Pull-Ups Bon Voyage Party & Free Printable Potty Chart #PullUpsPottyBreaks

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This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Huggies Pull-Ups.

Now that Rachael’s on the (what we hope to be) last leg of Potty Training we’re stepping up the game. We’re going all out to make sure she knows how awesome it is to go potty. We bought tons of big girl panties and are planning a special party for her when she’s ready to say goodbye to wearing Pull-Ups. It’s a scary time because it means she’s growing up, but it’s also a time for all of us to be super proud of her.


Our Bon Voyage party is going to be a blast, we’ve already started shopping for it. Rachael’s picking out her favorite decorations, Conner is helping too – it’s a family affair! Everything is going to be pink and purple, Rachael’s favorite colors. I’m sure we’ll throw in some Monsters since her Monsters U Pull-Ups have been such a hit. She’s already teaching her dolls to go potty and guess what they wear to help? That’s right, Monsters U Pull-Ups! We’ll have use for them long after Rachael’s potty trained.

The only real issue we have left now with potty training is nap time. That seems to be the most popular time for accidents but I’m proud to report she’s getting better! Making sure she goes potty before napping is important – we just can’t always catch her before she falls asleep.


Free Printable Potty Chart

I created this printable potty-training chart to help motivate Rach to keep track of her success. This is perfect for her and any other little girl who loves to color. You can also get stickers to put in the slots to symbolize a successful moment. Whichever motivates your child the most – because motivation and praise are key when it comes to potty training! Just click on the image to get the full size free printable potty chart. Make sure your print settings are set to print as landscape.

Free Printable Potty Chart #PullUpsPottyBreaks

Pull-Ups helps take the scare out of potty training by making it fun and easy with new Monsters U character training pants! You can help make potty training easier by staying consistent and using rituals like the potty break. Make it a game and ask your toddler, “What does a little monster take?”…“A Potty Break!”

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This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Huggies Pull-Ups.


  1. says

    I love that potty chart! I was hoping my daughter would be ready to potty train by now. But sadly we still have a ways to go before she is ready. I am anxious to get it done, but struggling to not push her before she’s ready.

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