Take It From Me: Pampers Easy-Ups {Review & Giveaway}

June 9, 2014

Pampers Easy-Ups {Review & Giveaway}

“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."
Parenting is such a funny thing. 

Although the majority of us signed up for parenthood, most of us probably didn't realize all that came with it. With no instruction manual, sometimes I find myself a little lost and love when there are products out there to help make things like potty training a bit easier. 
I have a "no judging" rule when it comes to potty training. Every child is different and there are so many different ways to go about it, I find that there really is no right or wrong way to do it, but you must be consistent no matter what.

My kids have all been pretty different when it has come time to potty training. When I first tried to train my oldest daughter I had heard that girls were always easier than boys… etc., but nope, she didn't want anything to do with it. We waited until she was able to tell us that she was ready and as we were consistent and stuck with it, she caught on very fast. We did the same thing with our second daughter and it worked great!

It is now time to potty train our third child and I was very excited when we received a Pampers Easy-Ups summer potty training package to make this transition easier. Full of bubbles, 3D chalk, an Elmo potty book, an on-the-go potty, a cooler bag and of course Easy-Ups diapers, my son is pretty excited to begin!
A little bit about Pampers Easy-Ups:
1. Provide outstanding leak protection – even overnight – so your toddler can have uninterrupted summer fun.
2. Easy Ups have an absorbent core that holds 25% more than the other leading training pant, which means fewer leaks!
3. Easy Ups have a more underwear-like look and feel, with fun graphics your toddler will love to wear! 
Come Join the Twitter Party!
Tomorrow, June 10th, Pampers is hosting a fun #PampersEasyUps Twitter Party from 9-10pm EST. Join HERE!

Prizes Include:
100 ct Easy Ups,Sesame Street Portable Potty
100 ct Easy Ups, Baby BanZ Sun Protective Beach Tent
100 ct Easy Ups, Radio Flyer 4-in-1 Trike
100 ct Easy Ups and Splash Zone Spray N Splash Inflatable Water Park
RSVP: 100 ct Easy Ups

Also, enter to win a summer prize pack from Pampers right here on our blog! The prize will be the same products I received to review! 



47 comments :

  1. Setting a timer , being consistent , and rewards!

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  2. I think rewards are really important for potty training!

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  3. REWARDS! Offer them their favorite candy when they do a good job!

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  4. Lots of positive reinforcement and a chart with stickers so he could track his progress.

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  5. with each of my four kids, it seemed like waiting until they were ready spared me a lot of grief. The three girls were toilet-trained by two and my son took a little longer (as my Mom had predicted). Once they were out of diapers, they never had an accident. I'm hoping to win this fabulous prize for my oldest daughter--the mother of my grandsons.

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  6. My daughter isn't potty training...yet.

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  7. nothing because i'm still doing it now and NOTHING is working- getting so frustrated i need all the tips i can get!

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  8. Start potty training when you child is ready. Make it fun by creating fun songs and dances to celebrate when your child has gone on the potty.

    jj250@aol.com

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  9. We started young and made it fun
    instagram as carlaaldrich

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  10. Having patience with my first is what worked for me. In the midst of potty training now with my youngest. Trying to be patient yet persistent.

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  11. Finding incentives that motivated my so is what worked for us, it took a few tries but once we found it, he was very ready to potty train
    demureprincess7(at)gmail(dot)com

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  12. I am just starting to potty train!

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  13. I tried stickers - my mom tried popsicles...popsicles worked :-)

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  14. I got lucky with the 1st one, he didn't like wet diapers. almost did it by himself. It was summer so he ran around naked a lot!
    I used cloth diapers because we didn't have pull ups back in the day!

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  15. Waiting until my son would wake up dry. Then I knew he was ready.

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  16. Positive reinforcement...and some princess undies!

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  17. Being consistent in timing, praise and rewards! Would so love to be the winner!

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  18. Letting my child take the lead is what helped me the most! Once she was interested it was all good from there!

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  19. I found showing them the potty tools and how to use them and letting them go at there own pace is a great way to do it.

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  20. We stayed home ALL DAY for 4 days and he walked around naked. It was the ONLY thing that worked!

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  21. Patience and reward system--that is what helped us with our first one.

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  22. One M&M for each try and three for each actual pee or poop.

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  23. sticker chart!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    *kelly
    kelly-tillotson@hotmail.com

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  24. For my oldest setting a timer. At first every 5 minutes then increase by 5 minutes. After 2 weeks she was potty trained. My youngest I plan on starting in the next month or so.

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  25. Nothing, then he saw a cartoon character with undies and he was sold

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  26. We're in the midst of potty training right now - m&m's seem to work really well for him!

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  27. The thing that worked best for me was stickers and letting my child place the stickers on a chart every time they went potty. Thanks.
    partymix25(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  28. The thing that worked best for me was rewarding my child with a Disney character sticker any time he asked to go potty or he went potty.

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  29. We are working on potty training. It is still a big work in progress, but encouraging words and reminding her a lot seems to help.

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  30. Lots of praise when he pottied., and letting him go to the restroom with me.

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  31. Rewards Ana a whole lot of patience!

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  32. Using a reward system helped the most.

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  33. Not pushing real hard, just waiting until they become interested in the potty and giving them a reward system.

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  34. Each kid is different. My first was as simple as introducing the potty to him and having him sit down to try every 15-20 minutes. My second son is still a work in progress and I've tried every technique I could think of so far

    nathansmommy619(At)aol(Dot)com

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  35. Potty chart with a really good reward!

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  36. My daughters sometimes wants to try and then others she waits til she has finished to tell me she went potty.

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  37. I reward with stickers not sweets.

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  38. Cheerios in the toilet was the biggest hit with my son.
    heymissvirginia at embarqmail dot com

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  39. having patience and using a reward system helped.

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  40. What worked for us was waiting until he was ready and keeping the experience positive. A little help with M&Ms worked well too! :)

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  41. I haven't done potty training yet.

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