Tuesday, 31 March 2015

Competition: Win A Smarter Way To Potty Train Pack

dry like me potty training competition prize
WIN A ‘SMARTER WAY TO POTTY TRAIN’ PACK WORTH £24!
Dry Like Me are the new, smarter way to potty train. The award-winning, handy little potty training pads turn all pants into potty training pants by adding an absorbent layer to give your little one extra confidence when learning to live without the nappy, and help to ease the pressures on you.
To celebrate the launch of their first ever TV advert launching in April, Dry Like Me is giving away a ‘Smarter Way to Potty Train’ pack worth £24. The packs contain each variety of Dry Like Me pads, a lovely reward chart and stickers, and their award-winning book ‘How to Potty Train’ – all the tools you need to help your little one achieve potty training success! 
Dry Like Me pads help your child to recognise their body’s cues for the loo, a key part of potty training.  While they are learning, they capture small accidents and so reduce the mess and stress.
Soft and comfortable, they are suitable for children of all.

TIME TO START?
Research shows that around the age of two years old is the best time to start potty training.  In fact, nappies could be ‘masking’ that your child is ready.  Look for the clues…
·         Can your child communicate with you?
·         Does he/she have good physical skills, such as being able to walk and climb stairs?
·         Can he/she take direction, like being shown how to wash hands? 
If you answer yes to these and your little one is around two or more then don’t be afraid – go for it!
Jude and Di, the mums who created Dry Like Me, have lots of tips to help with potty training on their website.
One of their top tips is that, before you start, begin teaching the routine of going to the toilet.  Take your child into the bathroom with you to ‘practice’ everything from turning on the light to waving off the poo, washing hands and closing the door.
To be in with a chance of winning this great bundle, just complete the rafflecopter form below, good luck!
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79 comments :

  1. Knowing when to brave leaving the house in pants!

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  2. Looks like a great idea. Would love to win this for a friend who's having real trouble potty training her little one at the moment

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  3. I have twins, so the hardest thing for me is being the competition, twin 1 started well, noticed twin 2 was getting more attention as he wasn't doing so well so started going backwards!! We are getting there now, constant praise and wipes nearby ;-)

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  4. The hardest thing about potty training for me is trying to get my 19 month old to stop thinking wee on the floor is so darn funny! She *seems* ready - she has done several wee-wees on the potty - but thinks it is absolutely HILARIOUS to pee all over the floor. She'll deliberately start and stop her pee so she can go on several spots on the carpet at one time. And then she'll laugh hysterically while I follow her around trying to clean it up. Sigh.

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  5. Days out as I dont want to put him back in nappies but dont want hi having lots of accidents!

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  6. All the accidents and hope they grasp it quickly

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  7. I don't have any children but would love to win this prize to donate to charity, to go to Romania.

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  8. I am really struggling with potty training my daughter turned 3 in October and was all ready for potty training but them we had a big move and change of nursery and now she wont even try weve tried all sorts with her. We had to see our Health Visitor last week for help and she thinks our daughter has become confused with the changes so we are now starting again from scratch with her. Shes now sitting on the potty with nothing on but hasnt actually done anything.

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  9. knowing when he's ready. He has days showing a lot of interest and asking to sit on the toilet, and days of point blank refusing

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  10. I haven't started potty training yet although we have just bought one so I'm looking for any advice!

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  11. I don't know, it's not quite started yet!

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  12. Definitely being out, my son is apprehensive about using toilets in unfamiliar settings.

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  13. Getting a toddler to listen to you consistently!

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  14. My girl is 21 months I haven't started yet apart from keeping a potty in the bathroom and clapping her when she sits on it. I wasn't sure how or when to start but from reading this I guess she's ready!

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  15. I don't have kids, my parents didn't seem to have fun though

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  16. getting them to poop on the potty always find that the hardest x

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  17. getting my daughter to sit on it

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  18. I found the hardest part is trying to get them to use the potty at first.
    My eldest was a doddle, he told me no more nappies and no accidents.
    My middle one hated it, he liked to poop on the move. It got to the point where I had to put his potty infront of the telly to encourage him to go. Total nightmare. Not long until boy no3 is learning, no idea what to expect!

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  19. Getting them to do number two! Xx

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  20. going out and about, especially when there isn't any toilets around

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  21. Getting her to do a poo on the toilet! x

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  22. Knowing when to start is scary enough!

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  23. getting there in time when they no nappy on in the house and there doing a poo lol x

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  24. Knowing when to stop using nappies at nap time/going out :-)

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  25. going out and hoping there are toilets around

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  26. Night time and being out and about. I think its easy to revert back to nappies or pull ups when it can sometimes then hinder progress. x

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  27. Being out and not knowing where toilets are!!

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  28. i find the hardest part is getting my son to sit on the potty he refuses and he refuses to take his nappy off hes a stubborn wee soul lol x

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  29. deciding when the right time to leave the house out of nappies!

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  30. deciding when is the right time to leave the house without nappies!

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  31. Getting them to sit on potty.

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  32. When you have to quickly take them to the nearest toilet before it's too late!

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  33. Finding a reasonable period of time to be really consistent, always better if you can start at home

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  34. Keeping my son on the potty as hes crawling everywhere :)

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  35. We haven't started just yet but I think just knowing when to start is going to be difficult

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  36. Being in the car and them saying they need a wee!! Panic sets in! It always seem to take so much longer to get to where your going when they need to go!

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  37. knowing when to take them to the toilet to avoid accidents.

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  38. Knowing when the time is right!

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  39. that my son cant talk so its hard to tell when he needs to go etc.

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  40. My daughter is 2 and a half and still no signs of being ready. The hardest thing I am finding is dealing with pressure from parents and grandparents!

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    1. I hate the constant questions and pressure.

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  41. going out in the beginning, having to plan to go where there are toilets. luckily I only have one more child to potty train.

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  42. Getting started, I'm about to start my potty training number 3 and I keep putting it off!

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  43. The misses of the potty!!!
    (Spencer Broadley)

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  44. ive not started yet, but im wary of finding toilets out and about in time

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  45. Knowing when my daughter is ready. She's 2 1/2 and still doesn't mind being in a dirty diaper. She's just starting to tell us sometimes if she needs a new diaper, so it might be worth biting the bullet and just going for it.

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  46. shopping trips are hard when you need a toilet and they tell you at the last minute.

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  47. getting my daughter to sit on hers

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  48. when you are out and about,if u do manage to find a loo in time,theirs no babyseat and my little girl prefers one so can be a challange

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  49. knowing when he's ready but is amazing how quickly they pick it up - leanne w

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  50. The first few days and the endless washing of underwear

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  51. having the patience is the hardest part for me

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  52. At the moment it is my apprehension, we are starting in 2 weeks after our holiday and not looking forward to it.

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  53. getting them to sit on the potty.

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  54. Knowing when you can go out safely!

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  55. My daughter is great with potty while she's wearing no pants, but just when I put pants on she wees in them :/

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  56. We're just about to start but finding the right time to start seems to be the hardest thing so far.

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  57. Persuading them to wear 'big boy pants'

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  58. Taking them out and how pairs of changes of clothes to take

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  59. I haven't started yet I'm a little terrified to be honest as I have twins it's going to be a huge job

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  60. I'm quite proud to say I had my son completely toilet trained by the age of 18 months but the hardest thing was definitely leaving the house! Although as he's a boy it was alright...about to potty train my girl so fingers crossed things go the same way!

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  61. He currently seems to hate sitting on the potty or toilet so it's pretty tough!

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  62. The hardest thing is empting the potty.

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  63. Keep trying

    George Williamson

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  64. nightime - my little one was forgetting he did wear a nappy any more

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  65. my daughter quite enjoys the pull ups x

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  66. knowing when your child is actually ready for potty training

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