This review and giveaway was made possible by Double Duty Divas and Pampers. I was compensated for my participation in this campaign, but all opinions are 100% mine.

 Potty Learning Package

My youngest daughter is really starting to be interested in the potty. She just turned 2 and so it seems a bit early – but this mama is thrilled! I am sure it is because she sees her sister going all the time and wants to as well. She even yells “me go potty, me go potty” and tugs at her diaper when she has to go – more often than not anyways. That is why I decided it was time to move away from diapers. She struggles at getting them off and sometimes ends up going in her diaper before I can go help her and get it off. I really want to encourage early potty learning with her, so I was excited to receive some Pampers Easy Ups!

Pampers Easy Ups

This is such an exciting time for us and I am thrilled to have Pampers along for the ride – a brand I trusted as a diaper, and can now trust in the next step. My 2 year old will be going to “preschool” two days a week starting in September – and while they allow diapers, wouldn’t it be awesome for her to be using the potty? I plan to really work with her on potty learning this summer. It is a commitment the whole family has made. My 3.5 year old keeps asking if she can share her panties with her sister – a cute idea, but no. Haha. It is good to know she is totally on board with her sister using the potty though! I know that “training pants” are the perfect transition from diaper to underwear. It will provide the underwear like design, but still be there to protect if she does have an accident (and keeps the mess away too). It was really important for me to be able to use these at night to prevent any setbacks.

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I love Pampers Easy Ups because they have fewer leaks than other leading training pants and help simplify the overall process and experience. This is a time to celebrate and not be stressed out! They have an absorbant core that holds 25% more than other training pants as well. And with up to 12 hours of protection, it works during the day AND night, enabling toddlers and moms to confidently and completely transition from diapers towards underwear. They are super soft and comfortable for her. She has really sensitive skin and we have had no issues at all with these. Yay! My daughter is rocking it with the pee, we just have to tackle poop in the potty and we will be good to go! That is why I am super excited to read It’s You and Me against the Pee… and Poop too! with her. I just know it will help her understand that poop is OK to do on the potty!

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The Little Looster Step Stool and Potty Ring pair perfectly in helping my daughter learn to go on the potty. My 3.5 year old loves the stool as well because she is rather short and has a hard time getting up on the potty sometimes. The Potty Ring makes the large toilet seem less daunting to my little ones – and it hangs on the included hanger for easy storage as well. These are definitely two must haves while potty learning!

Please join @Pampers on April 21st from 9-10pm EST as they host a Twitter Party with Dr. Laura Jana, pediatrician, award-winning parenting book author and potty training expert who co-authored to Its You and Me Against the Pee…and the Poop, Too! RSVP here: http://vite.io/doubledutydivas. I will be there, will you?!

Pampers Easy Ups

Giveaway Alert

Enter to win a Pampers Easy Ups Potty Training Prize Package which includes a pack of Pampers Easy Ups. a Little Looster Step Stool, a Potty Ring, a “It’s You and Me against the Pee… and Poop too!” book and a $50 AMEX gift card. Be sure to check out my other giveaways while you are here and GOOD LUCK!

Pampers Easy Ups Potty Learning Package

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The opinions expressed here are that of Mama Smith’s only. While the products in this post were given complimentary (unless otherwise stated) for me to review, that does not alter my opinion of the product(s) mentioned. This post may contain sponsored links and affiliate links (which will be stated at the beginning of the post).