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Potty Tots Potty Training Program Review and Giveaway

This contest is now over. The winner is Heather M. Congrats!

image001Will just turned two, so we have to start looking into potty training again. What we learned with Madison is that they don't do it till they are darn good and ready.  However, as we did with her, we want to have all of the tools available to us when he is ready.  We've had his potty chair out for 6 months now.  At this point, he still thinks he's suppose to stand in it.

That's why I was excited to check the Potty Tots Training Program.  There are just so many things I like about this program.  This video explains the program:

This program comes with everything you need to help get potty training started in your home and has so many different ways for them to learn.  The kit you get consists of a story book, animated DVD with bonus music videos, illustrated potty chart and a “Toilet Bowl” game/progress chart with clings to keep track of success with potty training.  We've watched the video with Will and read the book several times.  He relates to the characters and does like them (we get a lot of “what's that” questions).  On the video, they have their own little rock video about going potty (which is beyond cute).  This is definitely a great way to get your children interested in potty training, and I wish I knew about this when Madison was potty training.  You can also order a girl kit or a boy kit, and it truly does include almost everything you need for potty training!

Now, you definitely want this in your house if you have a little one potty training or about to potty train, so I have arranged to give one of these away to a lucky reader.   Here's what you need to do:

Leave a comment on this post.  Check out the Potty Tots site and tell me something you learned.

Each of these gives you one additional entry:

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This contest will end at July 3rd at noon CST! Good Luck!!

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0 thoughts on “Potty Tots Potty Training Program Review and Giveaway

  1. I learned that the American Academy of Pediatrics indicate that only after the ages of 18 months to 24 months do children begin to have the cognitive, emotional and physiological developmental skills to begin potty training!

  2. I learned that we should wait until we see signs of readiness before we start potty training. Thanks!

  3. I learned that Potty Tots is winner of Start-Up Nation's Honorable Mention Award for the Most Innovative Product of the Year! 😉

  4. I learned that the American Academy of Pediatrics studies show that, generally speaking, the average time is about 6 weeks to potty train a child.

  5. I learned the Potty Tots even teaches tots not to waste toilet paper. Wow! So thorough! The program sounds like it really appeals to kids, judging by the testimonials. Thanks for the giveaway! theprophecygirl at hotmail dot com

  6. My niece's son just turned 2 so anything that can expedite the process would be nice. Thank you for the opportunity to win.

  7. I learned that as a general guideline, reports from the American Academy of Pediatrics indicate that only after the ages of 18 months to 24 months do children begin to have the cognitive, emotional and physiological developmental skills to begin potty training.

  8. Any successful program must also have a way for the kids to keep track of their progress and positive reinforcement (praise and rewards). Fashioned after the Super Bowl, we created a “Toilet Bowl” football inspired progress chart/game with clings of the Potty Tots.

  9. Any successful program must also have a way for the kids to keep track of their progress and positive reinforcement.

  10. LOL cute site but that music would drive me crazy!!! but then again most of my childs most watched videos drive me crazy! lol… I learned to always stay positive, consistent and persistent.

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