Potty training can sometimes be a daunting task, but there’s good news for parents in Watford as the HUGGIES® Pull-Ups® potty training bus arrives in town for the second leg of a UK-wide tour. If you could benefit from advice and support from experts, drop into ASDA Watford on August 28 and look out for the iconic American school bus. Following the success of last year’s bus tour, a team of potty training experts will be providing parents with the tools they need to help their toddlers learn how to graduate to undies with HUGGIES® Pull-Ups®. HUGGIES® Pull-Ups® potty training expert and psychologist Emma Kenny says: ‘Potty training is a significant milestone in a child’s development and it can seem like information overload for parents working out the best approach for their toddler – but it needn’t be an arduous task thanks to Huggies®. ‘Come and visit the team on board the bus and find out how to spot the signs that your child is ready to begin potty training, as well as tips on how to tackle setbacks and get toddlers dry during the day and at night-time too.’ While the team offer visitors support and advice, youngsters will be kept entertained on board the bus with a special mini-bathroom splash play area, a mock up Disney® inspired bedroom and designated section for parents to take a photo of their child as a memento of their visit to the bus. The team will be on hand throughout the day to answer any questions parents may have and give out free samples, stickers and reward charts to help kids and parents through the potty training stage. For further helpful tips and advice throughout your child’s potty training journey visit www.pottytraining.co.uk. HUGGIES® Pull-Ups® and Pull-Ups® Night-Time potty training pants are designed to encourage independence and with special features to teach kids about becoming dry. Make potty training more fun and easier with HUGGIES® Pull-Ups® and HUGGIES® Pull-Ups Night-Time.
Helping hand for parents in Watford on Thursday
Published on: 20th October 2017 | By: The Newsdesk | Category:
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