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New Pampers Easy Ups Training Underwear: 360 Degree Underwear Like Fit #PampersEasyUps

We are potty training Caleb right now and it is an entirely different experience than with my other two children. Caleb is taking much longer than I anticipated. Getting from diapers to underwear is turning out to not be an easy feat. Thank goodness I have some tools at my disposal to help ease the way.

In order to get my son excited about the whole process, Pampers decided to send him an underwear training surprise and we had so much fun filming the unboxing. Take a look at the video to see what new changes were made to the Pampers Easy Ups to help make your potty training experience a more pleasant one for all.

We all know that potty training starts with the very first pair of training underwear, right?BBCX06297214_Silk6_WowShelfTalker_v30b

New Pampers Easy Ups are the easiest way to underwear and help little ones and their families during their potty training journey. And don’t we all need all the help we can get? LOL!  Easy Ups fit, feel and look more like real underwear while providing the outstanding leak protection you’d expect from Pampers. Your little ones will think it’s underwear, but you’ll know it’s Pampers. I also love that their favorite characters are on the Easy Ups. Caleb just LOVES Thomas and Friends and now he gets to hang out with them all day long. 

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Because Pampers Easy Ups are special, they shouldn’t be treated like diapers. Your child should look at them more like underwear. Consider placing them in your child’s underwear drawer so they realize that they shouldn’t go to the bathroom in them. Connecting underwear with Easy Ups will be that much easier if your child sees them together at all times.

What can you Expect when Purchasing New Pampers Easy Ups?

  • Fit like underwear (360 degree stretchy waistband)
  • Feel like underwear (cottony feel on the outside)
  • Look like underwear (Thomas the Train and Dora the Explorer graphics all the way around the pant)
  • While having the protection of Pampers

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The biggest change I noticed with new Pampers Easy Ups is the 360° stretchy waistband. This provides an underwear-like fit that’s easy for your toddler to pull up and down. Easy Ups are also super soft, like cotton underwear, to keep your toddler comfortable. And don’t worry! Easy Ups still tear easily at the sides just in case it’s needed.

Ready for a Coupon?

Looking for a $2 off 1 coupon good towards a pack of new Pampers Easy Ups Training Pants? You can clip the Pampers Easy Ups coupon at: http://www.coupons.com/brands/pampers-coupons/


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Vera Sweeney, mom, blogger, social media influencer and New York resident, is the founder of LadyAndTheBlog.com. She is considered one of the top female digital influencers in today’s social media space. Her lifestyle and parenting brand helps busy women stay on top of the latest trends in fashion, food, family and travel.

10 Comments

  1. That video is too dang cute! I don’t have any children, but potty training already makes me nervous. These seem like a great tool for helping kids (and parents) through the whole process 🙂

  2. I love the new tools they have available now for potty training, I know my friends would have loved these years ago! No potty training here, but I have friends who would appreciate the coupon so I’ll be sure to pass it on!

  3. Pampers was the only diaper brand we used when our boys were little. This is a great way to help little ones make the transition into being potty trained.

  4. My son is in the in-between stage right now with potty training and we aren’t ready to let go of the leak protection that diapers offer. I love the idea of these.

  5. I love Pampers. When Mini Me was in diapers they were the only brand I would use. Those pullups were an ingenious invention when they first came on the market.

  6. I have to mention these to a friend of mine. Just yesterday she was talking about having to buckle down and get serious with potty training.

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