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Pull-Ups Say Adiós to Diapers Meet-Up #SayAdiosToDiapers

Pull-Ups Say Adiós to Diapers Meet-Up #SayAdiosToDiapers

This past Saturday the stars aligned.  My husband was home and I was able to head out for a few hours and attend the Pull-Ups® Say Adiós to Diapers Meet-Up with a group of my favorite Latinas.

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The invite came on the heels of my third child digressing from the entire potty training fiasco.  I’ve done this twice before, so you’d think I’d be a semi-pro.  The truth is my boys have each made my attempts at breezing through motherhood a new journey each time.  My youngest (38 months) has been my first child that I actually fully relished in all of the baby moments.  I never pushed him to make transitions or leave his babyhood to quickly.  I look back at my oldest two boys and remember how much we pushed them to grasp table food, to take their first steps…

This time around I slowly introduced these milestones, waiting for the ques that he was ready and it wasn’t coming from a book I read or family member telling me he should be doing this and that by now.  Saturday’s intimate lunch with Jeannette Kaplun, Will from Pull-Ups and other local Latina mom bloggers was just what I needed to push through this potty training journey. Pull-Ups Say Adiós to Diapers Meet-Up #SayAdiosToDiapers

Group Photo Outside 3 Pull-Ups Say Adiós to Diapers Meet-Up #SayAdiosToDiapers

Jeannette and Attendees 3 Pull-Ups Say Adiós to Diapers Meet-Up #SayAdiosToDiapers


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I am very grateful for this luncheon, it shed light on our potty training goals and how we could move forward without the stress.  Simple steps that make potty training a welcome journey.  Pull-ups are an intricate tool to getting our little guy comfortable with the transition of saying adios to diapers.  It still allows him to have accidents without the embarrassment and feel like a big boy wearing something more comparable to undies so that he can continue potty training anywhere.

Michelle Cantu is a digital influencer, entrepreneur and business owner. She built a thriving community dedicated to supporting parents and inspiring moms. Michelle is in her fifth year of homeschooling her 4 kids with her husband right outside of San Antonio, Texas. Instagram, twitter and facebook.

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5 thoughts on “Pull-Ups Say Adiós to Diapers Meet-Up #SayAdiosToDiapers

  1. What an awesome way to get potty training advice! We have finished that stage with our oldest, but our 4 month old will be there before we know it. I have noticed I’m letting him do things on his own time more than I did with my first.

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