November 30, 2006

No More Diapers


No More Diapers is the story of a little bear named Glen, who gives up diapers for big kid pants. Like many babies, Glen loves his diapers and is reluctant to give them up. Until one day when Glen's best friend, Sophie, announces that she's a big girl, and wears big girl underpants. Glen decides that he's ready to give up his diapers and wear underpants too. There are a few sing-alongs including Wonderous Underous Pants, Underwear is Great, and Congratulations March. Hopefully these will inspire your reluctant toddler to give up diapers as well.

The most ingenious part of the DVD, however, are the included potty training rewards stickers. The package says there are 30 included stickers, but mine only came with 15. There are also several downloads available from the publisher. You can print out 3 coloring pages of scenes from the DVD, a potty chart where your child can place his rewards stickers, and a No More Diapers diploma, when the transition is complete.

The main story runs for about 23 minutes. And after the songs are repeated, this time in a karaoke style with the words underneath. However, there doesn't seem to be any easy way to navigate around the DVD if you just wanted to play the songs. There is no DVD menu, and you can't skip ahead, other than by using a regular fast forward, which is cumbersome at best.

Before watching, I thought the DVD would be more instructional. Instead, its designed to delight and entertain your child, and inspire him to give up diapers as well. You may wish to start playing the DVD regularly before your child is ready, so he can get used to the idea.

No More Diapers is available at for $11.99. Buy a copy for your child today, or give it as a gift to anybody with a young infant this holiday season.

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Posted by Peter at November 30, 2006 11:06 AM
Recent Comments

This is what worked well for me after being frustrated with potty training. When I was researching potty training a common theme seemed to be praise and positive reinforcement. I came across a website called We hung it in the kitchen and named the little boy on the front of the package, Bobby. My son could not wait to go to the potty so he could push the button, hear the praising message, and get his chocolate reward from, Bobby. It really got my son excited about using the potty himself and it was fun for him. Because he became so involved, potty training was easy. So give it a try.

Posted by: Karen at December 3, 2006 2:12 PM
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