Celebrate The First Flush With Pull-Ups & A New App ~ Giveaway

Potty training – the dreaded task all moms must undertake. It’s another step in the transition from baby to big kid (sniff sniff), and while exciting it is also a lot of messy work. One day soon (but not too soon – I hope) it will be time to potty train my baby girl. (Fingers crossed for quick success!) This time around I have a new tool at my disposal — the Pull-Ups Big Kid App.

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The Pull-Ups Big Kid App

Designed to compliment the standard potty training arsenal – potty charts, stickers, candy and lots of praise – the app features Disney characters and interactive games. To further encourage potty training, games are unlocked through stars collected as your child makes potty training progress.

I know that my oldest would have loved to have played games with Minnie Mouse and gotten a phone call from Cinderella to congratulate her on her success, so I have high hopes this app will be fun and helpful for my little one. (Moms of boys, the app includes Cars characters and Mickey Mouse too.)

The Pull-Ups Big Kid App is available (for free) from iTunes and Google Play. Once downloaded, special identifying markers inside packages of Pull-Ups® Training Pants can be scanned with the Pull-Up* Big Kid App to activate the interactive Pull-Ups Big Kid 3D Celebration, where Disney characters including Rapunzel and Mickey come to life.

Pull-Ups Big Kid Potty Training App

The First Flush Sweepstakes

The most important thing to remember when potty training is to celebrate all successes. To that end, Pull-Ups wants to help celebrate The First Flush with a sweepstakes. One grand prize winner will receive a four-day family vacation to Walt Disney World.

To enter visit Facebook.com/Pull-Ups and upload a photo or a story of your little one’s first flush celebratory moment, whether it’s a cheer, a smile or high-five by February 28, 2013.

Plus those who enter by January 22 might see their child’s First Flush appear on a billboard in Times Square during a larger-than-life celebration on January 29. Now that’s a celebration.

Here’s to your potty training success!!!

Pull-Ups Big Kid Potty Training App


To help you on your way to potty training success, one luck reader will win 2 months’ supply of Pull-ups, wipes and a Potty Training Celebration Pack.

To enter – Please use the Rafflecopter form below to take advantage of your entry opportunities.

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84 thoughts on “Celebrate The First Flush With Pull-Ups & A New App ~ Giveaway”

  1. Hmm, giving my son a car when he poops on the toilet. I am hoping a chart might work. We have been very unsuccessful with my 2 and 3/4year old son. I know it takes awhile and to be patient. We have lots of potty seats. I am using pull-ups store brand though lol can’t afford the nice ones. He will pee on the toilet but can’t figure out how to get the poops going.

  2. Don’t start too young! It just leads to frustration for everyone and your child will be trained FASTER if you wait til they are old enough to even start the process.

  3. Biggest potty training tip is to always remain calm and don’t show any frustration. Your child will get it eventually, but you don’t want to make them feel bad in the process.

  4. Don’t force your child, it doesn’t work. It ends up being painful all around. Encourage them to try and they will let you know when they are ready.

  5. I am currently at the very beginning stages of potty training my son and he’s my first so everything is so new to me, as well as him. My only tip this early is to be patient and to go at their pace. Its a process, and if they’re not quite ready, it will only make it that much harder and stressful. Thank you for the chance to win!!

    Shannon M

  6. Don’t force it on them! When their bodies are ready, then it is time. Otherwise, you will find yourself very frustrated and losing patience with your little one when it really isn’t his/her fault!

  7. Sitting on the potty afeter a meal for a short time usually did the trick when my kids were small. Now it grandkid time.

  8. We just waited to see the signs that they were ready, and it went really easily. My son just decided one day he wanted to wear big boy undies. Also, make it easy for them with step stools and the insert-able potty seats that help them feel safer on the potty.

  9. In the beginning we set a timer to ask every thirty minutes. As my daughter began to get the hang of it the time in between grew longer. And eventually wasn’t needed any more.


  10. My number one tip is making sure you are consistent. making sure that you are making it as routine as possible and sitting them on the potty around the same time each day. Don’t give up!


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