Sunday 7 August 2016

Win a ‘smarter way to potty train’ pack worth £17!

We've taken baby steps with Ethan's potty training for the best part of this year. We've tried to encourage and not force things and to be fair, whilst he's still in nappies, I feel like this way of doing things has helped him come around to the idea in his own time.

After a period of ignoring the potty, we are now in a routine where he will use it every evening at least once for a number one, and he's telling us more regularly that he needs a wee when we're out and about, so all is going well.

It's just the consistency now and also encouraging him to use the potty for more than a wee. He's done it a few times at nursery but again, not consistently, so I think now is the time to really focus on this and get a training routine in place.

And that's why I'm joining in with the Dry Like Me 'Potty Training Live' programme that's currently underway.

Dry Like Me is 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 free summer potty training programme, Potty Training Live!, Dry Like Me has given me a ‘Smarter Way to Potty Train’ pack worth £17 to giveaway. 

The packs contain each variety of award-winning Dry Like Me pads and a lovely reward chart and stickers – 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.


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!

Sign up for Potty Training Live!

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

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.


Some really helpful advice there, and I'll let you know how we get on. 

If you'd like the chance to win the potty training pack I have to giveaway, just click on the Rafflecopter link below to enter - competition closes midnight on Thursday 11th August 2016.

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