Help Potty Training from Pull-Ups and Target Giveaway

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Potty training right now is a constant conversation in our household. With Kelsie pretty much fully potty-trained and Aubrey starting her journey of “being a big girl”. We’ve had our ups and downs but to see the excitement on their face when they’ve had a successful time, is incredible.

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Pull-Ups know how important potty training time is and wants to help keep those little ones encouraged! As I said, Aubrey is at the start of potty training. While we had an awesome beginning where she was going consistently, she did have some backpedaling. I’ve learned that it’s to be expected though and not to push it, just be encouraging.

Pull-Ups and Target want to help you encourage your potty-trainer with a call from a Disney character! The Disney Character Calls program allows parents the chance to give your child an incredible reward when they receive a call on your cell phone from a Disney Princess or Disney/Pixar Cars character congratulating them on their progress potty training! How cool is that?

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Target is one of our favorite stores to shop at so it’s no surprise that we always stock up on Pull-Ups to have our house covered. I always check for deals and get plenty to last for awhile when we find the perfect sale! Having our favorite characters on Pull-Ups keeps it fun for my girls.


One For The Love of Baby! winner will have the chance to win a $25 Gift Card to Target to help celebrate your potty trainer and stock up on any Pull-Ups you might need.

Help Potty Training from Pull-Ups and Target Giveaway 4Enter to Win

  • Leave me a comment letting me know how you keep your potty trainer motivated!

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Contest open to US mailing addresses. Contest will end July 5th, 2011 at 11:59 PM CST. Winner will have 48 hours from the time e-mailed to confirm prize.


Gift cards were provided for this review/giveaway. All opinions are 100% our own and based on personal experiences.

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  1. encouragement and we got a second potty out in the family room to sit so they do not feel alone

  2. just about to start so not really sure yet – a goody bag for positive reinforcement possibly

  3. She likes it when we clap and cheer for her, but she also likes just being able to flush the toilet!

  4. keep my potty trainer motivated by promsing more fitting clothes

  5. Using a sticker reward system is great. Thanks for the chance! 🙂

  6. Don’t make it a huge deal, but be really supportive verbally as much as you can. Make the time a relaxing time for them, not stressful.

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  8. The sticker reward is a great motivator when there is a reward at the end of the week.

  9. i keep her motivated by her tinkerbell panties and stickers
    tcogbill at live dot com

  10. I always use praise – works the best!
    Thank you.
    barbara dot montyj at gmail dot com

  11. We did a chart and once he had filled up the whole chart, he got to pick a special toy.

  12. we stay motivated with many many charts around the house to track and remind us of our progress! we’ve come a long way in the potty training journey!

    victoria (dot) russell5 (at) gmail (dot) com

  13. I have a treasure box that she gets to pick items from after a successful week of training.
    brittneydejajason at gmail dot com

  14. We had a marble jar. Everytime they went on the potty they got to put 2 marbles in the jar. Once they filled the jar we took them to toys r us for a toy. It worked great!

    msjem2001 at yahoo dot com

  15. For my boys I used a sticker chart and they would get a sticker every time they used the potty. I also had a stash if new Hotwheels cars on hand (99 cents each) and they would get one every time they pooped on the potty.

  16. I keep my son motivated by keeping a chart, and when he fills up the chart with stickers for using the toilet then we get to go to Chuck E. Cheese!

  17. Mine are grown, but they were really into the silver and gold stars I used!

  18. Having positive role models to look up to is what I’ve found to be the most inspiring, so I use the kids’ older siblings and cousins in the process of potty training – having them reinforce how they got through the process and felt more independent afterward really helps a lot and gives them some incentive for persevering!

  19. We’re all big fans of the Cars movies in our house, so we’d definitely choose one of the characters from those films!

  20. I find increased efficacy when I withhold nutrition and hydration.

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  24. Consistency and reminders of how great things are going!

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  25. The chart and sticker method worked well with my nieces/nephews and children I’ve fostered.

  26. I use stickers on a chart and when my son has 5 in a row he gets to pick a special treat
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  27. I think a Cars phone call would be the best for my son
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  28. I think the best motivation is being sure they know that you’re proud of them and that they’re doing great as a “big girl” or “big boy.” That seems to be very important to them. 🙂
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  34. My son was a breeze and took only two days.
    My daughter has been taking months.
    I use things that she likes as rewards such as new princess panties, getting to watch a half an hour of her favorite cartoon and if she makes it for one full week we will buy a new doll.


  35. I would choose the Princess character call for my daughter.


  36. I always let them know that accidents do happen sometimes and always let them know they did good

  37. We kept our potty trainer motivated by getting excited over her going on the potty. We found making a huge deal out of it works.

  38. We’re still looking for that magic potty training trick! Rewards are not working so far.

  39. We’ve had a very looooooong potty training journey that’s still not over (my son turned 4 in May). We just keep changing incentives up and letting the ball remain in his court. It’s been maddening, and there’s been a huge power struggle. I hope we turn a corner VERY soon because I’m so over potty training!

    ashaldridge (at) gmail (dot) com

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  41. We use jelly beans or m&m’s. She gets one for every time she uses the potty!

  42. Reminding him of what a big boy he is. Seems to work with mine


  43. You have to be consistent in the training, give praise and give little prizes. Thank you for the chance to win! deedeebamagirl at yahoo dot com

  44. She would like a call from Disney Princess. deedeebamagirl at yahoo dot com

  45. To keep her motivated, we have rewards & books but most importantly, we go at her pace. She’s likes to feel in control of her progress…once we stopped pushing her she’s done a whole lot better.

  46. I took my neighbor’s advice and bribed her with Hershey’s Kisses. Every hour, she sat on the potty for 5 minutes or until she went, whichever came first. And then she got to eat a Hershey’s kiss

  47. Our guy has older siblings so he stays motivated by us all praising him and by us telling him he’s a ‘big boy!’ He loves to be called a big boy.

  48. No kids, but my sister always used stickers as a reward for a good potty session!
    Thanks for the giveaway!

  49. The sticker reward program has always worked for us!

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  55. we are not even close, I am due in august

  56. i keep them motivated by congratulating them and giving them positive feedback

  57. when my daughter was being potty trained, anything with Dora or Spongebob kept her motivated. I usually let her put a sticker on the chart every time she went potty. After so many stickers, she got a toy.

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  58. We bought lots of fun underwear with their favorite characters.

  59. We made a chart and my daughter could put a star on the days she stayed dry.

  60. We have a reward chart and she loves to pick special pictures and put them on thier when she goes to the potty.

  61. Thanks for the giveaway…potty training our two daughters was relatively easy; it took about a week for each of them to “get with the program”: we provided a stress-free atmosphere, gave verbal praise, and remained positive (i.e. “no big deal”) when there were the expected setbacks. If the parents stay calm & focused, so will your child.

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  65. I don’t have any kids, so I have no tips. I’ll be giving the card to a friend who has a son at that stage.
    Thanks for the contest.

  66. We let them have their special toys, or special privileges or even their fav. treats to encourage them

    ardy22 at earthlink dot net

  67. Our son would be delighted to get a call from cars character

    ardy22 at earthlink dot net