Go-Wash-Go Potty Training Tips from Sam’s Club

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Right after I had my first child, a wonderful little boy, everyone would always tell me that I was in for a treat when it came time to potty train. They said, oh boys are sooo hard and girls are much easier to potty train. HA HA HA! That was a joke right?

It had to have been because my son was potty trained very quickly before he hit the age of three. My two daughters on the other hand, they are the stubborn ones. Kaydee was 3 1/2 before she was using the potty 100% of the time and now we’re working with Emma who is 2 1/2 on a potty training routine. This little girl is more stubborn than the two of them combined.

For that reason alone, I was really excited when I was introduced to the Go-Wash-Go routine brought together by Sam’s Club, Huggies Pull-Ups and Dial Complete. This three step routine is easy enough for me and my toddler to remember and practice regularly.

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Make Potty Training Fun (and Healthy) in 3 Easy Steps

  1. GO – Take your child to the potty and download a printable door hanger for the bathroom. Do not disturb! Big Kid in Training!
  2. WASH – Play the Sing-a-long song which lasts 20 seconds to wash hands with Dial Complete, a fun foam soap easy for little kids to use.
  3. GO – Celebrate! Play with your child, add a sticker to their potty celebration chart or maybe even a small treat.

This potty training routine is lots of fun for our daughter and is helping make her transition from Pull-Ups to big girl underwear a success. For more potty training tips, be sure to visit SamsClub.com/Huggies.


huggies pullups dial complete potty training

Note – We received a Potty Training package and gift card to share this information. Opinions expressed are my own.

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  1. says

    Thanks so much for sharing the tips and routine! I was completely potty trained by 18 months so we’ll potentially be introducing the potty in a few months to Sweet T. Wish us luck whether it’s in four months or two years, I’ve got a feeling we will need it, ;)

  2. says

    I always heard that girls were more difficult than boys to potty train. My boys were both difficult to train but they were also both preemies so that could have made a difference. The Go, Wash, Go method does seem pretty easy to remember and I like that it encourages good hygiene habits. Thank you for sharing!

  3. says

    I only have one child, a boy, and he was easy to potty train. :) My niece has a 9 mo. old girl, so she’ll need this before she knows it.