Monday, 4 May 2015

Dry Like Me book Review and Giveaway

Hands up I will admit I sort of think I have this potty training down to a fine art, I mean both my kids took to it quite well, we haven't had any major trauma or lasting effects and we all survived!

So when Dry Like Me asked if I'd like to review their potty training book I didn't think I would gain much from it, I did think it would be nice to have a little refresher though and something for Termite and I to read together. (Poor girl gets nowt new being the third, she's queen of pre-loved)

Hands up again! I actually learned some tips i had never thought about before, for example in preparation for starting, change all nappies in the bathroom. That way there's an association between toileting and the TOILET! This has never occurred to me I change bums on my knee!

The book has 5 sections,

Preparing

Signs of readiness

Going for it

Keeping going

Night Time

 

There are also check lists, certificates and stickers to use as rewards


Overall I love this book the tips are hand the story is nice and the stickers are cool. The illustrations are very child friendly and its bright and colourful. Dry like me offer some great additional products to help you along the potty training path and because they are so lush they are offering one of you lucky lot the chance to win this starter pack worth £24. Just fill in the rafflecopter form below

 

 

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25 comments:

  1. Paula Readings7 May 2015 at 15:23

    Patience & keep asking if they need to go.

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  2. do not start too early start when your child is ready

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  3. Don't start too early. They will get there in the end!

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  4. Put the potty in the bathroom to encourage your child to eventually use the toilet x

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  5. We have bought two really cheap potties and try to get the girls to understand. We aren't even contemplating starting yet but good to have around x

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  6. Rebecca Cusick15 May 2015 at 08:05

    I don't have a tip because I've only just started the nappy to potty transition but I have enjoyed reading the other comments/tips x

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  7. Make sure they are ready :) Mine will be turning 3 soon and still isn't ready!

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  8. Be patient and always take spares with you!

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  9. Patience and lots of spare pants

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  10. Patience & keep asking if they need to go. - leanne w

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  11. To try and get them to sit on the potty or toilet for more than a few minutes read them some books or find an entertaining app on tablet as they get bored very quickly

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  12. I would guess being patient is important. I haven't started training my 2 year old, but it's going to happen soon. So I'll need to remember this myself!

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  13. it will take as long as it takes, it will all fall into place.............................eventually!

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  14. Have a lot of patience! Even when you think you're making good progress, three will be some setbacks but these will only be temporary so keep a cool head and keep on going!

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  15. Kelly Summerfield18 May 2015 at 09:15

    Be patient, when elliot has asked for his nappy on I just pop it on, he soon wants it back off. I just let him be/feel in charge/control of it all xx

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  16. Dont take any notice of what other people tell you about when you should start potty training. Do it when you and your child are ready, take your time and stock up on disinfectant x

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  17. Never start too early!
    Eve Burke

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  18. Nope, that's why I need the book

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  19. The sticker chart worked the best for my little girl x

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