Pull-Ups First Flush Moments Sweepstakes & Larger-Than-Life Celebration in NYC!

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Larger-Than-Life First Flush Celebration

& First Flush Moments Sweepstakes!

I’m about to give birth to my second child in just a few short hours. I am feeling larger-than-life (in more ways than one) and thought that this would be a great time to tell all of you about it — before I don’t feel so large, of course! After many failed attempts to potty train our son – he’s finally done it. My son went from showing zero interest in using the potty to 90% potty trained within the month of January (2013). Am I excited? ecstatic? overjoyed? Absolutely. However, I don’t think my happiness could quite match his extreme pleasure in feeling larger-than-life over his recent victory. 

With one coming out of diapers and one just about to begin the adventure (today, actually!), I am so pleased and thankful for my son’s perfect timing. We still have a few bumps to patch up along the road (night time and random accidents while we’re out of the house), but I owe his victory to Pull-Ups and giving him the confidence to feel like he CAN do it. We’re celebrating (BIG TIME) — and so can you!

Pull-Ups is having a Larger-Than-Life First Flush Celebration in Time Square (New York City) on Tuesday, January 29th. The Pull-Ups brand plans to bring the potty training party to life through a larger-than-life celebration in Times Square in an effort to help moms and toddlers recognize their victories with potty training. There will be lots of fun to be had through the activities presented throughout the event. Plus, mom and tot can also win prizes!

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WHAT:     Larger-Than-Life First Flush Celebration

WHERE:  Times Square, New York (between 43rd and 44th streets on Broadway) 

DATE:   Tuesday, January 29th

TIME:     11:00am – 5:00pm

Event goer’s will have a chance to "flush" an oversized potty, which will activate a digital billboard that is going to display a variety of celebratory images, such as confetti, balloons, and more! There will be performers who ‘activate’ when the potty is flushed by dancing and creating a reason for even more celebration!

Mom and toddler can chat with members of the Pull-Ups family under a tent. Take a picture and remember the experience forever, sip on hot chocolate, and learn all about the new Pull-Ups 3D interactive experience for smartphones and tablets, too!

The fun isn’t going to stop there! Pull-Ups is also gong to incorporate their First Flush Moments Sweepstakes into the event by displaying photos of toddlers on a digital billboard. Parents across America can upload an image or story of their child’s first flush moment for a chance to be featured on the Times Square billboard during the celebration. Plus… one [very] lucky family is going to win the ULTIMATE Grand Prize — an all-expenses-paid trip to Disney World! Keep reading below to learn more…  


First Flush Moments Sweepstakes

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♦ Head on over to the Pull-Ups Facebook page to enter in the First Flush Moments Sweepstakes.

♦ Upload a picture of your toddler’s favorite First Flush Moment for the chance to have your picture posted on a billboard in Times Square during the larger-than-life celebration on January 29, 2013. Submissions can be in the format of a photo or a story (100 words or less). There will be up to 100 photos selected at random to be displayed in Times Square during the event.  (Photos will be chosen for the billboard by January 22)

♦ One lucky family will win the ultimate grand prize – an all-expense-paid trip to Disney World in Orlando, Florida! Winner will be selected on March 13, 2013.

Don’t forget to check out the great tools available for mom and toddler when you are visiting the Pull-Ups Facebook Page! Learn all about the new Pull-Ups Big Kids app and first flush celebration kit, which includes free printable badges, potty party hats, confetti, and photo frames (choose between Buzz or Rapunzel).

The Pull-Ups Big Kid App was recently featured in USA Today as a 2013 product trend to watch! It features new special identifying markers inside of Pull-Ups Training Pants packaging, which can be scanned with the Big Kid App to activate a Pull-Ups Big Kid 3D Celebration and have Disney characters come to life! Enjoy the free and features games and customized potty timer from the through the Big Kid app! Imagine your child’s face when he gets a phone call from a Disney character reminding him to take a potty break! 

Download the Pull-Ups Big Kid App for Apple products (iPhone, iPod touch, iPad) through the iTunes Store, or find the Android app version on Google Play. This is a FREE downloadable app that is easy enough for your child to play, interact, and learn along with mom and dad. My son has been using his Big Kid app every day and it has been a great addition to inspiring him towards further success and excitement, too!

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Comments

  1. says

    Thankfully, both my boys are done with all this potty-training business!! My oldest did it in one week while it took quite a few tries, spread out few weeks in between, but we are done! I would have liked to have such an event in Portland while we were going through all this! Oh well, anyone that’s going: HAVE FUN!

  2. says

    My daughter took to potty training amazingly so next up will b the son. I’ve been told boys are often harder to train that girls , any truth in this I wonder or just another myth?

    • says

      I definitely believe the myth is true! My son is only 3-months shy of his 4th birthday and we’re still just wrapping things up on potty training. He’s getting there, but overnights are a challenge. My niece, HOWEVER, was potty trained around 16-18 months old and the entire process was done and complete in less than 1-week! My son has been training (headstrong and dedicated!) for about 3-weeks already.

      Best of LUCK! If anything … having your son look up to his big sister and knowing she was able to do it — that might be a big help for your situation. We’ve focused a lot on rewards (big sticker chart) and a big end goal (a toy that he REALLY REALLY wants). We talk about it every day and give SO much praise (possibly TOO much! I grow tired of hearing myself say, “GOOD BOY! YOU DID IT! GOOD BOY!”) — but it helps! :O)

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