Potty Training is something very few parents ace, even on the 2nd or 3rd try. Some of you may have made this your New Year’s resolution. It can be a stressful time for parents and children alike. Super Undies, offers items to make that transition a more comfortable, easier and even fun season in your household. They offer books, cloth pull ups, booster pads, motivational reward cards and more to help you and your child. They have been in business for over 10 years, are reliable and help with consistency issues for children and adults.
The guidance that you receive through Super Undies is worth the money. You find guidance through the cloth underwear community via their Facebook page and continence products through their site. I still have pull on trainers from when my son was potty training, that after 2 years have been passed on to his little sister and hold up just like they did when I first got them. Starting off with a small number is great, I tested them out to see how my kiddos would like them and both times they loved them. They felt like older kids with big boy and girl underwear. It helped them both use the potty in a simple manner and I felt great about not adding environmental waste. Their items are not expensive and shipping is quite fast. Their designs change and are appealing to children for their color and design.
We received two super undies pull on-on’s, chick’n and pigeon design, potty training undies boosters, laundry garment bag, Potty Training Punch Cards and Potty Training book to review. I have been on the journey of potty training for a few months with the Super Undies and I thought I knew quite a bit already. Well having a few additional pull-ons in rotation made my daughter feel more comfortable and made me feel much calmer. The pull-ons are not overwhelmingly thick but have layering that will absorb light wetness. These were great for my daughter as when she is entertained she waits until the last minute, but this helped avoid any spills outside of the pull-on. You can also add boosters if you want additional mental comfort without stuffing your child or inconveniencing their play time. The styles were also adorable. The little chicks were her favorite although I loved the coloring of the pigeons. She is more confident in going to the bathroom and I feel confident that we can avoid messes. She also was ecstatic about the reward cards. She couldn’t stop talking about what she wanted and asked how many times she had to go in the potty before she could get it. It was a bit funny to see how motivated she was to go, even though she doesn’t know how to count, but could see the few poopy emojis it required.
You can find any of these items on their shop page from $3 for boosters with free shipping on purchases over $79. One lucky winner will win the Gift of Potty Training, shown below with over $150 worth of potty goodies!!