Not Quite Ready But Loving His Pull-Ups #EveryFlush - Sammy Makes Six

Not Quite Ready But Loving His Pull-Ups #EveryFlush


Taking part in this Madrinas del Baño campaign has been very insightful and both my daughter and I have learned a lot of new tips and tricks that will make potty training so much easier. For the campaign we received a wonderful Welcome Mailer full of all kinds of goodies to help celebrate every single "potty" accomplishment with Anthony. Though he is not quite ready to get on the potty, he showed a lot of interest in the products, and absolutely loves the Pull-Ups Big Kid App.


Welcome mailer full of tools to help make the potty training process easier and a lot more fun.


The Pull-Ups Big Kid App is such an amazing tool that will really help motivate the little ones. Their favorite characters actually come to life and help them make sure to get to the potty on time and they even celebrate each success too. You can set alarms for going to the bathroom, and kids will earn stars each time they do it, then use those rewards to play fun games. This app really makes potty training a whole lot of fun and you know kids, they love fun! I wish something like this had been around when I potty trained my daughters.

Download the Pull-Ups Big Kid App here for free.



When Anthony first saw his package he was so excited...especially when he saw that the Pull-Ups featured one of his favorite characters, Lightning McQueen. Although he still is not quite all the way ready to start getting on the potty, he loves wearing the Pull-Ups, both because of the super cool design and because he is so comfortable in them versus his bulkier diaper. 

The Pull-Ups feature Learning Designs which fade when wet and that makes it really easy when it is time for a new one. He is really going to enjoy switching to them full-time in a few months when we finally start training him. If you have a little girl then you will love the Disney Princess design.


We now have the knowledge, the tools and even an adorable soft Mickey Mouse toilet seat for him to use. We are just waiting for him to be able to pull his underwear on and off alone, and waiting for him to tell us he is ready to go. He is still a little guy and we are doing exactly what experts suggest and waiting until he is completely ready. The point is to make the whole process easier and better for him, and for the family. If you are about to start potty training or are in the middle of it and need some help: visit Pull-Ups and use the many tools they have available.



Find out more about Pull-Ups, stay connected by visiting Pull-Ups on Facebook and watch this Pull-Ups video to see how Pull-Ups is helping us "celebrar cada intento" or in English, "celebrate each and every flush".


One of our readers is going to win the prize pack below, thanks to Pull-Ups!!

prize/premio
  • Pull-Ups training pants; preferred size and gender
  • Flushable wipes
  • Disney soft toilet seat; preferred gender
{girls Pull-Ups and toilet seat feature Disney Princesses}




I added extra entries, you don't have to all but the mandatory, but are free to do as many as you want. Good luck!!






This is part of a compensated campaign with Latina Mom Bloggers and Pull Ups. However, all opinions expressed are my own.

23 comments

lindagrey said...

the truth is that I have not yet begun training for my baby to go to the bathroom, but soon I will, I think a very good tip, would know more or less often than he does and needs and you have an idea for know it's time to take him to the bathroom, you do it as a routine, I think, I have no experience, it's my first baby and I would like to learn from you experts lol

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betty moreno said...

I'm starting with the tareoa go to bath my baby has 2 years, my advice is patience above all.

cheidy moya said...

my bettter tips is patience and love.

Betzy's Makeup said...

I need to learn a few tips for the future

Victoria M said...

Let your child go at his/her own speed so that they do not feel any stress.

Heather Panjon said...

Make It Fun With Charts And Stickers To Keep Track Of Progress, And Give Rewards Along The Way :) Entered As Heather Hayes Panjon

Janet W. said...

To have patience, have good rewards ready to give, and try to make it fun!

nany de paz said...

hello I think a tip is not essential as this sin alos forcing them will not want to provoke fear and do it later also the saying preaches, I've heard it's a good idea that when parents go to the bathroom leave the door open for the child to see that nothing happens that others do and can also. luck to all girls, thanks for the opportunity.

hola yo creo que un consejo esencial es no obligar alos peques pues esto les provocara temor y no querran hacerlo mas adelante tambien dice un dicho predica con el ejemplo, he escuchado que es buena idea que cuando los padres vayan al baño dejen la puerta abierta para que el niño vea que no pasa nada que los demas lo hacen y el tambien puede. suerte a todas chicas, gracias por la oportunidad.

Katy said...

My best tip is to let your child lead the way- and try different pottys if necessary- we have been through several until we found one she was happy with.

Michele P. said...

don't rush it, take your time. Start little by little with your child, I started putting my kids in pullups when they were toddlers because they wanted panties they could pull up and down like mine. lol. I told them that they might have accidents from time to time but if they can learn to sit on the toilet with their panties down when they need to go they would get a reward and or special treat for using big boy/girl panties. they learned pretty quickly, and I never yelled when they had made a mistake, it happens and with Pullups they are covered and changing them is a quick fix.

Los Mejores Deals said...

givr him/her some time

Jessica B. said...

Have a positive attitude, start potty training when your child is ready, take frequent trips to the potty, use incentives

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Jessica Harlow said...

My best tip? Let them do it when they are ready...don't push it or it will become stressful and overwhelming! :)

Lesley said...

Make sure he/she sees mommy and daddy going potty first!

Betzy's Makeup said...

Shared on FB

Jenn said...

I can remember my daughter using Pull Ups. They really helped.

Shelly Peterson said...

patience is a big thing, giving rewards and making it as fun as possible helps so much :)

Lisa said...

The only tip I have is be patient and realize your child will let you know when he/she is really ready.

Suchaproudmama said...

I need some tips! Nothing seems to be working with my son! I know you need lots of patience! :)
Thank you!
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Kathie Craig said...

I am still trying to potty train my three year old son.

dawn keenan said...

My best tip is wait, wait, and wait longer. And then when you're ready to start, wait more. Starting too early is too aggravating.

Madonna said...

my best tip is to wait until the child is ready not when you are ready. I waited until my daughter was 2 even though all her friends were already being trained. It took me only 1 week to get her trained as opposed to the months it took all my friends to train their babies.

Lisa Ehrman said...

Be consistent!