Why NEW Pampers Easy Ups Help Kids to Underwear Train


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Pampers Easy Ups

In August 2016, Pampers launched new and improved Pampers Easy Ups Training Underwear and it has been a HUGE hit with my 3 year old. We were struggling with potty learning a bit and I am shocked at how quickly Pampers Easy Ups helped her underwear train! They are designed to fit, feel, and look more like real underwear – while still providing outstanding Pampers leakage protection. As soon as we opened ours up, I could tell that they were going to get us where we needed to be. They were super soft, stretchy, and extremely easy for her to pull up and down herself. She was so excited to get her own “underwear” and was telling everyone she met all about it.

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Beginning underwear training a huge step in the process – and guess what? Since we started using them, she has only had two accidents – TWO! And I wouldn’t even call them accidents because the Pampers Easy Ups absorbed her mess with no leakage, no issues – no problem. Because no two experiences are the same, keeping it simple and laying the proper foundation are essential – which is where Pampers Easy Ups come in. They help little ones and their families during their potty training journey. My daughter is now well on her way to being fully underwear trained, and I am one excited mama! When I gifted her the new Pampers Easy Ups, she was thrilled. Just check out this adorable unboxing video we did. She couldn’t wait to get them on!


Why do I think she has been so successful with the new Pampers Easy Ups? Easy! These three reasons…

  • They fit like underwear with a 360 degree stretchy waistband. (They tear easily when needed too!)
  • They feel like underwear with a cottony feel on the outside.
  • They look like underwear with Thomas the Train™ and Dora the Explorer™ graphics all the way around the pant.

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…all while still having the leak protection I have come to know and love from Pampers! Easy Ups is the only training underwear with Extra Absorb Channels™, helping to keep toddlers dry during the day AND night. Dual Leak-Guard Barriers™ around the legs prevent the leaks that can happen when they are on the move. For more than 50 years, moms and dads have trusted Pampers to care for their babies’ happy, healthy development. Pampers offers a complete range of diapers, wipes and training pants designed to provide protection and comfort for every stage. My daughter loves her Easy Ups so much that she doesn’t want to mess in them. She keeps them in her underwear drawer and treats them like real underwear.

Pampers Easy Ups Underwear Drawer

Pampers Easy Ups are available nationwide in sizes 2T-3T, 3T-4T, and 4T-5T. Save on your new Pampers Easy Ups today! Pampers is offering a coupon that you can print at home for $2 off 1 pack of new Pampers Easy Ups Training Pants. Help make the potty training process easier and more affordable with this high-value coupon. You can clip the Pampers Easy Ups coupon at: http://www.coupons.com/brands/pampers-coupons/! Visit the Pampers website to learn more about Pampers products, join the Pampers Rewards program, and find ideas and information to help your baby get the most out of love, sleep and play.


Pampers Easy Ups – the easiest way to underwear.

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  2. My potty training tips are to get a small chair for child so they can train easy while sitting in their chair on the floor, and give rewards. IT really works!!
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  3. Sherry Compton on

    Our rule for training or just in general is everyone goes before leaving the house, at least you need to try.

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  5. Cathy Jarolin on

    I had both of my Daughters trained before 2 yrs old. I used the potty seat that sits right on top of the toilet seat! For me it was the best way! Otherwise I would have to train them from the potty chair to the seat! So that is my tip for potty training! Worked great for me. 🙂

  6. Dont rush too much but also dont let a child turn 6 and not have them potty trained either- most times a child will ‘know’ when they are ready.

  7. shelly peterson on

    when at home its easier if they aren’t fully dressed so they don’t have an accident trying to get there pants down

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    Make sure to encourage and give plenty of rewards for potty training success!

  9. My potty training tip is to have a good reward system set in place. Pick a reward that you know your child would love to get. For my oldest grandson, earning 1 M&M for each potty success really kept him motivated.

  10. I have potty trained many o’ toddlers, mine and my grandchildren. Working on one right now. Anyways, my tip is consistency. It may seem tedious to stay on top of them and check with them every hour on the hour, but it works!

  11. Another tip is the monkey see, monkey do technique. My sons father would constantly take him to the restroom and they would use the potty together….obviously number 1. Haha but it really did work.

  12. The best tip I know is not to use a potty chair to start with. Go directly to a childs toilet seat on the adult toilet! This way you don’t have to train them again from potty chair to adult toilet! Worked Great for me!! 🙂

  13. Using a Childs potty seat on the big toilet first and don’t use the little potty toilet. Otherwise you have to train them again to use the big toilet not the potty chair!

  14. One tip I have is not to train your child on a childs potty then on the Big Toilet! Train them with a childs seat on Big toilet right away it will save you a lot of Hassel! 🙂

  15. My potty training tip, be patient and do not force it. All children are different and it will go a lot easier when your child is ready. 🙂

  16. The tip I can give you worked very well with my Daughters. I did not use a potty chair with them. I had a child’s seat that went right on the big toilet and that’s where I Put them when I was training them. If you use the child potty chair first then you have to train them to go on the big toilet next! That’s double work in my Book~ Lol 🙂

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