My newest Pull-Ups potty training post is live at my review blog. It covers our first day actually potty training T, and it went...surprisingly better than expected. Huzzah!
After receiving an almost comically large shipment of Pull-Ups a few weeks ago, it was time to commence the potty training process in earnest. (For those of you just tuning in, I have recently been appointed a Pull-Ups Potty Ambassador, writing about the process of helping my son, T, make the transition from diapers.)
I did a LOT of research before commencing the process; not in a creepy over-involved parent way, but more in the “OH MY GOD I HAVE NO IDEA WHAT I’M DOING, LIKE EVEN A TINY LITTLE BIT AIEEEEEE!!!!” type of way. As I’m sure you can imagine, there are as many theories and philosophies about potty training as there are weirdos at an American Idol audition. It was important for me, therefore, to check out everything, see what worked for other parents, and distill the most promising ideas to something that would work for my kid’s personality. Here’s what I came up with: