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Tuesday, August 3, 2010

***Closed*** 3rd Giveaway: 3 Day Potty Training E-Book

The Winners are:

Girl in the dark
http://runningintomylife.blogspot.com/

Jess
http://randyandjessicagrimesfamily.blogspot.com/

We LOVED hearing all of your potty training talk!! Believe me, we've been there before!! Those of you who did not win, PLEASE run to the 3 day potty training site and purchase her E-book. You will NOT regret it!

This is huge! I can hear the drum roll! Any moms out there who have EVER potty trained a child know of the struggle it is to do it, and do it right the FIRST time through!! I remember wanting to QUIT so many times.

Lora Jensen is the author of an amazing E-book that promises to potty train your child in 3 days by following her plan. I CAN TELL YOU IT WORKS. Becky and I have used the method with 3 children now and all of them have been a success! 

Great news, she's not only giving away 1, she's giving away 2! The odds are SO in your favor!
So if there's a little someone in your life who's ready to tackle potty training and say goodbye to diapers for good, here's how you can enter:

Go to 3 Day Potty Training and you'll see a bunch of questions under the 'Dear Mom or Dad' section at the top of the page. Choose one of those questions and answer it below in the comments of this posts.

We will choose 2 winners on August 10th, 2010 and at that point the giveaway will close.

We can't wait to read your potty talk!

Ashley - TCBOTB

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28 comments:

  1. My daughter has lost interest :( She was actually doing so well then all of a sudden she started pooping and peeing in her diaper again. I tried almost EVERYTHING...rewards, putting her on every 1/2 hour to an hour after she eats or drinks, buying those learning designs and cool alert diapers. Nothing seems to be working and it's getting EXTREMELY frustrating cause I KNOW she knows when she has to go. YES, she is also peeing in her diaper after she gets off...so frustrating. She tells me "potty" then I take her and she wants nothing to do with the toilet. We are expecting another child the end of the year and it would be nice to have her potty trained before the next one. PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE pick me...I'm getting desperate I know LOL :D

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  2. My almost 2-year old son is showing signs he's ready to potty train. I think its time to start because he wants a wet diaper changed and waves his hands in the air saying "phew" with a stinky diaper. He runs to his diaper bag to grab a clean one. :) I am also expecting again early next year and hoping to have him out of diapers by then.

    But he's our first and I don't really know what I'm doing when it comes to potty training. I would love the guidance!

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  3. My little girl is only 15 months but I would love to have this so when she is ready I can do it and get it done quick because hopefully by next year we'll be ready to start trying for another but my little girl now must be off diapers. I refuse to change 2 at once! She is already starting to show little signs here and there about understanding when she goes but I would love to win this and try it when she is ready.

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  4. Okay my youngest is the one resisiting potty training. She's done it before dozens and dozens of times but insists she likes to pee and poop in her diaper! I could really use this prize!!!! My oldest took just a couple months and he had it down. I've always heard boys are harder to train then girls, but I don't know about that one....

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  5. My now 2-year-old son has started pointing to his tush and leading the way up the stairs to his room when he needs a diaper change. This is a step in the right direction, I think! Yay!! This give-away couldn't come at a better time!

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  6. My son is over 2.5 and at least sometimes I know he knows he needs to go, but he has NO interest at all. He will say poop and pee when he's gone sometimes, and a few times even before...I tried telling him he needs to start going on the toilet like a big boy and he told me he's a baby (he has a 1 year old sister). I just found out today that we're expecting our third child, and if at all possible I want him potty trained before the new one arrives so as not to have 3 in diapers..he'll be over 3yrs at that time, but I'm worried he'll regress if he learns to go too soon to when the baby is born. Thanks for considering me!

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  7. Is your child showing signs of being ready to potty train? Is it time to start?

    My daughter is almost 2 and has been showing interest in the potty for a few weeks now. she recently started asking to sit on it and saying pee pee and poo. so I put her on the toilet and we have had one successful pee so far but that's it. I think it's time to start. I just have to get the strength to get through it. I would love a copy of this ebook. I can hear the gray hairs popping up now lol

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  8. OH! It has to be the very first question!!
    Little two year old Ellie is going great guns with the whole concept...except for the poops in the potty. She did one, once...was a bit shocked, and called it a 'snake poo'...now she waits, always waits, until she has a diaper on for sleep time. THEN she poops. She saves it for the diaper everytime! What to do...?

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  9. I could answer every question if you really wanted me to. The number one set of questions would be:

    Has your child lost interest in the toilet? Does he resist being taken to the toilet? Does she prefer to pee or poop in her diaper? Does he pee or poop AFTER getting off the toilet?

    My daughter is 42 months old, that is about 3 and half. She tells me she is not big enough to pee on the potty. This could be because she has a 21month old brother that is still in diapers. I have tried potty training and have just given up. Knowing it will come when it comes. But I really could save a lot of $$ if she would get potty trained.

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  10. I have a set of boy / girl twins who are 33 months old. When they were 21 months old they were both on their way to being completely potty trained. At that time we had another precious baby girl. My twins both regressed faster than a lightening strike and have both refused to have anything to do with potty training. They both claim to be "mommy's baby". I need help.... 3 in diapers is just way too much. We have tried everything except letting them run around naked (I just refuse to go down to that level). I would really appreciate a chance to try out Lora Jensen's 3 day Potty Training E-Book. Thank you!

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  11. Are you trying to get your child to poop IN the toilet? YES! She seems much more willing to poop anywhere but in the toilet! I would love to read this Potty Training book because we seemed to have hit a wall!

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  12. Is your child showing signs of being ready to potty train? Is it time to start?

    Yes and Yes!! My daughter has been watching me go potty ever since she was born. I always left the door open so that I could keep an eye on her. Now that she is a bit older and I feel more secure with leaving her alone briefly while I go potty she actually wants to go in with me and see if I went wet-wet or poopy. We bought her a potty chair when she was 18 months just to get her familiar with it and she loves to sit on it with clothes on but not so much when he diaper is off.

    I have been reading a few different books to see which method I like best and feel will work best with my daughter but honestly I haven't found it yet. I hadn't heard of this book previously but after reading over the website I must say that I am intrigued and would love to win it.

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  13. My son has show interest before but when we start the whole potty training process he gets very stubborn and doesn't even want to try. Although everytime I do put him on the toilet he will go. He just doesn't want to sit up there in the first place.

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  15. OK, I'm a Grandma, but I babysit my 3 1/2 yo granddaughter and my 8 month old granddaughter. I have them 11 hours everyday. We have been trying to potty train the 3 yo with NO success. At the rate she is doing, the 8 month old will be potty trained before her! It has been so many years since I had to deal with this and I'm at a loss as to what to try.

    I would love to win this book.

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  16. My daughter is 2 and we haven't even started thinking about potty training. We're expecting again in December so I'm sort of starting to think about it. I'd love to win!

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  17. Has your child lost interest in the toilet? Does he resist being taken to the toilet? Does she prefer to pee or poop in her diaper? Does he pee or poop AFTER getting off the toilet?

    Ummm, yes.
    Yes.
    Oh definitely.
    No.

    Those are my very short answers to those four questions. Our youngest daughter is 34 months old. She's been peeing in the potty for about 4 months now, but HATES to poop. She's done it one and a half times, to date. We've been true potty training for the last week and I feel like we've done okay, but in the last two days she has decided that she'd like a Pull-Up over her pretty panties any day. In fact, she told our friend that poop is stinky. Our friend asked why she wants to do it in her panties instead of the potty and Molly replied, "It's ok. Mommy will clean me up real good." So, looks like I need some back-up... :)

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  18. My son has lost interest, he did really well for about a week then it went downhill fast. I've tried everything, made a potty chart with different rewards. We've even changed his reward for when he is diaper free several time sbut that only interests him for a day. I know he is aware of when he needs to go but just wont go in the big boy potty.

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  19. Hello! I am a new follower of your blog! Please subscribe back and check out my 6 current giveaways! Looking forward to reading more of your posts!

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  20. I'm desperate! I have two under two and I convinced my husband that we had to do cloth diapers. I was all talk about how we had to save the planet and how it would be so much better for their heineys to be without the chemicals..blahblahblah. Now I'm stuck washing pooh filled diapers for two babies and I can't bare to tell him he was right! I have to get the 20 month old out of diapers. ASAP. She'll go to the potty and gives it a shot about twice a day, but rarely will tell me when she has to go. I'm all out, potty dance, marshmallows, sticker chart. I'll do anything at this point, pride out the window (withstanding I don't have to apologize to my hubby and admit defeat ;)

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  21. Our journey has begun!… secretly though

    If I’ve left you this message, you’re a follower of my original blog ~OR~ just someone I’ve happened upon while sending out these invites and that I would LOVE for to come along for the ride! Though I won’t be revealing who I am just yet – until we’re TO and THROUGH the first trimester! Just getting the word out about our new site – further explanation of all the secrecy and what we’re about on my first post. I’d love for you to stop by.

    Exciting things going on around here!

    www.definitelymaybebaby.com

    ~ the {secret} *Maybe* Baby Mama

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  22. I"m up against a deadline -- well, the deadline has actually already passed. I have a toddler and a newborn in diapers, and the cost is killing me. I admit I am a bit skeptical about the 3 day program, as I don't want potty training to become a battle, which is why I haven't tried it with my toddler, but if the program is indeed coersion free, I'd LOVE to have my toddler potty trained, even if it does take more than 3 days.

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  23. How to pick just one question? They all seem to apply to me! My big boy is turning 3 in October. We moved back in May. Before we moved he was so excited to go to the potty. He would read, play with his toys, and even sing as he filled his potty. Now, he screams when I try to take him to the potty. He pitches a fit when I ask him if he wants to use his "big boy potty". He'll scream "No Way!" and run off crying. I've tried all the tricks out there that I can find (rewards, toys, books, even a "potty box" that held all 3). I'll ask him every 30 minutes if he needs to potty and all that does is produces a fit every 30 minutes. I'm at the end of my rope!!! My husband and I want to sign him up for basketball in November (they start at 3 years old) because he loves sports. I don't want to have to pull him off the court for a diaper change before the second half of the game. We have a one year old little man too and most of our budget goes towards diapers. Please, I NEED this book. I'm lost at what to do, and I think this just might help.

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  24. I tried to potty train my little girl because I was going to be having another baby. It was easy to get her to sit on the potty at first but then she completely lost any and all interest to sit on the toilet. So I just put her back in diapers, I couldn't fight her to sit while I was 8 months pregnant. I would love to only have one child in a diaper, they're so expensive. This book would be awesome!

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  25. I have tried to get my son to poop in the potty. He seems to just want to sit on it to get out of things like delaying bedtime and to delay other things he doesn't want to do. How can you try if you don't know if it is for real or not and every other second? I would love to get this book to try out something else and start a fresh.

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  26. I received the comment that I won and I emailed the address given to me but I haven't heard back. I was wondering if I was supposed to do something else? I'm very excited to get this book and potty train my little girl. Thanks so much for all that you do!

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  27. Jess-
    I also emailed and didn't receive anything yet. Maybe they are just really busy...
    Either way, can't wait to have my son try it out :)

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  28. Hello ladies! Please be assured, you will receive your books. Lora Jensen is currently very busy, HOWEVER we are checking with her to see if we can just send you over the books directly, or if she wants to send the link. We'll get back to you asap so you can start potty training your kiddies!

    Ashley - TCBOTB

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