Due to weather and flu outbreaks, we were for sure pushing the deadline for our Pull-Ups in-home party. We finally decided we would gather who we could up that was here in town and make sure we had fun, no matter how many we could get. It was flooded on the back-roads here, anybody who lives in the country will understand being stranded. None of this was going to spoil our fun, Jacob went around all morning yelling PARTY and we would laugh, saying yes at 1 O’clock everybody that can make it will be here and he’d start clapping.
At 1 O’ Clock our Pull-Ups First Flush Party started, with or without all invited, Jacob was not going to wait one more minute, he was excited and ready to roll!
Due to having a 3 year old in the house nothing got opened till the day of our Pull-Ups in-home party. That way I knew there would be nothing missing. Jacob is sitting here checking out all the stickers that he can earn by doing things, like telling us he has to go to the potty, going to the potty, flushing, washing hands and so on. He’s asking if he can please have just 1 sticker. So off to the bathroom we go, so he can earn his stickers for his potty chart.
He has decided he can conquer this potty training and he’s going to rule the bathroom in this house party. As he’s doing everything I’m snapping pictures with my fingers crossed they all would turn out.
We made a huge chart to hand on the wall of the bathroom right beside the sink. Jacob knows this is his potty chart and was eager to get some stickers on it. He sat on the potty and of course flushed, it don’t matter if he does anything at all flushing is a must for him, plus it’s also great to get him in the habit of flushing after he gets up. Of course washing his hands are never a problem, that means he gets to play in the water. Jacob is for sure a typical and normal 3 year old.
Pull-Ups left nothing out of the party packs for the Pull-Ups First Flush in-home party. Everybody was amazed at the book of coupons with $3.00 off a bag of Pull-Ups, a progress chart, a free photo book which we can’t wait to make, stickers to go on the chart and no party is complete without party hats and awesome blow toys that make lots of noise.
The Learning design fades when they’re wet so you know you need to change them, The velcro on the sides makes these Pull-Ups really awesome in my book! Jacob couldn’t be happier that the Car’s theme is on his Pull-Ups we used that to our advantage telling him he had to be extra careful and let us know when he has to potty so he don’t ruin his Cars big boy pants.
We all colored, played Simon says and of course we had lots of goodies for everybody to eat. We may not have had a house full like we wanted, but we for sure enjoyed every minute of it and Jacob had no clue there should have been a whole lot more there. So no harm was done, but there was a whole lot of fun. Next year during winter time I hope house party’s for kids are thought through just a little more. I think spring and summer are better times for them, plus the roads will be safe for travel. We do have the party packs labeled with everybody’s name so they can stop by and get them when it’s safe.
Are you potty training? Well here is a Pull-Ups Big Kids App you should download, so you can share all your big kids victories and tips.
Disclosure: “I participated in a campaign on behalf of Mom Central Consulting for Pull-Ups. I received product samples to facilitate my review and to host a party. I received a promotional item as a thank you for participating.”