Wednesday, 1 April 2015

Dry Like Me Giveaway

Potty training, it can be one of the hardest times for both parents and their little ones. A learning curve that can take time. Last year I was lucky enough to review the Dry Like Me range, these are handy pads that can take away some of the stress that comes with toddlers learning to use the potty/ toilet.

They are easily stuck into knickers/pants adding an absorbent layer to your child's underwear, allowing them to go without a nappy and giving them the chance to build up their confidence without going through copious amounts of clothes, a big relief to us mums and dads.

I really liked them, soft and comfortable and a real help when going out and about.

Dry Like Me are now celebrating the release of their first ever advert and they want to celebrate with all of you. So to get the party started, they have allowed me to give away a 'Smarter Way to Potty Train' pack to one lucky reader.

The pack will contain a variet of Dry Like Me pads, a reward chart with stickers and their award winning book, How to Potty Train.


To have a chance of winning all you need to do is fill out the rafflecopter form below. The giveaway is open to UK residents only and will close at 11.59pm on the 28th April 2014. Make sure to enter correctly as all entries will be checked and verified.

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Good luck everyone.

xxxx

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58 comments:

  1. Don't try and rush it - wait until the child is ready and it's a lot quicker and easier!

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  2. Wait until they're read - it's a million times easier!

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  3. To keep trying, its going to be hard work but try not to get disappointed, it will happen x

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  4. Get them used to the potty early but only start potty training when they are really ready

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  5. Don't stress about it and be honest with other mothers. Don't tell them your child is almost potty trained when he isn't, don't make it into competition.

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  6. i put glitter in the bottom, encouraged my daughter to use it so she had glittery wee :)

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  7. I found the easiest way was when my children could understand, then when they have nappy free time, then that was the best time to teach them, once they had an accident a few times, and I responded to it, they soon realised

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  8. Don't rush and don't panic, it will click in time!

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  9. I always try to do this in the summer, and place the potty outside, it has helped all of mine and kept the carpets a bit better!! And lots of patience and encouragement x

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  10. take your time and don't panic it will all fall into place ......eventually!

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  11. They will go when they are ready no matter how much you try! X

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  12. To just be patient :)

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  13. start potty training when they are ready

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  14. Don't worry what everyone else is doing, they'll do it when they're ready and if it becomes an issue it'll be much harder for them

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  15. Keep trying. They will get there in the end!

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  16. Be patient. If you try and it doesnt work out don't be disheartenend just forget about it for a few weeks then try again.

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  17. Patience and praise are the key elements!

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  18. ive not done potty training yet, but keep reading that to wait until the child is ready is best bet

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  19. I haven't started yet, but I'm going to work on not getting frustrated with accidents. I work in a nursery with some kids potty training, so I'm getting some practice dealing calmly with accidents on carpet.

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  20. I don't have any children but would love to win this prize to donate to charity, to go to Romania.

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  21. To try and get them to sit still on the potty find an interesting app on a tablet or read books. They get bored easily

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  22. To try and get them to sit still on the potty find an interesting app on a tablet or read books. They get bored easily

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  23. All kids are different when they are ready it will click

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  24. Go when they are ready x - leanne w

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  25. A star chart and reward system! Kids love this!

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  26. This would come in very handy for my little boy!

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  27. don't rush them make it like a game

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  28. Unfortunately I dont have any as yet, I'm about to start with my little man next week and need all the tips I can get! I read not to ask them every 5 mins if they need a wee as they'll just get fed up, think that's the best one i've heard so far i think.

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  29. Keep at it! Summer is best because you can leave off the underwear, place a potty outside and it should work so much better that way!

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  30. Even if they sit on the potty doing nothing whatsoever - they still deserve praise :)

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  31. Even if they sit on the potty doing nothing whatsoever - they still deserve praise :)

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  32. Make sure you carry lots of spare clothes so that any accident is just a blip - not a worry

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  33. We're just starting potty training so have no tips but will red the ones above :)

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  34. Plenty of discussion, nappy-free days at home, encouragement, praise and stickers!

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  35. Leave your child until they are ready to potty train never force them to do it x

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  36. start use potty when child is less than 12 months

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  37. don't rush them just cos ur friend little one who is however many months younger is dry they will do it in there own time and will let u know when thay are ready x

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  38. We're just about to start and we're going to wait until he's ready and if we need to stop and try again we will.

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  39. Keep calm and it will happen no rush in their own time

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  40. none yet! My daughter just turned two so we are thinking about starting soon

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  41. The only potty training tip I have is be patient and expect some setbacks but work through them. First time I've had to go through this process!

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  42. Be patient - for learning to wipe use wet wipes - they give more feedback than dry toilet paper and help the child feel where the wipe is, for little boys make it a game by getting a target stuck to the back of the toilet and aiming for it (you can buy them on ebay :) )

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  43. Be persistent but patient at the same time. Always congratulate them and make a big deal when they do use the potty and don't give up.

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  44. Be patient they will do it when ready.

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  45. Kelly Summerfield28 April 2015 at 09:27

    Don't make a fuss, Little one has been refusing to use the potty for ages,I can see he's trying to get a reaction from me, so I smile and say ok. The other day he told me to take his nappy off because he wanted his potty. they will do it when they are ready x

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  46. No real advice as such, just wanted to say, its not for the faint hearted! ;) (@FCWedding)

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