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Potty Training Made Easy with Pampers Easy Ups - Review & Giveaway - #DDDivas #PampersEasyUps #sponsored


Disclaimer: This review was made possible by Double Duty Divas and Pampers. I was provided the featured product free of charge to facilitate my review, but all opinions are 100% mine.


I have been trying to potty train for quite some time now and it hasn't been going well. Mommy decided that she was going to take a break and then try again when we both think I'm ready. Well with the summer coming up mommy decided that now was the time to start the process of potty training once again and this time Pampers was there to help. I love Pampers and I'm not afraid to say it. They are the brand that hospitals prefer and use, and the one I have been using since birth. Because of my sensitive skin I started using Panpers sensitive and and mommy and I have been very happy with the results. Now that I'm potty training Pampers decided to send me some items to help me on my potty training journey and I couldn't have been happier.
Included in my package was my 100 ct Pampers Easy Ups, a Potty Time With Elmo Board Book to help me with my potty training, an On-the-Go Portable Potty for the days when we go out and I need to go in a hurry, a Little Tikes Octopus Party Machine for lots of bubble making fun, Crayola Washable Sidewalk 3D Deluxe Art Set perfect for the summer and a tote to take it all with me. Not only am I ready to continue my potty training activities but I'm also ready for the summer!


Pampers Easy Up is the brand that I currently use and for good reason. They look and feel just like real underwear. Their stretchy sides makes them easy for me to pull up and down whenever mommy thinks I need to go, and one of the great feature of this is that the mommy always knows when I go because the pattern fades on the front. My pattern was of Dora the Explorer a character that most toddlers can associate with. Mommy likes to say "you're getting Dora wet and that's not nice" in order to encourage me to go and so far it's not working but we're still trying. Mommy loves the slim fit design that doesn't make it bulky under my clothing and so do I.


When it comes to uninterrupted summer fun Pampers Easy Ups has you covered with outstanding leak protection. With an absorbent core that holds 25% more than the other leading training pant, that means fewer leaks, and I can stay outdoors much longer and enjoy the summer sun. I can also go to bed knowing that I'm protected overnight as well.


So if you're potty training like me or about to start your potty training journey, look no further than Pampers Easy Ups. They get my TWO TINY THUMBS UP!

There will be a #PampersEasyUps Twitter Party on June 10th from 9-10pm EST. RSVP and join in the fun. To participate, follow your hosts @DoubleDutyDivas, @BridgetteLA, #CeceliaMecca, @AngieKcom, @WhatMommiesNeed @RamblingChick and our sponsor @Pampers. There will be lots of fun prizes.

Prizes Include:
  • RSVP: 100 ct Easy Ups

You can connect with Pampers via:

Pampers want to help you this summer in your potty training adventure. One of my reader will win a prize pack estimated value at $100. Prizes include:

  • 100 ct Pampers Easy Up
  • Portable Potty
  • Fun items to kick off summer for your child! 

Winner will be randomly selected by PunchTab and will have 48hours to respond to the email sent. Failure to respond will mean forfeiting your prize and a new winner will be chosen. Good Luck!



Disclosure: Growing Up Madison receives products in order to conduct reviews. No monetary compensation was provided unless noted otherwise. All opinions are 100% my own. Some posts may contain affiliate links that I receive commission for payment from in exchange for referrals. In the event of a giveaway, the sponsor is responsible for delivery of the prize, unless otherwise noted in the posting. Giveaways are not sponsored by Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google+ or any other social media site. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I personally believe will be a good fit for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255: "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising."


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  1. Keep track of when they last went and in the begging, I would set an alarm for every 45 minutes to take baby in again. That way I wouldn't forget and we could avoid accidents

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  2. We used Pampers and Huggies pull-ups, too (the characters were a huge hit for both the girl brands of these). I will say though once I decided o take pull-ups out of the equation for both my girls and just put them in underwear the process was that much quicker. I think no matter what that these can sometimes be a crutch and allow them to forget about it and just keep on playing or doing what they are doing. Just my two cents ;)

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  3. This is my first time potty training. I could definitely use tips.

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  4. my tip Is to keep asking them if they need to go potty and be consistent with them.

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  5. We just go bottomless for a few days and then my two boys have seem to have picked it up. Now we are working on night time potty training.

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  6. We used stickers as a reward for going potty and would have our daughter sit while we read to her on the potty.

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  7. This is my first time potty training. We started off using stickers as rewards, but found out that m&m's we're a better incentive for our little one!

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  8. It takes time. Don't worry if it takes more time than you thought it would. And always praise your child when he/she goes.

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  9. we only used pull ups at night, it really helped to speed up the process
    ssgsweeps @ gmail .com

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  10. My tip is only that I am letting my daughter let me know when she's raedy. I hope its soon!

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  11. be patient, be relaxed and calm with the baby she/he will respond better to praise than anger or distress

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  12. We practice 4 times a day sitting on the potty.

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  13. relax! and make the pssssst sound when they are on, then when you need them to go (like before a car trip) you can make the sound and they will pee.

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  14. The biggest tip I have is being patient. My boys did it when they were ready. Make a good experience for them.
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  15. I am in the beginning stages of potty training my 18 month old! right now she is getting acclimated to seeing the potty in the bathroom and will sit on it (but not use it). This is an improvement from the past, when she just wanted to play with it and step inside of it!

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  16. I let my first 3 sons run around the house naked when I potty trained. It enabled them and me to be able to tell when they had to go potty, and to get them there quickly.

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  17. the kid love stickers it help to be positive in helping them be successful

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  18. Be patient! I actually like to wait for them to decide on their own that they are ready.

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  19. Patience is extremely important and use a reward system of some kind but not with food.

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  20. Rewards and praise really help the child want to potty train

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  21. There's no destined time frame,work with them,have patience and when there ready they will do it on there own.

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  22. Pity training takes consistency and lots of patience.

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  23. My friend has boys and she said she put a cheerio in the toilet for them to aim at and it worked.
    heather hgtempaddy@hotmail.com

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  24. One tip is to have a good reward system ready to use! Also have lots of patience because you want it to be a positive experience.

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  25. I am going to start potty training our daughter for the first time so I could use some good tips myself and reading the comments on this blog post was very helpful, thanks!

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  26. Wait until they are ready. Starting early just creates stress for you and your child. I "ptty trained" from 18 months to 3 years with my first son, and at 3, he just went in and went on his own..when he was READY.

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  27. my best tip is to go with their cues and don't fight them , we tried to force my oldest to go on the potty and it made him resistant towards going once we backed off he got trained

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  28. it was harder to potty train my son then t was my daughter and soon i wll be potty training my grandson.

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  29. An M&M for sitting and two for a result go a long way.

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  30. Take the kids to the bathroom with you when ever you have to go, get them ready early so they know what they are going to have to do!

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  31. Let them go to the bathroom with you when ever you go, get them ready early so they know what to do

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