We had our little soiree a couple of weeks ago, and we had several neighborhood kids over. Sadly, many of the parents did not want their children's images to be published for privacy reasons which I have to respect, so I will be featuring pictures of my own toddlers partying it up. I completely understood their concerns, especially since I am "that parent" that won't allow my teen to have a Facebook or get online without complete and total supervision. While this threw a bit of a wrench in things, it certainly didn't stop us from having fun!
We had a great time sharing potty-training stories and watching the kids' excitement as they did the Potty Dance. (Yes, I just happened to have that DVD on hand already!) We also watched "Once Upon A Potty", which is a great potty-learning DVD that has been a God-send in helping my kids learn not only about potty-training, but also their own bodies! Even my soon to be 13 year old benefited from this DVD when he was a toddler!!
I got to share my love for Pull-Ups with the other parents. Many of them use them already, and some still had their toddlers in plain diapers. So I pulled out a package of Pull-Ups and showed everyone why we love them.
The front of the Pull-Ups are colorful and have loads of detail, including a wetness indicator that allows you to see at a glance if there has been an accident. Here, Sophie is in a Cinderella Pull-Up, and as you can see, the wetness indicator is showing she needs a new pair. She's still having some accidents, as potty-training is a process that takes time and lots and lots of patience.
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***Disclosure: I participated in a campaign on behalf of Mom Central Consulting for Pull-Ups. I received product samples to facilitate my review and to host a party. I received a promotional item as a thank you for participating.***