potty training

Reluctant Potty Training

The title of my post might seem vaguely familiar if you are a regular reader of my blog. This time last year I was potty training my son, fast forward 12 months and I find myself doing it all again with his little sister.

We have books, a potty, Big Girl pants and now a reward chart with her name on. Thanks to Stuck on You Little Sis has the nicest Potty Training Charts in town.

There are a couple of designs to choose from, we went for the Fairy/Princess theme as my daughter is obsessed with Disney Princesses at the moment. You may remember my son was a little slow to potty train, but once we started he soon grasped the concept. At the time Little Sis understood exactly what was going on but I couldn’t face potty training both of them so here we are a year later.


She loved the three designs, chose one to use straight away and helped me to attach the magnetic strips to the back so we could hang it on the fridge.


The charts are A4 size, made of card and printed with Little Sis’s name and really fun designs (there are 8 designs to choose from). You receive three charts and each has space for 10 stickers. The stickers are personalised too and there’s a variety of pictures and words to complete each chart.

We’ve decided to reward each wee or poo with a sticker and when the chart is full Little Sis gets a trip to the local toy shop. She adores stickers so I’m hoping this will really encourage her as I am fed up of nappy changing after four and a half years!

I love personalised products such as these Reward Charts. They come from Stuck on You which was created in 1995 by a Mum for her son who needed labels for nursery and now, over 19 years later, they have a huge range of personalised labels and gifts and sell to hundreds of countries over the world. Check out our previous review of some of their great back to school products.



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    Emily Knight
    August 9, 2014 at 9:46 am

    Such a good idea! I love the fact that it’s all personalised too. Hope her love of stickers means that it works! 🙂

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      August 9, 2014 at 6:30 pm

      Thanks, we need all the help we can get 🙂

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    August 9, 2014 at 9:55 am

    What a great idea this is, everyone loves stickers. Good Luck x

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