This post is sponsored by Pull-Ups, however all opinions stated are my own.
Potty training can be really difficult for many parents and children. I started potty training Naliya at 1.5 years old and it did not go well at all. We had to stop and try again a couple of years later. It wasn't until almost 3.5 that she officially let go of her Pull-Ups.
All on her own one day she decided she was a "big" girl and didn't need her Pull-Ups any longer. One of the things that really helped was the Pull-Ups Big Kids Academy and App it made potty training entertaining for her. It turned the process into a fun game and allowed her to feel rewarded and celebrated for using the potty.
Every Kid is Unique. That’s why when you enroll at the Big Kid Academy, you’ll get a personalized “My Pull-Ups®” page with potty training activities and advice customized to your point in the potty training journey.
The Big Kid Academy has a world-class library of potty training tips and advice from parenting experts, medical professionals and our brightest alumni: parents who have been there. Subjects include:
• How to talk to day care providers about potty training
• Solutions for nighttime
• Potty training on the go
• The best clothing for potty training
5 Potty Training Tricks for your Toddler
**Bonus** Have them wear real undies as often as possible, Pull-Ups are great for when you're on the go and out and about, also for overnight but children can get used to the security the training undies provide.
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