Potty Training Live – Dry Like Me – Week 1 Review and Giveaway!

So this week has flown past and we are now well into potty training my little lady.As I said in my previous post we are mostly dry during the day so I really wanted to get her dry at night too.

When Dry Like Me offered me the chance to review their Potty Training Pads to review I jumped the chance!We were previously using Pull Ups and so this seemed the logical next step in order to ditch the nappies altogether.

So first impressions I honestly “wow these will never keep her dry” they are absorbent pads you just pop in your childs underwear that will catch any wee/poo if they do happen to go.They can be used at the front,the back or both if you feel they need it.They even come with a little pouch if you want to pop them in your bag when out and about!


I explained to my daughter we weren’t going to use pull ups anymore and she was going to be a really big girl and try her “star pads” she reacted really well and after the first night ran to get them ready when she was changing for bed!

The first night she was actually dry but then when she came downstairs she promptly wee’d!It did catch most of it but I was quite impressed that it only leaked a bit considering it would have been a wee she was holding overnight!

We got 4 dry nights out of the 7 and I’m finding it an awful lot easier than I expected to!I have no qualms that she will be dry after the 5 week period.


Dry Like Me are the new, smarter way to get your child out of nappies and into proper pants. The award-winning, handy little potty training pads turn all pants into potty training pants by adding an absorbent layer to give your little one extra confidence when learning to live without the nappy, and help to ease the pressures on you.

To celebrate the launch of their annual summer potty training programme, Potty Training Live! 2015, Dry Like Me is giving away a ‘Smarter Way to Potty Train’ pack worth £24 each. They contain four boxes of Dry Like Me pads with a lovely reward chart and stickers, and a copy of award-winning book ‘How to Potty Train’ – all the tools you need to help your little one achieve potty training success!

Dry Like Me pads help your child to recognise their body’s cues for the loo, a key part of potty training.  While they are learning, they capture small accidents and so reduce the mess and stress.

For more information, practical advice and special offers go to www.drylikeme.com.

Dry Like Me are available from most major supermarkets both online and in-store, on Amazon, and directly from Dry Like Me in their online potty training shop.

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49 thoughts on “Potty Training Live – Dry Like Me – Week 1 Review and Giveaway!

  1. I haven’t started yet as my little one turn 2 next week but I have had the potty in the room so she gets used to it and praise her if she does sit on it.

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  2. Give it time,it will happen when it happens. Just because your other child did it quickly doesn’t mean this child will.

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  3. No tips as not started but going to start once son breaks up from nursery next week. always been told it will take longer than other as he is disabled but i feel he has the understanding to do this xx

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  4. were not there yet, but everything I read tells me to wait until he is really ready. I keep getting asked by mother in law when im going to start but he is only 17 months and I really don’t think he is ready at all.

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  5. Were not there yet, but everything I read says to wait until they are really ready. I keep getting asked when im going to start potty training but he is only 17 months old and I really don’t think he is at all ready.

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  6. Wait until they are ready it is much quicker and easier, I attempted it 3 times with my son and the first 2 times he just wasn’t ready. Now with my daughter I am waiting, she is nearly ready and is 2 and 4 months but I’m in no rush.

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  7. I have no tips because we’re going to be starting soon! The only thing I would say is wait until they are ready, I tried my son a couple of months ago and he had a melt down when I sat him on the potty – I figured it wasn’t time!

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  8. Don’t rush it. If it’s taking too long to get the hang of, then take a break from it for a little while. Reward charts/stickers are good.

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  9. I think the most important thing is to wait until they are really ready. I felt pressured from Zoe’s nursery to potty train her ages ago but I knew she wasn’t ready. Trust your instincts as a mum – you’ll know when they are ready!!

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  10. lots of patience & encouragement – we’ve just started with my daughter & I can’t count the number of times i’ve said “are your knickers still dry? – good job!!” over the last couple of days!!

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