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Potty training with both my girls has been two steps forward and one step back. My oldest is completely potty trained, daytime and nighttime. Haley, my youngest who turned 3 in March, is sooo close. I know consistency is key during the potty training journey but we just took our very first family vacation to Savannah and she wore Pull-Ups pretty much the entire time.

I knew she would never stay dry for the entire 5 hour drive and honestly I didn’t want to deal with the hassle of stopping at every other gas station for a potty break.

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Haley likes to pee in her pants and then tell me she needs to go. She still likes being a baby and doesn’t have the drive to be potty trained like Natalie did. However she does like having her own special potty.

Pull-Ups recently announced an exiting new partnership with The First Years, a maker of potty training systems and seats. The First Years offers a range of different potty training systems and seats, even some decorated with Disney characters to help make potty training as fun as possible! Right now with the purchase of a specialty potty system from The First Years you will also receive a free sample pack of Pull-Ups Training Pants to tackle the potty training journey!

Even though Haley isn’t quite as independent as Natalie was, I’m confident she’ll get it eventually. Since vacation is over and we’re back to the real world, I think we need to kick start our potty training journey (again) with a Potty Training Celebration Chart or the customizable Rewards Wheel on Pull-Ups.com!

Bid Kid Rewards Wheel

Pull-Ups.com has a lot of great activities for encouraging little ones as well as resources for parents like the Big Kid App available on Apple and Android smart phones. The Big Kid Timer from the Pull-Ups site reminds me to ask her to go and really helps maintain a potty training schedule.

Find more tools and resources from the Big Kid Academy at Pull-Ups.com or on Twitter and Facebook.