Friday, July 31, 2009

Potty Pony Pals

Fact:

· The cost of disposable diapers can range to well over $100 a month.

· It’s healthier for a child’s skin to be free of a diaper.

· Girls generally start and complete potty training before boys do.

· Most children have finished potty training by 3 ½ years of age.

Let’s face it, potty training is time-consuming and tiring—taking the endless trips back and forth to the potty, not to mention trying to time when your little one is most likely to need to go only to have to make an emergency trip at the most inconvenient time.

Well, now there’s a revolutionary new product called Potty Pony Pals that’s sure to make your child’s potty lessons fun and more productive. Potty Pony Pals dotted underwear is made from 100 percent organic cotton. But that’s not all: the truly fantastic part is that having the “positive graphics on the inside of the garment gives the child the opportunity to ‘watch over’ their new potty underwear and keep them dry!”

To help your little tyke out, Potty Pony Pals also comes with a 10-minute DVD that teaches and reinforces the idea of your child’s new “Pal.” “The story line is carefully created to create a bond between your child and Potty Pony. After learning that Potty Pony does not like getting wet, your child will know exactly what is expected of them when they get their new potty pants.” So simple, yet ingenious!

For more information on Potty Pony Pals or to order your Potty Pony Pal kit, visit the website at http://www.pottyponypals.com.

1 comment:

  1. I love it, worked for my twin boys!!!

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