Potty Time Plus: Getting Ready with Elmo GIVEAWAY!

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Potty training can be quite the journey! Teaching children how to know when to go and then remembering to tell you is a definite process and there are a lot of ways to tackle it! Every child is different and some of my children took a little longer than others with each one learning it in their own way and time.

In the newly released Potty Time Plus: Getting Ready with Elmo, everyone’s favorite monster helps to teach children healthy habits. From potty time to bath time to bedtime, little ones have the best time singing, playing, and laughing with Elmo and other friends from Sesame Street. You and your children will benefit from this fun training DVD! It includes a copy of the My Potty Time Chart to help guide kids through this next adventure!

Check out the Potty Time Plus: Getting Ready with Elmo trailer below and get a peek of the fun!


You can purchase Potty Time Plus: Getting Ready with Elmo on Amazon or Shout Factory!

Enter to win a copy of Potty Time Plus: Getting Ready with Elmo for your family!



Three (3) winners will receive a copy of Sesame Street’s Potty Time Plus: Getting Ready with Elmo on DVD. 18+, US only.

*The Quirky Mom Next Door received the above item(s) in exchange for our honest review. All opinions and experiences are our own only. Open to US only. Must be 18+. No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited by law. Giveaway ends June 22, 2022 at 11:59 p.m. (EST). One entrant per household/IP address. Winner(s) will be chosen at random by Giveaway Tools. Winner will be notified via e-mail and must reply within 48 hours, or a new winner will be chosen. Prize will be given via code in e-mail. This giveaway is not in any way associated with or endorsed by Facebook, Twitter, Google, Pinterest or any other social media network.


12 thoughts on “Potty Time Plus: Getting Ready with Elmo GIVEAWAY!

  1. Being consistent! Not just giving in and saying we will wear a diaper today because mom is tired.

  2. Being sure that when grandparents are babysitting while we were at work, all of us were following the same method and we were consistent.

  3. My wife once left my oldest on the toilet for 8 hours straight, even fed him on the toilet. He wouldn’t go until she took him off, then he squatted and went in his diaper.

  4. when it is time to learn…take away the diapers except at preschool, in public and at night. Constantly ask them if they have to potty. They soon learn it isn’t fun to potty without a diaper and start going. c

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