Weknow there are many fears and frustrations that come with potty training and we want to help! Please, comment below, we want to hear! What worked, what didn't? Do you need our advice? We're happy to weigh in and help.
I would buy these, anyone else?! It's hard enough to get dinner on the table every day, let alone find time and ways to indulge. What are your secrets to getting a little "me" time into your schedule?
Potty training is tough on moms, dads & Mother Nature. Here is a tip on how to keep the process as “green” as possible & the waste to a minimum (and we aren’t talking about the poop!)
Well, if you add up the average cost of diapers per child, potty training will save you $790 per year! That's a great reason to start potty training earlier and to be consistent and persistent with your tactics to help out our green planet by reducing waste and to reduce your own expense. We're sure that every family can find a great use for that money they save once their kiddos are potty trained!
At what age did you start potty training your tot? How did you know it was the right time to start? Do you have any regrets? Share your thoughts with our community in the comments below. We believe that every child shows signs of being ready at some point, but sometimes you have to get your potty started to meet the demands of preschools and other situations. We want to hear about your frustrations and successes to help us be the best potty training resource around.
Did you know that many disposable diapers & pull-ups release VOCs such as ethylbenzene, toluene, & xylene. According to the EPA, some VOCs are carcinogens. Others can cause neurological problems, eye irritation, & decreased immunity. Does this scare you or what?!
Share with us, we want to hear! What was your most hilarious potty training fail? Did you bribe your kiddo with candy? Did you let them pee all over your mother-in-law's fancy couch? Did you let them sleep in their wet sheets? Did you end up using disposable training pants for WAAAAY too long? We know. Potty training is just as hard for parents as it is for kids. If only BottomZz Up was around when we were potty training the first time!
Scary fact: The absorbent center in disposable diapers & pull-ups is made from SAP. Once used in tampons, SAP was responsible for the cases of Toxic Shock Syndrome associated with the products. SAP also irritates skin, can cause staph infections, and may be related to other health problems, as well. Yikes!