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We are excited to partner with Jojo Maman Bebe on their latest event ‘Potty Talk’!

Potty training can be both exciting and daunting in equal measure which is why we have joined forces with Jojo Maman Bebe to bring you a week of potty-training help and advice with everything you need to get started on your potty-training journey with your little one.

The ‘Potty Talk’ event will be in Jojo Maman Bebe stores across the country from 1st to 7th April with in-store promotions, prize giveaways and free goody bags for every visitor. Check out our free potty-training guide in your goody bag for expert tips and advice to help you potty train quickly and easily.

Are you ready to potty train?

Most parents decide to potty train their child when they are between 18 months and 36 months but there is no right or wrong age to potty train, the more important thing to consider is whether your child is ready.

Potty training will be much quicker and easier if you wait until your little one is both physically and mentally ready. This is also true for you as parents, so pick a time that works for you too so that you are relaxed and prepared. 

Don’t try to potty train when you and your child are going through any big changes like moving to a new house, having a new baby, starting nursery or if it is a busy time of year like Christmas.

Pick a week when you don’t have any plans, make sure you have everything to hand that you will need and settle down for a week dedicated to potty training your child in a relaxed and comforting environment.

YOU WILL FIND ALL THIS AND MORE AT THE POTTY TALK EVENT IN JOJO MAMAN BEBE STORES FROM 1ST TO 7TH APRIL

Key signs to look out for

☆ It can be helpful to wait until your child has reached certain milestones before you start to potty train. If your child can walk, sit down, stand up and climb the stairs with ease then you know they will be able to get to the potty or toilet when they need it, but it is also important that they can pull up and down their own pants.

☆ Also watch for signs that your child is interested in going to the toilet and that they are aware when they are going in their nappy. If they follow you to the toilet and ask questions about what you are doing, or if they stop talking or playing when they are filling their nappy then this would suggest that they are getting ready for potty training.

☆ Another important sign to look for is whether your child has a dry nappy for 2-3 hours at a time. This will indicate that they are starting to get better bladder control and will be able to stay dry in-between toilet stops when you start potty training.

☆ If your child has reached most or all these milestones then you are probably ready for potty training, so head down to your nearest Jojo Maman Bebe store to pick up your essential potty-training kit.

If you visit a store during the Potty Talk event, then you will get a copy of our potty-training guide ‘The Potty Diaries’ in your free goody bag which explains how to potty train your child in 6 easy steps.

Be sure to pick up:

✓ Two Potties – One for upstairs and one for downstairs.

✓ Travel Potty – The Potette Plus folds flat and comes with its own carry bag so it conveniently and hygienically fits in your changing bag, buggy or car. The disposable liners ensure mess free potty training on the move.

✓ Child’s toilet seat – Fits inside the toilet seat will help to make the transition to using the toilet far easier. The Potette Plus converts easily in to a toilet training seat.

✓ Chair protector – protects your car seats and buggy in the early days.

✓ Pants – Buy lots of pairs so you won’t need to worry about any accidents.

✓ Sticker Chart – Pick up your free Potty Talk goody bag and get a Potette Plus reward chart included.

✓ Booster Step – To help your little one reach the sink and the toilet.

✓ Mattress Protector – Protects the mattress from any night time accidents.

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