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Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Sweepstakes Smart Potty Giveaway


Welcome to the Smart Potty Giveaway

Sponsored by BabyBjorn

Hosted by Mostly Together Mommy


Potty training is a difficult but an important part of a young child's life. Baby Bjorn seeks to make it just a little bit easier with their Smart Potty. You can find a full review from Mostly Together Mommy HERE.

What's the best potty training tip you could give another mom. Buying my son Iron Man underwear made him ready to fully train. I help my youngest with magic color (Food Coloring squirted) in the potty.

Now, BabyBjorn has released a limited edition GOLD Smart Potty! These are not sold in stores, but you will get the chance to win a "throne" for your little one! To enter, simply use the Rafflecopter form below. The giveaway will end on July 30, 2014, at midnight CST. One entrant per household in the continental U.S. Good luck, everyone!

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15 comments:

emchelly77 said...

dont rush them...when they are ready they will let you know..if you train when they are ready it happens a lot faster.

Jayme H. said...

Make it fun! Make every success a celebration, don't sweat the mistakes.

Kristie said...

I'd say to make sure they are showing signs of being ready and then don't give up when you start! :-)

VickeC said...

start with a schedule for just going an trying,ususally first thing in the morning and then after each meal

Kathy Detweiler said...

when I potty trained my boys I always had balloons and other prizes for when they pottied.

Heather said...

Patience... its the best thing to have! lots and lots of patience!

Rachel Henthorn said...

They will let you know when they are ready

Kristen Mcclary said...

when they go for the first time overly reward them and everytime after that for about a week they will get so used to it and then you can ease on the rewards

Anonymous said...

Definitely follow their lead!

Nikki said...

Use a potty seat on the big toilet and have a training potty easily accessible in a main Rom so they have the opportunity to go as spoons as they need to with help or without.

Jillian T said...

Have patience so you don't get caught off guard by a mistake or set back.

Nicole Boyce said...

Be Patient!! They will want to be potty trained once they are ready!

lisamercy said...

Allow for accidents - it's going to happen. BE patient.

Shannon F said...

Have patience and don't push. Be encouraging without being overbearing!

Lauren H said...

sit with your child