Plus depending upon your child’s interests, their enthusiasm for certain characters or even toys may be to your advantage when getting them interested in using the toilet.
My son happens to like watching his favorite Disney shows when he uses the bathroom, as well as getting a piece of candy or sticker as a reward.
We actually took a trip up to Dollar General to purchase him Pull-Ups and to pick out special items for his Potty Training Rewards Jar.
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The items we bought for his jar included his choice of candy and stickers from one of his favorite Disney Movies.
However, now he only gets a reward if he tells me that he has to go to the bathroom and he uses it.
We hide our own Pull-Ups in the house and used it as a way to reinforce counting, problem solving, and also discussed where the Pull-Ups are stored. (Which is the same place where he goes to the bathroom)
Want to know more about your child’s readiness to Potty Train? Be sure to take the Potty Training Personality Quiz.
My son’s results were a “Bear Cub” and based on those findings, he is pretty much on track for his age and personality.
Any potty training tips or fun activities you have found success with?
Carlee @ LAAF
This post was sponsored by Pull-Ups® and Dollar General but the content and opinions expressed here are my own.