Win a Smart Way to Potty Train Pack

Tuesday, 7 April 2015

Win a Smart Way to Potty Train Pack

potty training pack


I am glad to say that Potty Training is officially behind me. I can safely say that every child is different and does it at their own pace. Some need more encouragement than others!

I have to admit that when I was potty training little man I hadn't heard of Dry Like Me. They are award winning potty training pads worn in children's own pants. Award-winning Dry Like Me potty training pads were created by Mums, Jude and Di, when they couldn't find anything that helped to move their potty training children away from nappies and into their own pants. They commissioned independent research which showed the pads reducded accidents after only one week. They are certainly something that I would have liked to try with middle man.

Dry Like Me are sold by most supermarkets, Amazon and on the Dry Like Me website.

They have just launched their first TV campaign and to celebrate Dry Like Me are giving a Smart Way to Potty Train Pack to one of my readers. The pack contains four boxes of Dry Like Me pads, a "How to Potty Train" book (written by Jude and Di) and a sticker reward chart. It is worth £24. If you think this might be what you need to encourage your little one, just complete the Rafflecopter below. Good Luck!

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57 comments:

Kirsty Fox said...

I find it frustrating that I now completely worry about everything, especially whether I am doing things the right way!

Sharon said...

When your little one learns how to say no, and not afraid to use it! x

Monica Gilbert said...

Parenting can be so full on. It's hard not having a break sometimes.

Kim Neville said...

When your toddler thinks they know everything and having a tantrum for no particular reason

Martina Pichova said...

when you can't reason with them, whatever you say they are right and you are wrong

Susie Wilkinson said...

Trying to stay one step ahead all the time and trying to pre-empt their next moves!

Paula Readings said...

Not being able to soothe them when they are ill.

Angela Louise said...

Keeping them entertained x

Plastig Ffantastig said...

When you don't know and they can't tell you what's wrong :(

Keith Hunt said...

Finding family finding parking spaces full with builders vans.

Lara Davis said...

unwanted advice xx

Lyndsie West said...

Late nights

nicola clarkson said...

being tired all the time

Harley Richardson said...

Bedtimes!

Sarah Walford said...

The stalling when you are trying to get the children to do something they don't want to do!!

laura stewart said...

when they don't listen and yo have to repeat yourself 10 times

Sara Janeg said...

Tantrums!!!

Kristiina said...

Not being able to sleep enough

Claire GriffithssoontobeAldrid said...

bedtimes because my youngest as night terrors and sleep walks

Claire Woods said...

Dealing with tantrums!

❄❄️️Kate Cass❄️❄️ said...

Not enough time! This definitely leads to not enough sleep! Time please!

Clare Hubbard said...

the tantrums :(

LeeLee Doodygirl Mse Newsome said...

Sleeping problems, both my son and daughter wake during the night every night. My daughter has to go back to sleep in her pram first downstairs and my son wont go back to sleep unless hes in my bed its very tiring

Hayley said...

answering back

Victoria Thurgood said...

not wanting to go to bed alone

lynn heath said...

I find the act of balancing the demands of work against the demands of the family, The family obviously come first but most days I just find I don't have enough hours in the day

Karl Borowy said...

lack of support

Emma Falvi said...

lack of sleep

emma j lowe said...

Being asked why ive said no!

Julie Ward said...

Whats right or wrong and nagging

Nicola Lynch said...

Not getting enough sleep, it really has a knock on effect on the day and being able to deal with things logically and calmly.

kasia said...

Not getting enough sleep and time for myself

Claire Thomson Little said...

lack of sleep

suey1969 said...

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

Teresa Sheldon said...

Being given advice by well intended family and friends all of which is different andconfusing at times

Donna Large said...

the tantrums

Ellie Spider said...

other people's opinions and unwanted advice!

Colin Anderson said...

the feeding part

Laura Whittle said...

Public tantrums

soneailiami said...

lack of sleep

Allan Fullarton said...

Tantrums in public

Alix Smith said...

Another vote for public tantrums!!

Vickie Jackson said...

Tantrums about nothing in particular!!

Kerry Lethbridge said...

Whingeing I hate it

Anne Kiaz Brookes said...

When they are old enough to answer back.

Cat Culmer said...

How the most simple task, like popping to the shops can become a mammoth and stressful task

Corinne Peat said...

Tantrums and trying to reason with them

kristina trick said...

sleep deprivation and then the guilt you feel for not keeping on top of housework.

Minnie Beth said...

Having to prioritise what to spend my time on and housework always coming last x

leanne tobin said...

Putting the children in childcare when i should be the one looking after them x

Rita said...

Other peoples comments on my kids behaviour or comparisons

Matt Brasier said...

Tantrums!

Jill Fairbank said...

Them knowing so much more than you

Caroline Howard said...

The lack of 'me time'

AishaKeane said...

the lack of sleep and no time to pamper myself however i wouldnt change him for the world xx

Tori Healy said...

Not having time to just enjoy them

Monika Suchonska said...

no privacy