Tuesday, 14 April 2015

Giveaway #471 : Win 1 of 2 Dry Like Me 'smart way to potty train' packs - closed - winners Kim Neville, Becca Staples


Dry Like Me, the award-winning potty training pads worn in children’s own pants, have just filmed their first ever TV advertisement – and it is hilarious. You can see it here. The ad features a class of toddlers being taught about potty training by an older child and, during the shoot, the toddlers had lots of fun with the Dry Like Me potty training pads, playing with them like they were toys and sticking them all over their bodies.

Co-creator of Dry Like Me, Jude Hough says: “ We know they are a hit with parents as they can help children get out of nappies and into proper pants, but we were surprised at how much the children loved playing with them. Watching the two year olds run around with pads stuck on the heads and faces was hilarious, and their antics were great to include in the advertisement, which is really funny.” You can see the advertisement, called ‘Miss Smarty Pants’, on Disney Junior, Nick JR, Boomerang, Cartoonito and Tiny Pop.


Award-winning Dry Like Me potty training pads were created by mums, Jude and Di , when they couldn’t find anything that helped to move their potty training children away from nappies and into their own pants. They commissioned independent research, which showed the pads reduced accidents after only one week, and Dry Like Me are now sold by most supermarkets and online at amazon and www.drylikeme.com. One size fits all ages of children, and there are three types to choose from: ‘Early Days’ for the start of potty training, ‘Original’ for the middle to end stages and ‘Night-Time’ to help children get dry at night. They cost around £3.49 a box, are designed to be soft and comfortable and are recommended by health professionals.

For more information on Dry Like Me potty training pads, as well as lots of tips and advice go to www.drylikeme.com or www.facebook.com/drylikemeuk.

To celebrate the launch of their first TV campaign, Dry Like Me are giving away packs to help get your little one out of nappies and into proper pants. Each ‘Smart Way to Potty Train’ pack contains four boxes of Dry Like Me pads, a ‘How to Potty Train’ book (written by Jude and Di) and a sticker reward chart, and is worth £24. I have two prizes to give away. To have a chance of winning simply fill in your entries in the Rafflecopter widget below.



UK only. Closing date : 29/4/15


T & C's : Entries close at midnight on the closing date. Winners will be selected with a random number generator and announced on facebook, twitter and in the giveaway post subject line. Please note, you will be contacted by email and/or twitter and if I haven't heard from you after a week, I'll have to pick another winner. Prizes will be sent out by the companies or their PR directly to winners. Madhouse Family Reviews cannot be held responsible for any prizes that go astray !

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54 comments:

  1. every child is different, be patient & they will do it themselves in their own time

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  2. take it very slowly, have patience, it will all fall into place......eventually!

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  3. Lots of praise and encouragement and keep calm x

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  4. Expect lots of accidents. Try and get them to sit still with a tablet to entertain them or reading books

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  5. Don't stress! Accidents will happen and there will be setbacks, but you'll get there in the end. Also, it's not a competition with other mothers, all children are individuals and do things in their own time!

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  6. Don't compare your child with others - they will be ready when they are ready.

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  7. I havent any tips yet as we haven't tried yet!

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  8. Be patient some children potty train quickly and some take longer.

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  9. let them be ready themselves ive also found speech isnt a big thing my little lad has very little speech and has been doing brilliant with training just alot more encouragement xx

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  10. Patience. Remember, all kids get there in the end!

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  11. Always carry at least 1 change of clothes on you when you leave the house!

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  12. i've entered thank you! I always carry spare leggings with me.

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  13. This will be my first time potty training so no tips yet!

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  14. Entered, make sure you do lots of rewarding x

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  15. Entered - my tip is to take your time and start when your child is ready.

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  16. Have patience and wait until the child is ready, my daughter was 3 when she started training but she just didn't get it until that age

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  17. don't be disheartened if they are not ready just keep trying and when they are it's much easier

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  18. I don't have any tips as we've just started training!

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  19. I'm getting ready to start potty training my toddler, so I guess I need to be prepared not to get frustrated with accidents.

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  20. be patient and only start when your child is ready do not rush things

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  21. I don't have any children but would love to win this prize to donate to charity, to go to Romania.

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  22. Expect it to go wrong but keep trying.

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  23. I don't have any tips as I'm just away to start thinking about potty training my son :)

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  24. Wait until they are completely ready :)

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  25. Be patient, my lad still peed his pants sometimes at 4 years old

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  26. I've entered x

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  27. just relax itll happen when they are ready

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  28. we try and make it fun :) we have a pee pee in the potty song when they go lol x

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  29. I’ve read not to ask them if they need the potty every 5 mins or they will get fed up of it. Althought I’m going to start with my little boy in the next couple of weeks so need all the tips I can get!

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  30. Relax, don't rush it they will get there in the end!

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  31. No started yet but its good to read all these tips are a great help

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  32. start use potty if child is less than 12 months

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  33. With twins ready to start potty training i could do with this prize. I've been told not to rush though so I'm waiting till they are really ready

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  34. Patience, discussion, encouragement and praise x

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  35. Its easier to start when they are ready rather than pushing them when they are not

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  36. be patient and be prepared for the messes :)

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  37. be prepared for accidents and don't make a drama out of it.

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  38. Praise them when they do well and don't make a fuss about the accidents

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  39. Keep it slow, each child is different and they'll do it when they're ready x

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  40. take your time and your child will show you when it's ready.

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