Potty Training Giveaway with BabyBjorn

Potty Training Giveaway

Potty Training Giveaway

It’s POTTY TRAINING MONTH!! Yeah!! Oh wait, that’s right, potty training is one of those parenting journeys that you must go through that isn’t particularly fun with kids. While some parents are able to get the job done in a weekend (or so they will tell you!), for the majority of us, it’s a nightmare that keeps on going for months and sometimes even years before we are successful at toilet training our little ones.

Whether you are good at potty training or not, we make it through. We’ll all make it through. Your kid will not go to college in a diaper, I promise. No matter how many times that annoying neighbor down the street or that know-it-all at playgroup tells you they were able to potty train little Susie in one afternoon, believe me when I say, they are lying. No child potty trains completely with no accidents in an afternoon. Or a weekend.

There are always accidents.

She is just not telling you about the time that little Johnny peed on the Small World Ride at Disney World because he gave her 10 second notice as they were going through Holland with the little Dutch children dancing in wooden shoes as Susie’s pee was filling his shoes.

It’s hard work.

While potty training is one of those rites of passage that every parent must go through, there are some things that might make things go a little more smoothly.

That’s right, if you are prepared, hopefully it will be easier. Today, we have teamed up with BabyBjorn to throw a “Potty Training Giveaway” so that one lucky parent will receive four of our favorite BabyBjorn potty training products!

Here is what you can win:

BabyBjorn Potty Training Chair

I always recommend that you get your child a special potty so that they can be excited about their potty training process. Sometimes the regular potty can be scary or intimidating for kids so a potty that is just their size will definitely help.

BabyBjorn Potty Chair

The potty chair is ideal for times when your child wants to sit on the potty for longer thanks to its sturdy and ergonomic design with smooth edges providing your child with maximum comfort. It has a high backrest and the comfortable armrests mean that your child can just sit back and relax.

BabyBjorn Smart Potty

Chances are that you probably have more than one bathroom in your home so having a potty for your child in your second bathroom could only help, right?
BabyBjorn Smart Potty
The Smart Potty is ergonomically designed with soft lines to provide your child with maximum comfort. The smooth, rounded edges of the potty and inner potty won’t pinch your skin. There is plenty of room for the legs, making it easier to sit down and stand up. The rubber edging along the bottom ensures that the potty rests firmly on the floor without sliding about.

BabyBjorn Toilet Trainer

When it’s time to start using the BIG toilet, it’s important that your child is sitting comfortably. The ergonomic design of the toilet trainer ensures that your child will sit comfortably and correctly. The toilet trainer’s rubber edging and the adjustable dial underneath will ensure that the seat is firmly attached and safe for your child to use.

BabyBjorn Toilet Trainer

BabyBjorn Step Stool

The step stool has an anti-slip upper surface to prevent your child from falling, even with wet feet. The rubber edging underneath will keep the step stool resting firmly on the floor when your child is moving about. The design makes the step stool stable and prevents it from tipping over.

BabyBjorn Step Stool

For this giveaway, one winner gets it ALL! Yep, the lucky winner gets all four prizes. Good luck!



One (1) BabyBjorn Potty Chair

One (1) BabyBjorn Smart Potty

One (1) BabyBjorn Toilet Trainer

One (1) BabyBjorn Step Stool


This giveaway STARTS now and ends at 11:59pm EST Sunday, June 25, 2017. US ONLY.

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  1. Giving the child a book filled with lots of colorful pictures keeps them engaged. Also never force your kid. They will someday be interested.

  2. I potty trained in the summer so they could run around with just a shirt & trainers/nothing on the bottom. Then we stayed close to home for a while before venturing out.

  3. We use treats as a reward system, then someone said stickers work too. I get a bit grossed out at food in the bathroom, so stickers are a good idea!

  4. Best advice is don’t rush it. Let it happen. Forcing it only makes them push back. There will be accidents and steps back.

  5. I’ve heard of letting them roam around naked in the house and obviously positive reinforcement every time they use the potty!

  6. I’ve tried the naked and reward method with my first…getting ready to potty train my second in July during my vacation days. Hoping it works again.

  7. Be consistent. My daughter tells us when she needs to potty, but we have to make sure we take her every time or she’ll stop telling us.

  8. Please help me get my 2 and 3 yr old boys out of diapers! They sit on the potty with their special sticker book but then just flip through the pages for about 40minutes with no pee pee….

  9. I done this with both my boys and it worked perfect. Both potty trained by 2.

    #1 I dont push the issue
    #2 i let them be naked in the house
    #3 i put the potty chair in whatever room they are in
    #4 when i go to the potty i bring his chair in and encourage him to sit on it and tell him to do what im doing.
    #5 lots of clapping and positive comments

    Works everytime with my children

  10. My twins are just about ready to potty train and I’ve heard it’s best not to rush it and wait until they’re good and ready.

  11. My best tip is to have patience Different children train at different times….even kids within the same family.

  12. My best tip is to reward your little one for going potty. We gave stickers each time they used the potty and ice cream for dessert if they went a whole day with no accidents.

  13. BRya bee on fb here. One tip I’ve used is get excited! The more you’re excited the more they will be too. And the more they’re the are the cooler potty training is.

  14. My kids received treats such as a couple of m&m’s for going potty. Because candy was a very rare food item for them. That and drinking a lot of fluids was what worked for me.

  15. Waiting until they are ready is the best. My son refused to potty train when we started and will hold it for hours.

  16. I have potty trained my first kid years ago and she did not learn potty until 4 years old but daytime only. Now my second kid is almost 4 and on potty training but she still not going at all, I put on a training pant like training underwear panty for her but when she pee, she just take off and pee on the floor, lol. My 3rd girl is 2 but she can get use to potty train well than my first and 2nd. Each child is different, just can’t force them.

  17. I’ve rewarded my now big kids for using the potty when they were potty training and it’s worked very well. Hoping it’s the same with my little one now.

  18. We have tried using prizes for pooping on the potty (because peeing isn’t an issue), but in all the months that she’s been peeing on the potty, she’s only gotten 3 poop prizes ???? Not as successful as I was hoping for!

  19. I used a watch that had alarms for every 45 min or so to go on the potty and try to go. That worked great until my kid learned how to shut off the alarm on the watch so it didn’t interrupt his playing.

  20. I used sticker rewards for my daughter. They worked really well. Unfortunately I didn’t use a sticker chart so all my furniture is covered in them lol I will be using a chart this time around lol

  21. To let them go at their own pace. Obviously encourage them to go on the potty but don’t be aggressive about it

  22. The best one I have heard is to potty train in the summer. It is easier on the laundry and the child because less clothes and easier to get up and down!

  23. Best advice that I have is wait until your child is ready to use the potty. In my opinion that makes the process go faster when the child is ready. Thank you!

  24. You’ll know when they are ready. They need to want to do it and do it at their own pace. Each kid is different. We are patiently waiting for our two-yr-old to be ready

  25. you need to wait until the child is ready, you can’t force a child to potty train! Patience is a virtue! Give it time and it will happen!

  26. Everyone says girls are sooooo much easier to potty train. My 2yr old little girl is being WAY harder to potty train than my little boy was! No one believes me! I’ve been doing a lot of laundry. Sometimes I think she is too darn smart. She is holding out for the good treat or a better reward. Stickers on a chart aren’t cutting it in her book.
    The best advice I read for potty training was give the kids a gummy fiber. (ONLY ONE) Toddlers are too impatient; They don’t like sitting around for the big show. The extra fiber will make it a tad bit easier to eliminate.
    Stay strong parents. Summer is potty training season!

  27. Make sure you are ready to commit to it. Going back n forth from diaper and no diaper confuses the child and makes potty training harder.

  28. One tip I’ve heard, and probably the one that makes the most sense is to hang out at home for a long weekend, kid in just underwear, and going to the potty every 10 minutes, or some other regular interval. We’re about to start with our almost 3 year old soon…

  29. A potty training tip we have used that we learned from my daughter’s daycare is a potty song we sing and cheer we do when my daughter goes to the potty.


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