Jun. 28

CoolCanucks Blog Contest ~ TidyTots disposable potty chair liners Review & Giveaway!!




Are you really excited at the thought of your child being potty trained? That means no more dia­pers, which of course saves a fam­ily thou­sands of dol­lars. You want your tod­dler to be potty trained, but with­out the mess that often goes along with it.


Thank­fully we can have peace of mind now, thanks to the Tidy­Tots dis­pos­able potty chair liners!!




Tidy­Tots are dis­pos­able potty chair lin­ers that act as a pro­tec­tive layer as to cut down on the huge mess that goes along with the actual potty train­ing stage of a toddler’s life. This still allows one to com­fort­ably use the potty, but only with a great cover to pre­vent messes.

Designed espe­cially for your chil­dren, Tidy­Tots dis­pos­able potty chair lin­ers are a huge relief for all parents.




Why Tidy Tots?


“Rais­ing two boys I had plenty of expe­ri­ence with the inter­est­ing chal­lenges of potty train­ing. Even though I enjoyed the cel­e­bra­tion of my children’s suc­cess as they felt so “grown-up” when using the potty chair, I was always left with the real­ity of clean­ing up the mess. As my hus­band and I have been mutu­ally involved in the upbring­ing of our chil­dren, together we went on a mis­sion to find a mess-free solu­tion to potty training.

As we devel­oped Tidy Tots dis­pos­able potty chair lin­ers, we wanted some­thing that would be less has­sle, eas­ier to clean up and more san­i­tary than our past potty train­ing expe­ri­ences. Given the many choices when pur­chas­ing potty chairs for tod­dlers, we worked to cre­ate a dis­pos­able potty liner that would fit vir­tu­ally any potty chair. To con­tain the liq­uid waste, we searched to find a super-absorbent pad that would con­tain 2–3 uri­na­tions of a typ­i­cal 3 year old. For con­ve­nience we wanted the prod­uct to be eas­ily dis­carded like a dia­per. From that effort comes Tidy Tots™ dis­pos­able potty chair lin­ers — now a mess free solu­tion to potty training.

If you are potty train­ing I encour­age you to try Tidy Tots dis­pos­able potty chair lin­ers. I am con­fi­dent that you will find Tidy Tots potty train­ing prod­ucts to be a use­ful addi­tion and mess-free solu­tion to potty training.”



Here is a short video describ­ing the Tidy­Tots dis­pos­able potty chair liners:





Baby Andi is just at the right age now to be potty trained. After all, she con­tin­u­ally tells us that she is a big girl now! Well I hope she plays the part, and it’s very easy to train her to boot!

We have been putting these dis­pos­able lin­ers on her potty chair and thank the Lord that she has been going on it quite a bit!! It’s usu­ally just to sit and think though for the most part, but even­tu­ally she will start to do her duty. We are totally anitic­i­pat­ing the time that she really goes to the bath­room while sit­ting on her big girl potty! :)








Tidy­Tots dis­pos­able potty chair lin­ers gets a huge thumbs up from CoolCanucks!



♥→I received prod­uct for review.  The opin­ions within this post are of my own and I was not influ­enced in any way.  Please do your own research before pur­chas­ing prod­ucts.  Your opin­ions and results may dif­fer than mine.←♥






Buy It!! Tidy­Tots dis­pos­able potty chair lin­ers can be pur­chased right on the Tidy­Tots web­site!



Win It!! Enter my sweep­stakes give­away below for a chance to win Tidy­Tots dis­pos­able potty chair lin­ers too! Open to Cana­dian & US res­i­dents only.


How to enter: All entries must be sub­mit­ted using the Raf­fle­copter form below. After you com­plete the easy manda­tory entry, you can do as many bonus entries as you’d like to increase your chances of win­ning. I will be check­ing for dupli­cate entries to make sure it’s fair, and no cheat­ing will be tolerated!



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» One Response to “CoolCanucks Blog Contest ~ TidyTots disposable potty chair liners Review & Giveaway!!”

  1. Nury
    June 28th, 2012 at 7:27 pm

    The raf­fle­copter gad­get doesn’t seem to be loading :/