How to Simplify the Last Step of Potty Training

How to Simplify the Last Step of Potty Training

February 3, 2014

This post is part of a social shopper marketing insight campaign with Pollinate Media Group™ and Cottonelle but all my opinions are my own. #pmedia #CtnlCareRoutine

How to Simplify the Last Step of Potty Training

I’ve mentioned before that Bella was amazingly simple to potty train. She’s been completely day time trained for nearly 2 years, nighttime since October, and we’ve never had any major issues with it. There are times she still needs us, and those are mainly when there is a problem with the wipes. We’d bought a few different kinds, but no matter what, she’d leave the lid open or have such a rough time pulling them out they all went at once. Leaving us with a huge stack of wet wipes to try to stuff back in or dry ones to toss.

How to Simplify the Last Step of Potty TrainingWhen Cottonelle® asked us to try their new Clean Care Routine, I figured it was worth a shot. We’d stopped buying wipes because I was tired of throwing half of them away. Yet most 4 year olds I’ve worked with aren’t quite ready to have just toilet paper and call it a day.

I mean really. Let’s be honest here – everyone poops.

Isn’t that a book?

How to Simplify the Last Step of Potty TrainingI loaded the wipes container and had Bella try to pull a few out to see how they would work. She did in one-handed, and the other wipe stayed behind in the plastic – where it wouldn’t dry out.

How to Simplify the Last Step of Potty TrainingThen we placed it by her potty (I’d love to know how many of you have this, it seems to be so popular) and even left the lid open. No struggling. No sobbing that she couldn’t push a button to open it or half the wipe was already crunchy. Not a peep. It’s really the ideal kind of dispenser for a potty training child about 3 or older.

How to Simplify the Last Step of Potty TrainingI ended up pulling out our cheapo toilet paper and comparing it with the Cottonelle® Ultra Comfort Care to see the obvious difference. You can understand how a young child just learning about personal care would have a hard time with flimsy toilet paper.

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  • Sara

    February 6, 2014 at 12:12 pm

    Why did I not think of leaving wet wipes easily accessible for wiping training? DUH. 🙂

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