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Life is full of milestones. From weddings to graduations, there are pivotal events that we all celebrate as a new beginning. And for little ones and their parents, there is no bigger milestone that the start of potty training and the transition from “Baby” to “Big kid”. Although every milestone can bring stress and new challenges, the transition from diapers to underwear should be approached as an exciting journey, and celebrated appropriately! That’s why little Sydney was so excited to receive a special gift to commemorate the start of underwear training. What’s in the box? Watch to find out:
That’s right: This big girl has gotten her first pair of Pampers Easy Ups Training Underwear ! New Pampers Easy Ups feel, fit, and look just like underwear all while having the protection of Pampers. Their 360° stretchy waistband allows toddlers to easily pull up and down, just like real underwear; and they can also tear easily at the sides, just in case. Easy Ups are the only training underwear made with Extra Absorb Channels™ and Dual Leak-Guard Barriers™ to protect against leaks day and night – even while moving around – but they still feel soft like cotton underwear and have fun designs like Dora, so your child will think of them as true “Big girl underwear” rather than a diaper. Sydney loves them!
There’s a reason why families have trusted Pampers for over 50 years: They are committed to making quality products for every stage. With each new beginning and milestone to treasure, we know Pampers is there to make the process easier. Now that’s something to celebrate!
Click here for a coupon to save $2 off 1 pack of new Pampers Easy Ups Training Pants! And don’t forget to join the Pampers Rewards program to earn points towards gifts for every pack of Pampers you purchase.
Pampers Easy Ups Training Underwear are available in sizes 2T-3T, 3T-4T, and 4T-5T, with fun Thomas the Engine™ and Dora the Explorer™ designs. For more information on Pampers Easy Ups as well as potty training tips, visit Pampers.com and follow their social media channels on Twitter, Facebook and YouTube.
Do you have a toddler? How did you celebrate the start of underwear training?