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This past Sunday I was invited to the Pull-Ups Training pants luncheon and I had such a wonderful time! I was able to meet other local mothers and trade tips about potty training which I am beginning to do with my 2 year old. She is showing very little signs of wanting to use the potty and I was able to get some great insight from other parents that are going through the same thing.
I was reminded how potty training is an exciting milestone, but often a long journey that takes commitment. Pull-Ups training pants help make potty training fun and easy bonding experience between parent and child by encouraging parents to celebrate potty training with fun rituals such as "Celebrating Every Flush".
Celebrate the First Flush:
Celebrate the Every Flush is a ritual designed to celebrate successes in potty training. Pull-Ups provides tools and resources at the Pull-Ups Big Kid Academy that make potty training fun and easy for mom and child to help them Celebrate the First Flush: Nina Needs to Go: Pull-Ups is a proud sponsor of Nina Needs to Go, an animated short form series for preschoolers that airs daily on Disney Channel and Disney Junior. Nina Needs to Go follows four year old Nina who often "needs to go" at the most inopportune moments, and must use her initiative to overcome the obstacles between her and the nearest bathroom.
Nina Needs to Go is a first of it's kind partnership for Pull-Ups and will also be featured on the Big Kid Academy at Pull-Ups.com.
Since attending the luncheon and learning about Nina and Pull-Ups are started noticing Nina on television more and I'm so happy my daughter has something like this to help motivate her to want to use the potty and hopefully not wait until the last minute like Nina does lol.
At the Pull-Ups luncheon I had the pleasure of meeting Jeannette Kaplun. She is an award-winning journalist, spokesperson, TV personality and internationally recognized parenting expert. She is as beautiful inside as out and it was wonderful getting great tips and useful information from her about potty training.
The wonderful people at Pull-Ups sent each of us home with our own products to help with the potty training process I am looking forward to look out for more signs that my daughter is ready because now I finally feel that I have the information I need to #SayAdiosToDiapers thanks to Jeannette, Pull-Ups and the other mothers I had the pleasure of meeting.