Having four children and potty trained two so far, I think I've learned pros and cons about potty training a toddler. With our first child I could see things that I never wanted to do again, so with our second daughter it went much more smoothly in her success. Now we're on to our third child who is three years old, and while she's being a little stubborn about the process, I wanted to share some tips and tricks to push our children along the way when it comes to being fully potty trained.
I feel as though you get what you pay for, and this is why I prefer to use Pull-Ups with my children. Pull-Ups training pants have unique patterns that fade when wet to help your child learn to stay dry, and the easy-open sides make it easy to for possible accidents. Since they’re stretchy it also allows children to feel like they're being a big kid because they can slide on and off with ease. New Disney designs feature Doc McStuffins, Ariel, Jake and the Never Land Pirates,Lightning McQueen, Sophia the First and more. Characters are an important part of the training process because your children see their favorite characters, similar to the joy of picking out their first big kid undies later down the line.