When potty training isn't romantic

When potty training isn't romantic
Potty training your kiddo can be messier than your love life* but it doesn't need to be. Here are three ways to keep potty training fun and productive: Incentives: Is your potty training child motivated by candy or toys? Does your potty training kid prefer time at the park? Figure out...

Potty training jokes that'll brighten your day

Potty training jokes that'll brighten your day
Potty training your child can be a stressful experience when you are struggling with communication or child isn't interested in progressing. Here are a few jokes to brighten your day and help you put your potty training struggles in perspective: For every child's potty sold, there's an adult who uses...

Five fun incentives for your potty training child

Five fun incentives for your potty training child
Incentives can be the difference maker in helping your child complete his/her potty training. Everyone has something or some activity that can motivate and lead to progress. Here are five incentives that will motivate your potty training child: 1. Playground time: Riding down a slide or climbing on the monkey...

Get your potty training child in the habit of wiping

Get your potty training child in the habit of wiping
As you know by now, wiping is a critical part of using the bathroom. Teaching your potty training child to wipe is a new skill your child needs to learn. Here are three ways to help your kiddo get in the habit wiping: 1. Wipe down the potty: After your...

Effectively clean up bedwetting incidents

Effectively clean up bedwetting incidents
It's no fun when you have to clean up after your child who struggles with bedwetting. Sometimes nightmares or forgetfulness can be the reason your kid still wets the bed at night. On the other hand, how do you clean up after your child who  wet the bed? Here are...

Potty training goals for the New Year

Potty training goals for the New Year
With the New Year coming up, it's a great to evaluate potty training goals. Here are three potty training goals you should set for the upcoming year to help your child make the transition from diapers to regular underwear: 1. Stay positive: Despite having disappointments and shortcomings, do your best...

3 helpful potty training blog posts you'll love

3 helpful potty training blog posts you'll love
Potty training your child if you feel like you're doing it alone with no help or resources. The great news is that you don't have to worry because there are resources to help you. Here are three helpful blog posts that'll make the journey easier: How to manage the stress...

Perfect Christmas gifts for potty training children

Perfect Christmas gifts for potty training children
Christmas is just around the corner! We're invested in your potty training success. Here are three perfect Christmas gifts for potty training children: Big kid undies Receiving new big kid underwear is a great way for your potty training child to stay motivated.  Whether your kid loves fun colors or...

Keep your child's potty fresh for the holidays

Keep your child's potty fresh for the holidays
Share the holiday cheer with your potty training child. Making the transition from diapers to regular underwear does not have to be smelly. Here's how you can keep your child's potty fresh for the holidays: 1. Empty potty contents into toilet Carefully pour the potty's contents in your toilet. Be...