Tuesday, June 10, 2014

BABYBJÖRN Special Edition Gold Smart Potty Giveaway


Welcome to the BABYBJÖRN Gold Smart Potty Giveaway! 
Hosted By: The Small Things
Sponsored By: BABYBJÖRN
BABYBJÖRN products are now found around the world, in over 50 countries, and our assortment consists of baby carriers, bouncers, travel cribs, cradles, potty chairs, high chairs and kitchen products. This giveaway is to celebrate the release of their special edition Gold Smart Potty! Potty Training. Even if you are a parent that has done it before- it brings out anxiety in all of us. The BABYBJÖRN Special Edition Gold Smart Potty can help you get your child potty trained in no time. Their Smart Potty is normally available in 8 other colors!
The splash guard on the potty prevents spills and the removable inner potty is easy to empty and clean! Unlike other pottys- this potty is BPA FREE! The plastic is certified safe for foods and complies with all the relevant safety standards. This product is PVC-free and contains no bisphenol A (BPA), phthalates, cadmium, lead, or bromine. The plastic can also be recycled when your child graduates to the big potty! Another great feature would be its compact size and there is a handle on the back of the potty so that you or your child can easily move the potty from room to room! Check out their website to find one at a store near you! You can find one for a ARV of $19.99! Be sure to visit BABYBJÖRN on their social media below to stay up to date with the latest! 
Now it is time to enter the giveaway! This giveaway is exclusive to The Small Things! BABYBJÖRN is sending one of you this awesome potty! I am the only blogger on this event.Giveaway ends 6/24/14. Giveaway is open to the Continental USA. Complete the mandatory entries to qualify. All entries will be verified. Enter with the giveaway tools below!
*Disclaimer: The Small Things is not responsible for prize fulfillment.  BABYBJÖRN will be sending my winner their prize direct.*

15 comments:

  1. Sounds like a pretty spiffy potty! I'd love to win :)

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  2. My tip is go bottomless and don't leave the house for a few days straight!

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  3. My son is 16 months old and in another two months we are going to start potty training. I would love to win this awesome giveaway and use this for my son.

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  4. My Son is 3 and my daughter is 1, we have been potty training my son for a while now and my best advice is to just keep asking them if they need to go potty :) Melissa Stover

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  5. Have lots of patience and make it fun!

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  6. My two littlest are 2 & 1. In my minimal experience, let he/she guide you with potty training. Don't be shy, take them with you. Be vocal with them about what's going on. Let's be honest, once they're mobile, they're everywhere you go anyways.. Why not make the best of it & speak to them-- "Mommy's gotta potty", "This is where we potty, pee, etc." It may seem awkward at first, I know it did for me, but at 16m my 2yo DD was telling me when she needed to go. She still wears pull-ups at bedtime, & when we're out & about, but at home, she's bare and using her potty.
    For my 1yo DD, she's VERY independent already. I am excited to see how she responds to going on her own!

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  7. the best tip I have is that as soon as your child is aware of what's happening, start changing diapers in the bathroom as often as possible, so that he/she knows that they have to stop what they're doing (even if they go in their diaper) and knows the right place to go without having to discuss that bit too much.

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  8. Still in the process of trying to potty train

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  9. Eight months, so no potty training just yet.

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  10. My tip is to try and do it in the summer it is easier on you and your washing machine!

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  11. I think the only thing I can say is be patient on them learning what and when to go.

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  12. My son is 23months. We are hoping to start potty training in a few months. At this point we are just introducing him to the idea by getting books about it and watching tv shot episodes about potty training.

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  13. we're not up to that yet! but I'm enjoying reading the tips here...

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  14. Don't give up and stick with it! Sometimes they will lose interest but keep pushing to keep it on their minds.

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