Dry Like Me | Giveaway

Last week you may have seen my review of Dry Like Me potty training pads. I think they are great, much better than pull-ups and have worked really well for our toddler. So I’m thrilled to be able to offer one of you a Dry Like Me starter set, including 4 packs of the potty training pads and a reward chart with stickers, to get you on your way to potty training and hopefully get you involved in #pottytraininglive.


To be in with a chance of winning, please click on the rafflecopter link below and complete as many entries as you would like (commenting is mandatory, the rest are optional).

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Good luck!

I also have another giveaway running HERE to win tickets to VegFest UK in September.

Rebecca x

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The giveaway will run for 3 weeks and it is open to UK residents aged over 18. All entries will be checked. Winner will be chosen at random using the rafflecopter widget an the winner will have 48 hours to respond, if not, another winner will be chosen. Please contact me if you have any questions.


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  • I started potty training Freddie a month ago (he turned 3 on July 10th) we moved house end of February and I had my second son in January so potty training wasn’t on our agenda until we had well & truly settled in & Freddie was ready. For us age wasn’t an issue it was waiting for when he was ready and giving us the right signals.

  • This will be my 2nd time but with a 11 year age gap it feels like the first, just going to go at my daughters pace. My first would only use toilets would never use a potty so will see what happens this time.

  • we are currently in training, luckily we started in the warm weather and my little one has been running around with no pants on. i reccomend a different potty in each room, we have 2 downstairs, one in her bedroom, and a carry potty! this way she wont become dependant on one type of potty. My little one is starting nursery in 5 weeks (shes 2.5) so we are time preasured. shes picked up the potty really well, but struggling with the toilet.

  • i have finished potty training with my 3 year old few months back, i found it alot easier when we were out than if I was in house in the house she always seemed to have accidents ebut we got there eventually just keep trying

  • Start during the Summer when your little one can romp around in their pull-ups or pants – so much easier for them to pull them down when they need to ‘go’ rather than undoing trousers, pulling down tights etc!

  • I’ve been through it once before – my best advice would be to be fully prepared for accidents -‘You can never have to many pairs of pants’ – make sure you take a potty in the car – and practice makes perfect.