As a Pull-Ups Potty Training Partner (since 2005), I am always tickled by the clever things they come up with to get toddlers excited about potty training. Like the time I wound up sitting on the floor, talking shop with Max, 2 1/2, at a Pull-Ups Potty Dance Party in New York City.
Now they’ve outdone themselves with a giant potty, cheerleaders, jugglers, a marching band and more, in Times Square. If you didn’t get the chance to go there with your toddler to celebrate his or her “First Flush,” complete with a huge celebration that I wish I could have hired for my own kids, take a look:
Of course, you don’t need a marching band and jugglers to celebrate your kids’ First Flush. Just remember to make it fun, even if it’s with high-fives, stickers as rewards, calls to Grandma or the Potty Dance. Juggling optional.