Day 9 Giveaway AppleCheeks Learning Pants

December 9, 2015

sleep coachLearning Pants from AppleCheeks

So excited about this new product from AppleCheeks!  Famous for their high quality cloth diapers, AppleCheeks has recently added Learning Pants to their product line.  These brand new Learning Pants come in 3 sizes (small, medium and large, which should cover your potty learner from a size 2 to a size 6).  They’re ADORABLE, not to mention a environmental and economically responsible way to potty train.  Bonus that they feel and look like real underwear – so if your child is truly ready for potty learning, these are going to get them to independent pottying faster!  Responsibly made in Canada, AppleCheeks also supports the David Suzuki Foundation with a portion of their profits!

Enter below from now until December 12.

Winners will be announced here on December 14th, 2015.

Contest available only to residents of Canada.

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8 Responses to “Day 9 Giveaway AppleCheeks Learning Pants”

  1. Lindsay Slothouber

    My daughter is 2 1/2 and we’ve attempted potty training with no luck. Best potty advice is to wait till they are ready instead of trying to force it.

  2. Our babe is only 9 months old but we love our Kawaii cloth diapers!!! We’ll definitely be using cloth diapers for potty training too! Best advice I heard is to not start too early if not they could have a regression later on. Right now it seems like far away but I’ve seen how time flies!

    • Yay cloth diapers! Washing a load of diapers and hanging them to dry never gets old for me… (well, maybe it will if my youngest is 4 and still not trained). But we’ve washed cloth diapers for over 7 years now and I still feel pretty great about diverting all that waste from landfills.

  3. My second is just starting to be interested and he just turned 2. I’d like to start doing more but I don’t want to rush him into it and baby #3 will be here in February so I feel like with so many changes coming up it might be best to start once things settle down again. We just went straight from cloth diapers to underwear with my first and it seemed to work well for her but I would love to try something like this to cut back on cleaning up so many puddles 🙂


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