Dry Like Me are the new, smarter way to potty train. The award-winning, handy little potty training pads turn all pants into potty training pants by adding an absorbent layer to give your little one extra confidence when learning to live without the nappy, and help to ease the pressures on you.
To celebrate the launch of their first ever TV advert launching in April, Dry Like Me is giving away a ‘Smarter Way to Potty Train’ pack worth £24 The packs contain each variety of Dry Like Me pads, a lovely reward chart and stickers, and their award-winning book ‘How to Potty Train’ – all the tools you need to help your little one achieve potty training success!
Dry Like Me pads help your child to recognise their body’s cues for the loo, a key part of potty training. While they are learning, they capture small accidents and so reduce the mess and stress.
Soft and comfortable, they are suitable for children of all.
TIME TO START?
Research shows that around the age of two years old is the best time to start potty training. In fact, nappies could be ‘masking’ that your child is ready. Look for the clues…
- Can your child communicate with you?
- Does he/she have good physical skills, such as being able to walk and climb stairs?
- Can he/she take direction, like being shown how to wash hands?
If you answer yes to these and your little one is around two or more then don’t be afraid – go for it!
Jude and Di, the mums who created Dry Like Me, have lots of tips to help with potty training.
One of their top tips is that, before you start, begin teaching the routine of going to the toilet. Take your child into the bathroom with you to ‘practice’ everything from turning on the light to waving off the poo, washing hands and closing the door.
For more information, practical advice and special offers go to www.drylikeme.com.
Dry Like Me are available from most major supermarkets both online and in-store, on Amazon, and directly from Dry Like Me in their online potty training shop. We used them with Max and I think they are fab – you can read how we got on HERE.
To enter to win the potty training pack, click Rafflecopter widget below, as many entries as you would like – good luck!
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Competition Terms & Conditions:
- The giveaway will run from 8am on 4th April 2015 and run until 11.59pm on 18th April 2015, GMT.
- The prize is for one Dry Like Me potty training pack.
- Sorry, entry is for UK residents aged 18 or over only.
- Entries can only be completed through the Rafflepcopter widget.
- All entries will be checked and verified.
- The winner is chosen at random, using random.org, from all valid entries.
- The winner will be announced on 20th April 2015 and the winner will be emailed, as well as announced through AAUBlog’s social media pages.
- The winner will have 72 hours to respond with their details, otherwise a new winner will be picked, following the same procedure.
- The item will be sent out once winner’s details have been received, from Dry Like Me direct.
my only tip is to take time, it will all fall into place…………….eventually!
Keep trying and one day it will just happen
My best tip would have to be to just take it at the child’s pace…don’t compare your own experiences to those of others, it really doesn’t matter if your child takes three weeks or three years to get out of nappies, they will get there eventually in their own time 🙂
For boys put a ping pong ball down the toilet and it makes it fun as they aim at the ping pong ball 🙂
Rewarding and encouraging parent support x
This is my first tie trying to toilet train and need all the help I can get.
We plan on potty training in the summer. I figured he can play in the garden with just his pants on and thats much less messy that weeing all over my carpets hahaha. He’ll be 2 in june so maybe a month or 2 after that. Already got him some awesome pants with different transports on, which he loves so I cant wait for him to wear them. and he comes to the toilet with me, so he has an idea… Wish me luck
My advice would be to wait until your child is completely ready as only then will they toilet train. Also, even though it can be stressful its important that your child sees that you are calm and if there are ‘accidents’ that it doesn’t matter, just keep going and smile 🙂 xx
This would be my first time – daughter has just gone 2 so would be looking for handy tips from others
Don’t stress out, they all learn so let them go at their own pace
Expect lots of accidents. To get kids to sit still on potty try using a tablet to keep them amused or read some books.
Lots of patience, and praise and we have a sticker chart that seems to be working x
My boy is coming up to it, fingers crossed!
dont stress out and make it as fun as it can be lol
I don’t have any children but would love to win this prize to donate to charity, to go to Romania.
Have patience and give lots of praise. Act and think positive!
I am about to start potty training with for the 3rd and final time! I would say that expect a few accidents and dont worry they will get there eventually!
This will be my first experience! Archie is 18 months old so a few months to go yet xx
Don’t try and do it until you feel that your child is ready, it can put them off if you make it into a negative experience.
Be patient and don’t be disappointed it if it doesnt work out as planned the first time you try.
It will be my first time potty training, and im kinda dreading it
Lots of praise.
we put glitter into the potty- makes glittery wee 🙂
Try, try and try again, and lots of encouragement
This is going to be my first time potty training!
Keep trying. It does take time.
Do not rush 🙂
My daughter is 2 and a half, we have tried potty training a couple of times and not getting anywhere so she obviously isn’t ready still. My advice would be don’t force it!
do not rush things and start when your child is ready
Be patient and do not get angry
encouraging parent support is the main thing x
First time for me so thinking of doing a star chart!
This would be my first time at potty training, my son will be 2 in June 🙂
It’s going to be my first time! I’m helping look after my nieces as their parents can’t care for them at the moment, and I don’t have kids of my own, so any help I can get to make sure I do a great job with them would be amazing!
i would say make it fun and lots of praise
This is going to be my first time. I’m going to work on being patient and going at her pace. (She’s 2 1/2 so I hope her pace is somewhat quick.)
Don’t start until you are sure your child is ready.If you try to soon it will only upset your child and make the next attempt more difficult.
My first time, so far my lb is refusing to go on the potty or toilet.
This will be our first time so its good to read the tips
Patience – and be ready for the accidents
I am currently potting training my daughter and I am looking for tips. I will be reading other peoples comments
This would be my first time so looking forward to reading all the useful tips given here.
Be patient and dont worry if it takes a while
Make potty training fun and not a chore and make a massive deal over all attempts x
be patient,make it fun,they will do it in their own time
Keep calm, take spares and just ride it out. It gets easier over time.
Rome wasn’t built in a day and don’t expect miracles in the first few days.
This is my first time potty training so loving these tips!
My tip is to put regular cotton pants under training pants so they feel themselves getting wet but you don’t get a stinky carpet!!!!!
We found that letting our eldest little girl go shopping with us to choose her very own potty and her very own ‘knick knicks’ worked wonders! She got really excited about her shopping trip and was eager to start trying to wear them and user her potty x
Don’t stress about it too much, kids generally let you know when their ready-of course there’s gonna be accidents along the way but getting to go to the toilet and wear clothes like the grown ups around them is soooo exciting for kids!.
Make potty time part of your everyday routine so that the child gets used to sitting for a while. We are just thinking about starting potty training with my grand daughter and it needs to be a stressfree time.
This is our first time – eek! Hoping to start in the summer, fingers crossed!
For boys encourage them to aim with ping pong balls in the toilet / potty x