we were out. That way he could sit on a seat that only was for him and no one else. This looks like a great giveaway!

  31. When I started my daughter potty training, I used a mini-Elmo potty seat, which we kept in the living room, since she spent the most time there. I gradually moved it closer and closer to the bathroom, and eventually we worked our way up to a Dora seat that went right on top of the toilet. This really helped me be successful with her potty training! I have used Pamper’s Swaddlers!

  32. For my oldest grandson, we used M&Ms and stickers as rewards for successful potty trips to keep him motivated. It worked! In the past we have used pampers wipes and baby dry diapers.

  33. What a great giveaway for someone with young children. It is amazing all the cool things on the market to help people potty train their kids!

  34. using a potty that the child likes and is comfortable will motivate and be “fun” to use. i have used pampers diapers and wipes

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