My Son is a Big Kid with Pull-Ups Learning Designs! #ByeByeDiapers

| October 2, 2015 | 12 Comments


Check out this video of my son and I talking about our potty training experience!



This is our little guy.



Potty training our son has been such a rite of passage for him. He wants to do everything his big sister is doing, and he can’t wait to be done with diapers! He wants to be seen as a Big Kid and potty training will get him get that much closer to holding this status. He has a smile on his face every time we go to the potty to try and complete a “successful mission.”

We love being able to help our son through this process. We know we are letting go of our baby, but we realize that he is becoming more of an individual, and well, we are ready to give up diapers, too! We also believe that giving him a sense of pride and confidence while he potty trains is an important step in our son achieving this goal. It will allow him to know that we are proud of him whether or not he is successful on the potty.

Our son was pretty adamant about when he was ready to start potty training.  Besides reaching the age of two, he gave us some very clear signs to inform us he was ready to say Bye-Bye to Diapers. He verbally was telling us that he wanted to use the potty. He was curious about using it, and he wanted to know what it was like to use them. Our son also wants to be more like his big sister. They are the best of friends and he wants to do everything she does. Finally, he has been asking for underwear. There have been times that he has whipped off his diaper, no longer wanting to wear his diaper so he could wear underwear

When it came time to decide which training pants to wear, we knew we had to choose Pull-Ups. We have used them in the past with our daughter and she enjoyed wearing them. She loved learning to potty train in Pull-Ups, so we thought our son would enjoy them, too.

We love using Pull-Ups Learning Designs for our son during potty training.




There are so many features that help us through potty training. They have unique patterns that fade when they get wet so children can learn to stay dry. There are easy-open sides that allow us to easily see if we need to change his Pull-Ups. I love that they are stretchy so our son can practice putting on and taking off his Pull-Ups like a Big Kid. Our son loves that one of his favourite Disney characters is featured on them, so they can follow him on his adventures in potty training.



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Our son is one step closer to being more independent, and Pull-Ups training pants are helping him achieve this goal.




This post is sponsored by Pull-Ups® Training Pants. The opinions and language are all my own.


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  1. mrdisco says:

    that looks like a quality product

  2. Elizabeth Matthiesen says:

    My grandchildren all wore pull-ups and it did make things a lot easier along the route of potty training.

  3. mrdisco says:

    diaper technology sure has come a long way

  4. kathy downey says:

    There was no pull-ups when my kids were young,but i sure wish there would have been.

  5. JaimeeM says:

    Thats awesome I loved moving passed the diapering stage. Pull ups are great

  6. kathy downey says:

    I have to grandkids in pull-ups now and on their way to diaper-free

  7. Mandy says:

    Great to hear it seems your potty training went pretty well with no resistance! I hope when my LO will be ready soon too and there won’t be much mess! Thank you for the article, it was helpful.

  8. Stephanie LaPlante says:

    Aww the new designs are adorable…& what a cutie he is.

  9. kathy downey says:

    I love their design

  10. kathy downey says:

    Awe,he is a darling

  11. kathy downey says:

    My granddaughters all wore pull-ups and it does help with training

  12. Debbie White Beattie says:

    It’s amazing how we went from cloth to disposable and from training pants to pull ups; technology !

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