Potty Training Giveaway with Contours

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Potty training might be one of the trickiest milestones for new parents and toddlers to tackle. For the majority of parents (with the exception of Judgey Judgerson down the street), potty training take a lot of blood, sweat and tears to get the job done.

To help out our Baby Gizmo friends, we did a LIVE Facebook Q&A Chat today all about potty training with tips and tricks to get it all done a little easier. We aren’t miracle workers but we hope that this chat helped you out. If you are past the potty training stage, therefore making you a master at potty training, and still attended our LIVE chat to share your wisdom, thank you!

We know our people not only love tips and tricks but giveaways as well, we decided to give away three Contours Bravo potties! Three lucky winners will each receive a Bravo potty by Contours!

The Contours Bravo is an easy-to-clean 3-in-1 potty that makes potty training easier for all! The potty seat transitions to a toilet trainer that fits most round and elongated toilet seats. A convenient step stool with carry handles provides a secure slip-resistant grip for the floor when they are ready to go themselves.

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HOW TO ENTER:

This giveaway STARTS now and ends at 11:59pm EST Monday, October 2, 2016. US ONLY.

Rafflecopter is back for this one but we are making it SUPER EASY to enter! Only a couple of mandatory entries and the rest are optional entries. You can do them if you want or not.  But let us warn you – if you want the extra entries, make sure you actually do the entries! If you click on “leave a blog comment” on the Rafflecopter widget – make sure you actually leave a blog comment. We check! If you don’t do the actual entry – it doesn’t count! You won’t win. We’ll both be sad.

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60 COMMENTS

  1. i always put under pants on them starting with over their diaper then gradual with out to make them more excited about using the potty with Irish twins its hard to get the both of them on track but its kinda working

  2. I have been trying to potty training since he was two he is three now. I do have him going number one but not number two it is an on going thing with us lol I guess I will really have to buckle down he is growing so fast!

  3. For little boys, throw a handful of cherrios in the toilet and tell them to sink the cheerios with their pee. It’s fun and they love it.

  4. I need this one bad . I forgot to add my potty training tip is make a game out of it , I have done pee on the cheerios , my son loved that one. my youngest loved to go outside and pee on a tree . thank you for this giveaway I love the potty !

  5. Would love to win this awesome potty for my grand. I started slow with my son and always praised him when he went to potty. I found letting the water run slowly in the sink seemed to help him get started.

  6. dr phil says to find out what’s important to your child (their “currency”), and use it as a reward for successful potty experiences

  7. My daughter is just six months old and this would be perfect for her. My mom told me the best way to potty train Allie is to take her to the bathroom with me every time I go and put her on the potty while I’m using the potty

  8. A couple of potty training tips I have heard of is to use M&Ms as a reward for using the potty and letting the child pick out their favorite character big kid underwear to motivate them. ????????

  9. I have always heard that you should ask them if they need to go multiple times a day to get them used to the idea of going when they get the urge.

  10. I don’t remember any real tips when I was training my Son. Just the old ‘ boys are harder’! Lol!
    Now, trying to potty train my twin Grandsons and it’s not fun. One tries too hard, the other doesn’t care. Lol!

  11. I had been told to put cherrios in the bowl for them to aim… Never did try that method but maybe I should have as now my boys (6 & 11) seem to get it everywhere!

  12. Potty training tip: set a timer! Start with every 15 minutes, then slowly bump to every 20 minutes and eventually every 30 minutes!

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