Potty training is a messy business. I’m sure we all have some funny potty stories we could share. Connor is almost 4 and he’s doing really well at using the potty. He has the occasional accident and is a hard sleeper so he’s not in undies 100% of the time yet…but we are hoping to get there soon! One of the most challenging things after your child gets the hang of using the potty is learning how to wipe themselves. We are trying to teach Connor how to use the potty and stay clean without spreading germs afterwards. Tips like washing your hands, not touching the toilet, and of course cleaning himself properly have been on that list.
He hasn’t quite mastered wiping yet, but it’s been a lot easier with Cottonelle Clean Care toilet paper and moist Cleansing Cloths. I absolutely love the cleansing cloths! They are flushable and have a clean fresh scent. I know that after wiping he’ll be clean and his sensitive bum won’t be chapped.
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Sometimes when Connor isn’t looking I sneak a little treat in the bathroom. It’s a little reward for when he remembers to use the toilet paper by himself 🙂
I’ll be honest, when we were done with diapers and wipes I was a little scared. It’s hard to change your routine from diapers and wipes to toilet paper and big boy undies. Part of me thought that he wouldn’t stay as clean because I wasn’t constantly wiping him anymore….but now I know he’s not walking around with a smelly bum because we use Cottonelle Cleansing Cloths and toilet paper. Connor actually prefers this routine even better now! That makes me one happy Mom and he’s a happy independent kid because he can do it himself now….and he feels like the king of the POTTY!