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Monday, September 19, 2016

Pampers Easy Ups make Underwear Training Easier + GIVEAWAY! #PampersEasyUps

This post and giveaway were made possible by iConnect and Pampers Easy Ups. I was compensated for my participation in this campaign, but all opinions are 100% mine.



Now that my Great nephews and nieces are getting older, I find that I am more involved in what is going on. I have learned so much about potty training and ow underwear training. What I learned is that it is hard work and parents have to dedicated to training the kids but Pampers® Easy Ups™ Training Underwear make it easier.

In a recent survey, Pampers found that nearly 100 percent (93%) of parents who use training pants for their child think it’s important for training pants to feel more like underwear and one third (34%) of parents wish their child’s training pants didn’t leak so often. While “potty training” is often the end goal that parents and children look forward to, Pampers wants to highlight and celebrate the milestone of little ones and their families moving from diapers to underwear, called “underwear training.”

The new and improved Pampers® Easy Ups™ Training Underwear is a product designed to help little ones and their families during their “Underwear Training” journey. They look, fit and feel like real underwear while providing the leak protection you’d expect from Pampers. With Pampers, you will know kids feel comfortable wearing Pampers Easy Ups and thus making it easier for them to graduating to real underwear.

The 360° Stretchy Waistband make the Pampers feel like real underwear and it allows the kids to pull them up and down easily. The Extra Absorb Channels™ distribute wetness evenly inside the core of the training underwear and provides leak protection. The Easy Ups also have easy tear sides to make it easy to pull them off, just in case.



Pampers® Easy Ups™ Training Underwear come in several varieties to make underwear training fun and familiar. Get them with Thomas the Engine™,  Dora the Explorer™ and the new Hello Kitty™ designs.  New Pampers Easy Ups are available nationwide in sizes 2T-3T, 3T-4T, and 4T-5T.

My niece tried the Pampers Easy Ups with her son. She told me they were really easy for him to pull up and down. She also mentioned that it made it a lot easier when she tried to transition him into real underwear but she is still trying. I am sure my mom would have loved to have these when I was just a baby.


Pampers is offering a coupon that you can print at home for $2 off 1 pack of new Pampers Easy Ups Training Pants. Help make the potty training process easy and more affordable with this high-value coupon. Here’s how to save: You can get the Pampers Easy Ups coupon. Just print, shop, and save – and keep an eye out for more Pampers coupons in the future!


For more information, visit www.pampers.com to learn more about Pampers products, join the Pampers Rewards program, and find ideas and information to help your baby get the most out of love, sleep and play.

I also have a great giveaway for one reader. I have a Pampers prize pack that includes a $50 AMEX Card, Pampers Easy Ups and Ilana Wile's book, "The Mommy Shorts Guide to Remarkably Average Parenting"

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304 comments:

  1. An underwear training tip, or potty training tip, is to use a good reward system that gets your child excited. My oldest grandson loved earning 1 M&M for each potty success and it kept him motivated.

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  2. tweet 9/19

    https://twitter.com/jwatson50/status/777869543263862784

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  3. For boys, I used Cheerios as potty targets.

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  4. I can't thing of any underwear training tip off hand; my son liked wearing "training" underwear, he took a while to potty train.

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  5. https://plus.google.com/u/0/117322433833774024546/posts/LhdjNcCUd9n

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  6. https://twitter.com/LuLu_Brown24/status/777884963265847297

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  7. The reward system has always worked for us. My granddaughter is at the just beginning to potty train stage.
    We need to try easy Ups.

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  8. tweeted https://twitter.com/eswright18/status/777886157442981889

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  9. My best tip is to stay consistent. I never go back to diapers once we start so that they do not get confused!

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  10. I tweeted
    https://twitter.com/my4boysand1/status/777886802476761088

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  11. my tip is to be consistent and patient when potty training

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  12. My tip is to choose underwear with fun characters so the child will want to wear them.

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  13. I use to set timers in the house to remind me it's time to take the baby to try to go potty

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  14. Tweet https://twitter.com/mijames82/status/777921287729606656

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  15. The only thing I can say is every child is different and they will potty train when they are ready. My daughter was very easy to train but I struggled with my son. Then 1 day he just did it on his time.

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  16. I don't have any training tips yet but it will be coming. thankyou, ken pohl19@comcast.net

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  17. Its best to wait until they show some sort of interest otherwise it just backfires. And prizes are a must!

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  18. tweeted https://twitter.com/lake12/status/777933236764872704

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  19. My best tip for training is having lots of patience. Patricia

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  20. No underwear training tips. Wish I did so I could pass them on.

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  21. My tip is to not start potty training during a holiday or vacation when your schedule isn't normal.

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  22. My best tip is to use a rewards system.

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  23. just keep extra in your bag for accidents and i kept mine on a schedule when first starting

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  24. https://twitter.com/vickiecouturier/status/777981964137693184

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  25. My tip: do not stress. The child will feel the stress if you do. Remember that every child toilet trains in their own time.

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  26. Once you put them on never go back to diapers.
    Theresa N
    weceno(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  27. We are relying on a rewards system currently.

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  28. The reward system works pretty well.

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  29. My best underwear training tip is - when your child shows lots of readiness and understands the potty process - to go to the store and let them pick out a 7 pair package of real cotton underwear, perhaps with a favorite design or character on it. Your child will want to keep these clean and nice. It worked for us!

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  30. https://twitter.com/tatzgrrly/status/777989244132483073

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  31. My tip is to be patient. When you have success give praise and rewards. When you aren't successful do not make a big deal of it.

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  32. I tweeted: https://twitter.com/ReneeWalters2/status/778003594503225344

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  33. Once you commit to doing it, get rid of all the diapers. You can't go back than.

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  34. We use sticker reward system.

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  35. https://twitter.com/kraftmaking/status/778005478764843013

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  36. I always sang a silly song to my kids as they learned to use the commode. Never miss the chance to have fun.

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  37. Tweet!

    https://twitter.com/Ida_Sessions/status/778011701035675648

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  38. I find using a rewards system is helpful.

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  39. tweeted https://twitter.com/cshell202/status/778026710826491905

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  40. https://twitter.com/yarbr012/status/778029912938704896

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  41. We decorated my niece's potty trainer so she would be more willing to go!

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  42. I'm not sure I have any groundbreaking underwear training tips. I think offering plenty to drink and giving plenty of opportunities to use the toilet is a tried and true way to go.

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  43. The best potty training tip I have is create a chart and compliment success.

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  44. Give your child a reward every time they use the toilet.

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  45. Once you switch to underwear you have to be consistent with the training.

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  46. https://twitter.com/DEBIJOT/status/778062621123702784

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  47. I think our little guy would feel like a big boy in these Pampers Easy Ups so it would give him motivation to potty train.

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  48. No kids, no baby sitting, so no tips.
    Thanks for the contest.

    slehan at juno dot com

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  49. https://twitter.com/slehan/status/778087686993088512

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  50. Try to make potty training a positive experience.

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  51. Let the toddlers wear cute disposable underwear so they feel comfortable and get more excited about the training!

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  52. https://twitter.com/mrsshukra/status/778109449546465280

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  53. https://twitter.com/LuLu_Brown24/status/778128229764825088

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  54. https://twitter.com/vickiecouturier/status/778211281828454400

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  55. Heather Hayes PanjonSeptember 20, 2016 at 9:16 AM

    My Tip Is To Consistent, Establish A Routine And Stick To It.

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  56. Heather Hayes PanjonSeptember 20, 2016 at 9:17 AM

    I Tweeted: https://twitter.com/reinaheather/status/778221503682908160

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  57. My tip is to train during the summer when less clothes are necessary.

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  58. https://twitter.com/yarbr012/status/778233136454967296

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  59. tweet 9/20

    https://twitter.com/jwatson50/status/778235275797495808

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  60. tweeted https://twitter.com/cshell202/status/778255760086007809

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  61. My tip is to make it a positive experience by providing small rewards for kids when they use the toilet successfully.

    Thanks for the chance to win!
    wildorchid985 at gmail dot com

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  62. My best tip is to use the reward system when potty training.

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  63. https://twitter.com/tatzgrrly/status/778279461938720769

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  64. I always try to stay positive and use the old "big boys/girls use the potty" tactic.
    Seems to work. :)
    thanks!

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  65. https://twitter.com/mijames82/status/778339546870214656

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  66. We used a reward system. Every time my little one used the potty he got a sticker. After an entire day of no accidents he was rewarded with a bowl of ice cream for dessert.

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  67. Tweeted: https://twitter.com/missfrugal/status/778347812526456832

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  68. https://twitter.com/slehan/status/778349855030730752

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  69. https://twitter.com/DEBIJOT/status/778414525439700993

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  70. My tip is pretty basic but always worked well for us.
    Lots of praise and patience
    thank you

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  71. Tweet https://twitter.com/JalapenoMama/status/778480519260479488

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  72. https://twitter.com/LuLu_Brown24/status/778493222385356800

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  73. https://twitter.com/mijames82/status/778575616383787011

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  74. tweet 9/21

    https://twitter.com/jwatson50/status/778598991672008704

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  75. https://twitter.com/vickiecouturier/status/778606155639689216

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  76. https://twitter.com/cshell202/status/778679428138229761

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  77. My training tips are be consistent and make it fun.
    Jennifer Rote

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  78. I tweeted
    https://mobile.twitter.com/saverang/status/778692756633812992

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  79. My tip is to stick with the training underwear & don't switch back to diapers because they have an accident! My other tip is to take your little one to the bathroom every 30 minutes to an hour, so that they don't get distracted & go in their pants!

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  80. https://twitter.com/tatzgrrly/status/778701043727077378

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  81. I used a reward system for my children and grandchild.

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  82. https://twitter.com/yarbr012/status/778740161324593152

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  83. https://twitter.com/DEBIJOT/status/778765027176247296

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  84. I don't have any underwear training tips.

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  85. Be patient and bring your children with you when you go bathroom! It becomes less scary when then see you go potty!

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  86. https://twitter.com/LuLu_Brown24/status/778867527648579584

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  87. https://twitter.com/cshell202/status/778888526607769600

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  88. Remember to keep to a pattern and remind your child often and ask if they need to use the potty.

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  89. Be patient and consistent!
    addictedtorodeo at gmail dot com
    Ashley C

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  90. Always wait till their ready, don't force it and have patience!

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  91. My best tip for training is having lots of patience.

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  92. My tip is to use a lot of positive reinforcement for successes and patience for accidents.

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  93. https://twitter.com/clc408/status/778953135410798592

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  94. https://twitter.com/mijames82/status/778970092583477248

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  95. tweet 9/22

    https://twitter.com/jwatson50/status/778972321881157632

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  96. I have yet to get to the potty training point, but I've seen my sister in law use a reward system and that seems to work!

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  97. I do not have any potty training tips.

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  98. https://twitter.com/tatzgrrly/status/779006438677090304

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  99. https://twitter.com/benz1171/status/779006444008079360

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  100. MAKE SURE THEY ARE READY!! Don’t give into the pressure you may feel from outside sources to get your kid potty trained before he/she is ready. If they are not ready, you are in for a world of pain and frustration and it will inevitably take much longer than it would have had you waited.

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  101. I'm afraid I don't have any useful training tips.

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  102. https://twitter.com/vickiecouturier/status/779066464452145152

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  103. I don't have any tips other than be patient.

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  104. https://twitter.com/DEBIJOT/status/779115539562110977

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  105. Tweet https://twitter.com/JalapenoMama/status/779129333411569664

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  106. Be consistent ,set timers , reward charts and patient

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  107. We had good luck with a reward system. Brittney House

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  108. https://twitter.com/LuLu_Brown24/status/779221593155219456

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  109. https://twitter.com/cshell202/status/779250711921963008

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  110. https://twitter.com/yarbr012/status/779278502843539456

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  111. With my daughter we made a potty chart with stickers. And then a prize after so many stickers it worked great!!!

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  112. https://twitter.com/vickiecouturier/status/779324653982650368

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  113. tweet 9/23

    https://twitter.com/jwatson50/status/779332628898050049

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  114. https://twitter.com/mijames82/status/779376896643596288

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  115. https://twitter.com/kraftmaking/status/779433106075811840

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  116. Always reward the child after they use the potty.

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  117. https://twitter.com/DEBIJOT/status/779462231067127808

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  118. I don't have any tips as we are getting ready to start this in our household.

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  119. https://twitter.com/tatzgrrly/status/779504272807436288

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  120. Always use a reward system as a way to offer encouragement

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  121. The best tip I can offer is to wait until they are ready! My son fought me when we first tried to potty train. I thought he'd never sit on the potty and one day he did it on his own without being prompted. They really will do it when they are ready!

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  122. We put books by the potty chair and go often through the day to sit and read a book. He loves listening to stories, so he enjoys sitting on the potty...in hopes that something will happen.

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  123. https://twitter.com/LuLu_Brown24/status/779599267082055680

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  124. https://twitter.com/austinh324/status/779656989727133696

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  125. Tweet
    https://twitter.com/Janetfaye/status/779661608150761472

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  126. https://twitter.com/yarbr012/status/779670822810255360

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  127. https://twitter.com/mijames82/status/779723616682438657

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  128. https://twitter.com/benz1171/status/779733254148657152

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  129. https://twitter.com/cshell202/status/779746241148104704

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  130. https://twitter.com/fmd518/status/779755300307898368

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  131. Tweeted: https://twitter.com/missfrugal/status/779767629007491074

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  132. tweet 9/24

    https://twitter.com/jwatson50/status/779781333149159424

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  133. https://twitter.com/vickiecouturier/status/779821733998104576

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  134. https://twitter.com/DEBIJOT/status/779835858379804672

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  135. https://twitter.com/tatzgrrly/status/779839087628935169

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  136. My tip is to wait until they are ready but build it up so they are excited about it!

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  137. Tweeted :)
    https://twitter.com/MorrisPartyof6/status/779861030608527360

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  138. Tweet https://twitter.com/JalapenoMama/status/779863918902517760

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  139. https://twitter.com/LuLu_Brown24/status/779962865755103233

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  140. Our tip is to not rush things... going backwards is worse than waiting.

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  141. tweet 9/25

    https://twitter.com/jwatson50/status/780032050355200000

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  142. https://twitter.com/vickiecouturier/status/780063863572164608

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  143. In our house every few hours everyone takes turns going to the bathroom whether they need to or not, including grownups. That way the little one doesn't feel singled out or only they are the only one having their activity interrupted.

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  144. https://twitter.com/slehan/status/780130362319966208

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  145. https://twitter.com/mijames82/status/780135992518901761

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  146. https://twitter.com/cshell202/status/780145330801156096

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  147. tweet
    https://twitter.com/MorrisPartyof6/status/780161069146902528

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  148. https://twitter.com/DEBIJOT/status/780197186898460672

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  149. I did rewards with a chart and stickers they loved it.

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  150. https://twitter.com/benz1171/status/780295024852537344

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  151. https://twitter.com/LuLu_Brown24/status/780333299172380672

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  152. tweet 9/26

    https://twitter.com/jwatson50/status/780375831055065088

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  153. https://twitter.com/austinh324/status/780389286378168320

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  154. https://twitter.com/cshell202/status/780411661064613889

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  155. https://twitter.com/vickiecouturier/status/780475206305538048

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  156. https://twitter.com/yarbr012/status/780481412583620610

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  157. https://twitter.com/tatzgrrly/status/780496203607924737

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  158. https://twitter.com/DEBIJOT/status/780543776087543808

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  159. tweeted
    https://twitter.com/MorrisPartyof6/status/780545054708494336

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  160. Don't rush, or you might delay the training working.

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  161. Tweet https://twitter.com/JalapenoMama/status/780591156384063489

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  162. We make wearing pullups and underwear our big kid panties and give lots of praise.

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  163. My tip is lots of praise! Kids love feeling good about what they are doing! Trisha Burgess

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  164. I wait until the child is really ready and then I stay patient and always positive.

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  165. https://twitter.com/LuLu_Brown24/status/780679076088426496

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  166. https://twitter.com/cshell202/status/780693717984215040

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  167. tweet 9/27

    https://twitter.com/jwatson50/status/780740185319440384

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  168. https://twitter.com/vickiecouturier/status/780754476793753600

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  169. https://twitter.com/mijames82/status/780767865653911553

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  170. Let your child pick out the undies they want it will get them more excited about trying them out.

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  171. https://twitter.com/benz1171/status/780850167943757824

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  172. https://twitter.com/tatzgrrly/status/780853422421577728

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  173. tweet :)
    https://twitter.com/MorrisPartyof6/status/780869762339471360

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  174. My best advice is to have patience. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  175. https://twitter.com/DEBIJOT/status/780911546893537280

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  176. My tip is to be patient with your little one, accidents happen.

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  177. https://twitter.com/LuLu_Brown24/status/781037193628356608

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  178. https://twitter.com/cshell202/status/781056007434858496

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  179. tweet 9/28

    https://twitter.com/jwatson50/status/781101553025445888

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  180. https://twitter.com/mijames82/status/781119975771832321

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  181. https://twitter.com/vickiecouturier/status/781122707647758336

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  182. https://twitter.com/tatzgrrly/status/781188732552613888

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  183. https://twitter.com/benz1171/status/781200235225841665

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  184. https://twitter.com/1amypugmire/status/781238911775506433

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  185. https://twitter.com/DEBIJOT/status/781263289531691008

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  186. https://twitter.com/MorrisPartyof6/status/781290356356907013
    tweet :)

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  187. I found sticker charts always worked for my kids!

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  188. tweet https://twitter.com/Tammykayv/status/781299910977134597

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  189. Tweet https://twitter.com/JalapenoMama/status/781338367585759233

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  190. https://twitter.com/mrsshukra/status/781373593158504448

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  191. We are just starting so I have no tips yet!

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