Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Potty Tots to the rescue!!! #Giveaway

Do you have a tot and thinking of 
starting to potty train?
If so I want to tell you about a great program.
The Potty Tots are a group of adorable characters.
Through stories and songs they will give 
your child the confidence and motivation,
to become potty trained!

We were sent the boy kit.

It came with a potty chart

A fun football field to play the potty game on.

A sheet of character cling on's.

A book and a cd.

My little guys eyes went huge 
when he saw all this stuff.
He was showing signs of readiness,
this would be the extra support he would need.
Well of course the first thing he wanted
 to do was put in the dvd.
And I kid you not he watched it like 6 times in a row!
He loved it.
The songs are really cute and catchy.
And the characters are adorable.

So it was time to introduce the 
potty chart in the bathroom.
I let him pick out the character he wanted to be.
Put the charts right at his level!
And we went over the 6 steps.
1. Pants down
2. Go potty
3.Wipe with toilet paper
4. Pants up
5. Flush
6. Wash Hands

He was excited!
And we had success he went to the potty!
His big sister helped him wash his hands real good.

Now it was time to move
his guy on the football field.
He was smiling and felt like such a big boy.

I had him tell me the 6 steps again.
He was really loving this program.

And he went right back to watching the dvd.
Oh might I add he didn't want his diaper back on.
He was chillin in his undies.
I was a bit nervous, but a couple minutes later
he said he had to go potty.
We quick ran and he went again!
Double YAY!!!

Bed time came and he asked Daddy 
to read him his new Potty Tots potty book.

He loves this book!

Then next day was the same he had more 
interest in the potty then ever.
He woke me up asking for me to put 
on the Potty Tots dvd.

Since he liked the dvd so much,
I knew he was going to love the web site.
They have hide and seek with the Potty Tot's.
He has a lot of fun playing it.
Here take you little one there and let them play!

So it has been a few weeks and I am happy to report.
Merlyn is almost 100% potty trained.
He knows when he has to go and he lets me know.
We rush to the potty and he gets there on time.
Then we have a big celebration when he scores a potty point!
The chart and potty game really helped him.
Giving him something to follow and look forward to!

This program is easy to follow
and keeps potty training fun!
I love how happy and positive
this program has made him about
the potty!

Now here is the really exciting part !
Jill from Potty Tots is going to give
one of my readers their own Potty Tots kit of choice.


Or Girls

Kit Includes:
• A story/guide book
• Animated DVD -featuring three original Potty Tots songs and 2 bonus music videos
• One 11"X17" Illustrated potty chart 
(easily wipes clean with damp cloth)
• One 11"X17" "Toilet Bowl"progress/reward game with clings 
(easily wipes clean with damp cloth)

(Goes for$12.95 on the Potty Tots site)

Go check out
The have tips, potty humor, a whole bunch
of great products to help your kids succeed
in potty training!

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All entries will be verified before a winner is picked!

I received a sample of this product to facilitate my review, 
but my opinions are entirely my own.


  1. I learned that as a general guideline, reports from the American Academy of Pediatrics indicate that only after the ages of 18 months to 24 months do children begin to have the cognitive, emotional and physiological developmental skills to begin potty training.

  2. omg. the kids are so cute and the picturesa are so pretty >.< your blog is very cute! keep in touch


  3. Thanks! The kids are super cute! My little guy loves them!

  4. I already knew that toddlers aren't usually ready to learn to go potty until around the age of 2, this varies of course from child to child (I had 7 and it varied a lot!). I must say that we never had anything like The Potty Tots Program and I think it's a marvellous way to make learning to go to the potty fun instead of a chore. Children learn everything better when it's fun to do.

  5. I would love to win this I have a one year old son

  6. I learned that the support charities like the Angel Foundation.

  7. Potty Tots is winner of Start-Up Nation's Honorable Mention Award for the Most Innovative Product of the Year

  8. I learned there are bloopers and secrets in the dvd such as Ally is missing her earring in the Potty Song.

    Kelli Avery

  9. The song is catchy! My daughter would love it. cozycreations07 at aol dot com

  10. I learned that it supports charities

  11. Amazing creation! Thats just what my newly turnred 3 year old needs to be confident it has been a rough ride with potty training for the past 4 months she just wont go #2 in the potty please help spending extra money on diapers when we could be putting that toward extra toys for her. Help me please!!!

  12. I was surprised to learn (although I dont know why I was) that they support charities. That's really awesome!

  13. I love that they support charities. makes me like them even more

    jamie tucker
    tuckersaver at hotmail dot com

  14. It is important to keep track of how often your child goes to the bathroom. Reminding them to take a potty break every half hour or so will help them make the connection between the feeling that comes when they need to go potty and getting to the potty.

  15. It was very well presented...would be perfect for my grandson!