He’s A Big Kid Now! #BigKid

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Never in a million years did I think my Aiden would fully potty train in just TWO days. This past Monday I told him we had no more diapers, and showed him pockets full of treats that I showed him as rewards for going potty. The treats worked, but the real star of the shown was the app that I downloaded for my phone called iPotty.

He liked the treats but he loved asking to see what the phone gave him for going potty!

Aiden is a bit older, he is 3 years and 9 months old. He hated the thought of using the potty forever but that waiting was a good thing because he fully understood praise for trying and his bladder is a strong one because he hasn’t worn a diaper or pull up for days not even at night and he has had no accidents. We could not be more proud!

The  funniest thing is that he has his Cars potty in the basement but refuses to use it unless he has his pop-up play structure, his fire truck, to have some privacy lol

As we are members of the Pullups Ambassador team through Mom Central, we were given many packages of Pullups to facilitate training but he didn’t even use one whole package. Its such a good thing a close family friend of ours has a little boy about a year younger than Aiden, so that we can pass on the Pull ups to him and they too can start the journey.

I hope the next time I post I will have good news about how Aiden has stayed dry, no accidents and really and fully is a big boy that uses the potty every time. I can’t predict the future but judging by how fast he learned to go potty, I have high hopes!

Watch below as Aiden gets a surprise call from Mater, talking about using the potty!

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I participated in a campaign on behalf of Mom Central Consulting for Pull-Ups. I received product samples to facilitate my review and a promotional item to thank me for participating.

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  1. John Gibbs says

    I actually had to use the training pants (cotton on the inside and plastic on the outside) more than the pull ups because my kids were so comfortable with the pull ups and my goal was for them NOT to feel comfortable when they didn’t use the potty.

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