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Fluff Fridays - Week 11 *** CLOSED ***

Welcome to this week's giveaway!!!!

What would you win? The winner will get:
1-Bumwear pull on training pant with micro terry insert
1-Bummis Training Pant (new to our store!)
1-Tiny Tush Pull on Training Pant What to do? Simply leave a comment telling us what do you think works best for potty training a child: training pants or regular underwear and why. Please, have in mind that you need to answer the question EACH day to make it count. Don’t forget to leave a way for us to contact you if you're the winner. You don’t need to have a blog to win, but be sure to leave your email address if you don’t have one.

When? You should leave your comment before Thursday, January 15th at 8pm EST.
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How? We will draw one winner randomly with an "Online Number Generator" and will make a post with the winner on Friday, January 16th, and will notify the winner by blog or email that they've won.

Who can participate? US Residents and Canadians are welcome!

Important note about the winner: If we havent hear from the winner by the closing time of next week's giveaway, we will be choosing another winner that will be published TOGETHER with next week's winner. We promise to do our best to get in contact with the winners.

Good luck, and don’t forget to tell all your family and friends about the giveaway! What a better person to win that a friend of yours, in case that you dont win yourself!!!

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valerie2350 said...

i liked starting with training pants & then having the cool big boy underpants be a 'reward' for success

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The McKitterick Family said...

I haven't had the experience yet of potty training, my daughter is 18 months old, so this will be something that we will be experiencing soon enough. I think that I would be too afraid to potty train using regular underwear because I would think that it would be a really messy ordeal, so I think that I would use training pants. I am interested to see what other people say that have gone through potty training.

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Angela said...

For me it is the time of day and what we have going. If it is during the day and we are at home, it is underwear or nothing at all(I think that works the best) and if it is night or well we are out it is training pants... once are are done with diapers there is no going back and forth for us... There is just too much confusion.

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Jenn B said...

as with all things, it has been a combination, and different for both my kids. My son did best with underwear, having it wet all his clothes got through to him better than when it only got the underwear (or if i used disposable training pants...well, they were useless, he couldn't care less about the fading designs). however for my daughter, while using training underwear were useful for that "oh, it makes a big mess when i pee my pants" connection, she responded better to DISPOSABLE training pants than anything else!! We used them for going to church & when i explained that the "hearts go away" if she pees in her pants, she was mortified. She prefers to wear those crazy things & is so excited to see "i not make hearts go away!". Geez. We're now 2 weeks into it & thankfully she will not fight me on wearing actual cotton underwear, anymore. :) But I'd love some cloth trainers for naptime & night-time!

brietta said...

I'm not sure where I should put this comment, but I would love to see Kelly's Closet carry Kushies swim diapers. I am absolutely IN LOVE with the daisy print and like the idea of a swim diaper that has a bit of a liner (I wasn't impressed with the Imse Vimse I tried last summer), so I plan on buying that for my daughter this spring.

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brietta said...

I like using regular underwear during the day with training pants at night. This allows the child to feel the effects of wetting himself right away during the day (faster teaching, in my opinion) but doesn't force me to wash bedding constantly!

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Cecile said...

I tried to encourage my daughter to use the potty for months, but she would flatly refuse and keep going in her diaper or pull-up. Then I decided to go cold-turkey and only use underwear during the day. Well, after a week of accidents, she was able to reach the bathroom on time. I've never tried the cloth training pants, but I'd love to use that at night and for naps.

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Amanda said...

My DD is 15 months old and she has PP'd on the potty 3 times so far. (By chance mostly). But I think it's huge that she is not afraid to sit on the potty & she is not afraid of the flushing toilet. We have a book that was given to us about potty training for girls and she loves to sit on the potty and flip through it and it has a button with the flush sound and she thinks it's hilarious. So anyways, introducing her to the physical potty early on (11 months) and taking her in w/ me whenever I go...has gotten her use to the idea. Our schedules have been far to busy to be consistent w/ the training pants like we should be. But, the last time I put them on her she went well over an hour w/ out wetting them, which indicates she is learning how to hold it a little longer.

Shannon said...

Regular pants as that way they can tell when they are wet.

Christina G. said...

I don't have any experience with boys, but I can tell you that I didn't need to use training pants with my daughter. She was potty trained overnight. The secret is to wait until the child is ready, not when you're ready. When the child is ready, they will not want to have accidents.

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Deborah Wellenstein said...

My children are now in their 30's, and, if I remember right, they just usually walked around naked. I think I would prefer regular pants. Thanks!

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Brenda L said...

I think underwear would work better. When I started to use prefolds without covers, my son started wanting his diaper changed right after peeing--I think the PUL covers keep him warm, but without those, a wet diaper feels uncomfortable. It was shortly after that that he started holding his pee and peeing in the potty.

That being said--I don't like the mess that underwear creates, so we're using trainers and diapers until he's poop trained!

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Jes said...

we haven't tried either yet, but I'd love to get a small stash of training pants.

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one day in the life of me said...

I am not sure I'm the best to answer this but we used training pants, regular underwear and nothing. The only way I could get my dd to poop in the toliet was to go naked. I prefer the traning pants like gerber at the beginning since they can feel wet but it doesn't make as big a mess. I am dreading potting training with my younger dd now 22 months. She refuses to sit on the potty now. So we are waiting until she shows a little more interest. My older dd has been trained over a year now and still needs a diaper at nap and night time. So these would be nice for us to try out.

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the momma said...

With our 3yr old, once we made the switch cold turkey from disposable trainers to underwear, it took 3 days and she was able to make it to the toilet every time! And that was when she was 2 yrs 2 months! Our 21 month old is now wearing diapers but using the toilet throughout the day... usually only wet dipes at nap or night! Cloth trainers would certainly replace the diapers and make it just as easy for this preggo momma!

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Stephanie said...

Have not started potty training my little boy but just ordered some potties so the time is fast approaching. Yes, mommy is scared. Would think training pants best but ??
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stiner0305 said...

i would have to say ditch the store bought pull ups. they can't tell when they are wet or dry. my son potty trained within maybe 2 weeks when he was 2.5 yrs old. my dd was about the same age, and she was in reg old underware with a plastic pants over it to keep the mess in.

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Jess said...

I start out using training pants & then switch to underwear, mainly because if you just do underwear then your stuck cleaning underwear, pants, socks, & shoes which just sucks ;) My 2 yr old is throwing me for a loop the lil turkey will go potty alllll day long (in the potty) if hes wearing nothing but a shirt, that's right if I let him run around the house naked he does great however the minute something is covering his bottom he poops/pees in it! Grrrrrr

besosforpesos said...

Well, seeing as my daughter is not yet potty trained and I haven't given it the FULL effort (she's 17 months), I can't comment too seriously on this. I do feel like a quick transition to panties is important, though. When used, training pants should be used very briefly! I do CD and I would LOVE to try these out soon!
Thanks :)

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Kelly said...

My daughter is only nine months old, so I don't have any experience potty training, but I would think training pants would be a lot easier, especially in the beginning.

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EdenSky said...

This will be my first time trying cloth training pants. Last time around I used disposables. I think that training probably works best with regular underpants during the day, but a waterproof pant at night.

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Kelly said...

I'm in the process of attempting to potty train my child. At this point, I haven't figured out which works better yet. We've recently (as in the past two weeks) tried training pants on her with little success. We've shown her regular underpants that she can wear once she starts to use the potty more. She doesn't seem that excited yet - although she has started putting her stuffed animals and dolls on the potty, so hopefully, she's getting the picture.

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team krasean said...

It seemed like it took a long time to potty train my son who is now 4 years old. We used Bummis training pants at first and then went to underwear. As others have posted, we also had him naked to learn how it felt when he needed to go.

Potty training has been one of the most difficult parenting things for me.....we'll see how it goes with my second and third kids!!

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besosforpesos said...

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DianaTresco said...

Training Pants were more successful for me. I had 3 girls
trained at 18 months and my son at 20 months. You must be enthusiastic and enjoy the process as your child will sense your feelings.

Sharon said...

In my opinion training pants works the best. thanks for the giveaway

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Senior Family said...

i am not sure what is best .. my sister suggested going straight to underwear .. i am still not sure what to do .. i am looking forward to others advice :)

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Anonymous said...

We started potty training without a lot of success. So far, I've tried all methods. Regular panties with all clothes on seem to have made more of an impression, but a huge mess! We've decided to hold off a little longer before trying again.

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Angela said...

commented: "It’s Potty Time!"

Angela said...

For training it was underwear or bare bum at home and trainers at night and out and about.

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Nikki said...

I used the bare bottom approach during the day for my daughter. We kept her in diapers at night. She only had 1 accident while going bare, and she went bare for almost 2 months! At that point we explained that she could wear big girl underwear now, and made a big deal of it so she got excited about picking out "Dora" undies. She was completely dry, day and night, within 10 days. We went directly to regular underwear. I tried using the disposable trainers for outings and such, but she treated them just like diapers, so they were useless for us. I thought she learned pretty easily, with little stress on anyone. It helped that she was almost 3 years old and understood everything that was going on...it worked better for us to wait until that point because things went much easier! We'll see what happens with my son. Now that we're cloth diapering (we didn't with DD) I may try using the cloth trainers instead of disposables for outings, etc. He's only 18 mo., so most likely we won't be worrying about potty training for a year yet.

Denise said...

We have always started with training pants, pull-ups were brand new on the market when our oldest trained...we weren't impressed.

I like to take training slow, so we keep the regular underwear as a reward for doing well in the trainers.

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Al Henneberry said...

Our 18 month old doesn't want to think about the potty. We are ready to try cloth diapers

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Kelly said...

I am not sure, since my daughter is only 9 months old, but I am kinda scared to even think about potty training!

vboackle said...

we will need this soon.

oneinamil23 said...

Very cool! Pull-ups are so expensive and the minute they get wet my oldest used to rip it off. $$$ down the drain!

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kdkdkd said...

Well, I have been using the pull ups with my son with absolutely no results, he could care less if he wets them because they are just like a diaper. I am switching to training pants so he will feel that he has wet and associate it with what he felt before he went. Hope it works, at least for the days. I know it will be a bit longer before he is ready to be trained through the night.

Katie said...

I am trying training pants with my 2 1/2 yr old boy that I am potty training right now!!

I hope I win! I could really use these.

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besosforpesos said...

I am coming back for a second entry and I feel that training pants should be used for a short period of time only, with a quick transition to panties.
Thanks!

EdenSky said...

Monday- I think going naked actually works better than undies or diapers. But a waterproof trainer is a good idea for when that's not possible.

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Angela Sundara... etc said...

I don't like waterproof trainers because *I* get lazy and just let them go in the pants. Bad, I know. I put them in regular underwear, and they get a piece of candy for every drop they put in the toilet. For my son, that meant peeing every 10 minutes. But hey, at least his pants were dry! The rules: mommy has to see the pee/poop in the toilet. If she can't see it, it doesn't count. When he went dry for a good long time (two weeks or more) we stopped doing the candy thing, and enjoying wet pants was a distant memory. Worked like a charm.

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Jenn B said...

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the momma said...

We have had great success using regular underwear during the day and diapers at night and nap. But, I think an absorbent trainer would work better- no diapers at all to confuse the child as to when they can or cannot go in their pants! Yes using regular underwear is a little messy at first, but it only took our daughters 2-3 days (in a row)of infrequent accidents to make it to the toilet every time!

Jut and Chris said...

My lo is 19 months, so we haven't started potty training yet. But I think that I would start with training pants...the fear of numerous accidents would keep me from underwear.

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tiffnat said...

since my daughter is expecting her first baby it may be a little while before this could be used-but I think she would really like this.

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jenny said...

wow this sound realy neet i love to give it a try with my little one we are just starting the potty thing we been working on it for some time shes well at that stage where she no longer wish to where dippers but she wants to where pull ups and panty's any how please enter me infor this thanks

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Kelly said...

Monday comment: After reading these comments, I think I might have to try regular underpants. My daughter doesn't react at all to the pull-ups we've tried. She somewhat notices that she's wet in her training pants. Perhaps regular underwear is what we'll need to try next...or going around with a bare bottom for a little bit during the day. We'll see - it looks like it will be a cold week around here so if we stay inside a lot, it might be a good time to attempt some of these ideas! To all: Thanks for sharing your experiences!

Donna R. said...

I'd like to win this for my new grand-son. thanks.

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klp1965 said...

i think training pants work best plus they protect the furniture :)

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Think about it said...

i would love to win this for my cousin, she has 2 small babies. (toddler and new born)

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suburban prep said...

My sister just had baby #3 four weeks ago and she has a 3 yr old and a 2 yr old. She needs to train the 2 yr old. What she thought worked best was to train the 3 yr old with training pants after he had been using pull-ups for a bit and then after the training pants he now wears little boy boxers and he feels like he is such a big boy now.

Denise said...

I blogged about your giveaway.

http://ourfullnest.blogspot.com/2009/01/potty-trainingagain.html

sewingmema said...

So glad to hear training pants are still out there. My daughter is starting to potty train my granddaughter and I'd love to give this to her.

Denise said...

I commented on the Potty Time post.

The McKitterick Family said...

I haven't had the experience yet of potty training, my daughter is 18 months old, so this will be something that we will be experiencing soon enough. I think that I would be too afraid to potty train using regular underwear because I would think that it would be a really messy ordeal, so I think that I would use training pants... but a lot of people on here so far say underwear is the best way to go, and in my daughters 18 mo. check up today I ask and the doctor said the same thing, so I have things to learn and think about.

Chrys said...

For our first son it was best to start with training pants and move into "big boy" pants as a reward. No telling what the next one will be like, though...

bonobo said...

Well, since I have two 19 month olds and have just started crossing the potty training bridge, I don't know what works best, but I do know that we will be starting with training pants. we need some extra protection and absorbency. Thanks for a super giveaway!
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Justin's said...

I think the best way to PT is to let them go naked.

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Amanda said...

Left a comment on "It's Potty Time"

Amanda said...

Left a comment on "One Size vs. Sized Diapers"

Amanda said...

I purchased these Gerber training pants (cotton) and the white plastic covers to go over them. But, they are SO noisy and ugly. Then I realized that when I'm at home, it would be better to just leave the cover off anyways.

brietta said...

I commented on the One Size vs Sized Diapers post.

Amanda said...

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brietta said...

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one day in the life of me said...

I commented on, "It's Potty Time."

one day in the life of me said...

I commented on, "One Sized vs Sized."

Denise said...

I commented on the one size vs sized diapers post.

Denise said...

I prefer to start out in trainers, bare bum has not worked with my kids & I'm not a big fan of cleaning up messes from the carpet.

Nikki said...

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Nikki said...

The thing about doing the "bare bottom" thing is that it works best in the summer. Otherwise you have some cold bums!

Kelly said...

My daughter is only 9 months old, so I haven't had to tackle potty training yet, but am really not looking forward to it!

Kelly said...

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littlelatina said...

first training pants because they need to take one step at a time

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Angela said...

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Angela said...

If you are at home do not use anything... keep them on a washable surface and let them learn:)

Christina G. said...

1/13/09 - I think regular underwear are better so that you don't send the message that you're not really potty trained yet. Thanks for the giveaway!

Emily said...

I have not potty trained yet, my dd is 15 months old, so we will be thinking about this soon. I would have to say that I think training pants would be better at the beginning when you are first getting started and baby is first learning to go on the potty, and then underwear as they get more used to the process.

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Matt, Sara and Kinsley :) said...

i believe that training pants are better (because they save the embarrassment of wet pants.)

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Katie said...

This will be my first time using training pants. My first son wanted to wear underware and that was his incentive to potty train. My 2 yr old son who is potty training now is not as motivated by that, so we are using training pants for the day and diapers at night for him.

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mogrill said...

Keep a reward plan going and give LOTS of praise with every success~

The McKitterick Family said...

I haven't had the experience yet of potty training, my daughter is 18 months old, so this will be something that we will be experiencing soon enough. I think that I would be too afraid to potty train using regular underwear because I would think that it would be a really messy ordeal, so I think that I would use training pants... but a lot of people on here so far say underwear is the best way to go, and in my daughters 18 mo. check up today I ask and the doctor said the same thing, so I have things to learn and think about.

Cecile said...

I posted a comment on Potty training

Cecile said...

Do cloth training pants make that plastic rubbing "noise" when the child walks? I tried to put a cheap Gerber waterproof cover over my daughter's underwear ONCE... She hated it so much (and was very vocal about it) that I never used it again.

Al Henneberry said...

cloth diapers make good burp cloths too.

Amanda Fowle said...

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Amanda Fowle said...

We went straight to panties for my daughter and were pretty much potty trained in two days. At night, I did use waterproof/overnight trainers.

besosforpesos said...

I think a child should be transitioned from trainers to panties quickly!
Thanks!

poodlemom said...

I use training pants.

Jenn B said...

commented on the "one-size" post :)

Kelly said...

Tuesday comment: Pull-ups haven't worked for us at all. I've found that my daughter assumes they are diapers. She hasn't acted any different with training pants either (she'll walk around soaking wet). And the waterproof covers were useless over the training pants (the puddle that appeared on our couch was proof)! The next step will be attempting regular underpants or maybe going pantless, but I might wait until it is a little warmer (it's cold in Minnesota today and although we are inside, there are still chilly spots in the house that aren't comfy for naked bums - LOL). :)

ky2here said...

Perfect timing - we're starting this next month.

Erika said...

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Erika said...

i don't know what works best for potty training...for us it was one day my son was just "ready" and that was basically it (for pee). well, it took a little extra time for #2 (he wanted to go get a diaper, use it and then have me change it, even though he was wearing underwear)! but once he decided he was ready, he WAS ready. that was it. i consider myself lucky.

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Dani said...

I'm no where close to potty training, but I would think training pants would be the best to begin with.

Dani said...

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Dani said...

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bonobo said...

I have two 19 month olds and have just started crossing the potty training bridge, I don't know what works best, but I do know that we will be starting with training pants.

These comments have been interesting to read. Thanks everyone!

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Kelly said...

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Jen said...

"Why do you want to win these trainers?" Because I'd love to never buy a box of expensive Pull-Ups again! These are way cuter, way softer (-looking... we haven't tried them yet), and of course, environmentally friendly - hooray!

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