The Ultimate Potty Training Guide eBook (FREE with any purchase)
60 pages of everything you need to know about potty training 👏
Table of Contents:
- Is Your Child Ready?
- Helping Your Child Prepare
- Using Videos and Books
- Toilet Adapter Seats
- Toilet Use Hacks
- The Right Time to Start
- Bladder Control
- Bowel Control
- Staying Dry in the Daytime
- Giving Rewards
- Giving Praise
- Good Hygiene During Training
- Nighttime Training
- Training on the Road
- Helping the Child Who Really Resists
- Physical Complications
- Potty Training Your Child with Special Needs
- Tips for the Boys
- Potty Training Tips, Tricks, and Hacks
How do Peejamas work?
Contrary to diapers which absorb any and all moisture, Peejamas are designed to slowly absorb liquid and not as much (about 10oz) as a diaper, which causes the child to feel a wet sensation and encourage them to get up and go to the bathroom. What often happens with diapers is children get too comfortable wetting them and the potty training process is prolonged. Peejamas can absorb roughly 3 pees a night for light to moderate pee-ers, making them the perfect stepping stone to overcoming nighttime potty training.
They're cheaper than overnight disposable diapers
Parents will pay over $2,000 during the course of their child's potty-training journey, and that doesn't include night-time diapers, which cost, on average, 50% more than standard day-time diapers. This means Peejamas are literally 66%+ cheaper than leading diaper brands when you calculate the quantity and cost of diapers over the span of potty training (they can be washed 300+ times)!
They're an eco-friendly diaper alternative
Did you know it takes 500 years for ONE diaper to decompose? It's true. Diapers contribute to billions of pounds of waste to landfills each year while ONE pair of Peejamas can be washed over 300 times, eliminating 18 pounds of waste and helping save the planet...one jammie at a time.
They're kid-friendly and cozy!
Peejamas are created from Oeko-100, certified fabrics that are 100% safe for contact with your child's skin and provide maximum absorbency of urine. Our pajamas are one of the few sold in the U.S. that do not soak the fabric in fire-retardant chemicals. This is important to us as we don't want to put anything on your children we wouldn't put on ours.