Friday, February 3, 2017
Did you know that 98% of children potty train by the age of 36 months?
Potty training is easier when it's cheaper, more environmentally friendly and better on your child's skin!  We prefer using cloth instead of disposables and the Bummis Potty Pant is a great tool in making potty training easier for you and your little one!
I am going to give all the specifics about the Bummis Potty Pant and share a couple tips I've learned from potty training!
Cloth is a terrific option for potty training, some say that using cloth helps kids potty train faster!
I was sent an XL Bummis Potty Pant in Fairy Tale print in exchange for a review.  These cloth potty training pants are designed to look and feel more like underwear.  They are VERY TRIM, no bulk at all, but they absorb little accidents quite well!
I just love this print, it is decorated with cute castles, pretty pink princesses, unicorns, colorful trees, rainbows and hearts on a plum shade background.  The fabric is polyurethane laminate (PUL), which is leakproof and keeps wetness in! 
The side panels are a stretchy and lightweight fabric, in a dark hot pink color. They are really accommodating on my chunky 36 pound 3 year old!
When your child is able to get their pants pulled up and down on their own, you know that they are ready to begin potty training. The binding on the Potty Pant is composed of a soft lycra material that has fantastic stretch to get the Potty Pant on and off without fumbling.
The core is made of 2 absorbent layers.  One is a long loop cotton terry and the other is a mix of cotton, polyester and bamboo rayon. This material comes cleaner in the wash and repels stains and odors better than microfiber.
Lining the core is a natural cotton hemp fabric.  This is nice and comfortable, similar to what you'd expect in big kid underpants. Instead of pulling the moisture all the way in/ giving a stay-dry effect on the skin, it helps your child feel the sensation of being wet.
There are a total of 4 sizes available:
• Small is 18-25 lbs
• Medium is 25-30 lbs
• Large is 30-35 lbs
• X-Large is 35 and up (I'd estimate close to 40 lbs max)
There are currently a total of TEN adorable prints, absolutely something for every bum!!!
Bummis products are made in Canada with fabrics sourced from Canada and USA.  They have a made here promise and I proudly support businesses that care about this! They are compliant of all CPSIA regulations, and products are all free of lead, phthalates and BPA.  They have a guarantee for their products, if it starts leaking before 50 washes or has any other defect, they can replace the product.  They also offer a FREE troubleshooting app in case you need help. Bummis really cares about their customers!

Washing and drying the Potty Pant is simple.  First, I suggest to prep the Potty Pant by washing and drying at least twice.  The wash routine would be the same as you'd use for cloth diapers.  You do want to line dry these.
If you haven't used cloth diapers but want to use cloth training pants, don't worry!  It isn't hard washing them, at all.  You can wash a small load of 4 or 5 at a time, even.  I wash cold/warm/cold and an extra rinse in my front load HE.  It takes out all the stink.  If you have UV from the sun, set it to dry in the light and it helps more.
Potty Pant fits perfectly under clothes, no big fluffy bum like with some cloth diapers.  The first time she wore it, she went 3 hours without using the potty and had an accident.  We were grocery shopping, so she wasn't thinking about using the potty at that time.  The Potty Pant held in the urine pretty well, it did leak a little around the insides of her legs, which made her uncomfortable.  She didn't like peeing in her pretty princess big girl underwear!  The next couple times she wore it, we were at home and she pulled it down easily and made it to the potty in time.  Since then, she has been consistent with potty training, so we've used these for outings mostly. Karebear is finally getting used to using a big potty instead of a little potty!  She loves this design, especially when matching her baby sister (see my Bummis AIO review)!
What's my favorite thing about Bummis Potty Pant?
This is probably the easiest to pull up and down compared to the other potty training pants that we've tried!  Plus, knowing that I'm supporting North American products because Bummis has the made here promise!
Is there anything I'd change?
No, we are 100% pleased with the functionality and performance!
I give Bummis Potty Pants a 10/10!
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Have you tried the Bummis Potty Pant? Leave me a comment if you have, or tell me what you think about it now that you've read this review!
P.S Win your choice print and size Bummis Potty Pant- ends 2/17, open to US & Canada HERE!
All opinions are my own, written by me. This post may contain affiliate links. Please see my full disclosure for more information. If you have any questions or have a product you'd like for me to review, please email latchedonmom@gmail.com

48 comments:

  1. My girl is a long way from training pants, but I really like Bummis products and these have the cutest prints!

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  2. I would choose fairy tale!

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  3. Joy Malcom-VallejosFebruary 3, 2017 at 11:10 AM

    I haven't tried them yet, my youngest is 16 months and we didn't cloth with the older 2, but I'd love to try them with my little when she's ready

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  4. I'd love to try these when we get to potty training. I used pull ups with my first 2, but that was 6 years ago!

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  5. These look like wonderful training pants! Both the slim fit and the cute prints appeal to me. We'll need some for when we start potty training our LO soon!

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  6. This would be percect as we are startig potty training on our 3rd child. He is a bit tougher then the first 2 since I also have a 3 month old.

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  7. I love that it has a feel wet liner. My two year old isn't quite ready for potty training yet. I'm just starting to look into different options for when we do start.

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  8. My little one just turned 3 in December and we are struggling with it. She has outgrown her cloth diapers and we are trying to train her with sposie training pants, but I don't think she realizes when she is wet. I love that these have the feel wet liner.. I think that would help so much!

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  10. I have not used cloth training pants but have highly considered trying them

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  11. The hemp lining is very unique, and Bummis prints are so fun and cute for little learners!

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  12. My son is a while away from training pants but it's never too early to start a stash for when he's ready!

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  13. Id chose fairy tale, we have it in the aio it's so cute!

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  14. I have not tried cloth training pants but the look of the Bummis.

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  15. I'd choose Vintage Robots, but they are all cute!

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  16. I have not tried cloth training pants but the look of the Bummis.

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  17. I haven't tried cloth training pants yet, but I will be checking into getting some Bummis in the near future.

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  18. Our family hasn't used cloth potty training pants but these Bummis Potty Pants look very cute and functional. They are a great idea!

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  19. My daughter have two super undies cloth potty training. I see the difference that the Bummis has better stretchy on the side hip of the child. More room for the child to grow with while learning to potty train.

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  20. I did and I loved them!! Thankfully my son did very well so we only used them at night. I was so glad to not have to spend money on something we only used at night time for a precaution!

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  21. I would choose the fairy tale print

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  22. these look awesome. i havent used these before, but i would for sure try them

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  23. I have used Bummis potty pants with my first two babies and I really like how they hold more pee than other training pants we used. I like they were easy for toddlers to pull up and down. I would love to win a xl for #3 as I only have a med and large. Also, Bummis has fun prints now.

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  24. Yes we use cloth trainers and this is my favourite brand!!!

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  25. I would pick the cactus print.

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  26. We are getting close to potty training age but not quite there yet. We love our other Bummis products, though.

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  27. My daughter is currently using cloth diapers for my grandson and, I know, is planning on using cloth training pants. These are adorable!

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  28. I am currently in the middle of potty training my toddler and this sounds so much better then pull ups

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  29. I have not tried these yet, we are just starting. These look like they would fit great and with the elastic and absorbancy hold any accindents that would occur.

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  30. I would love to have a fairy tail print. It's so cute!!

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  31. I usually go straight from diapers to underwear without a hitch, but I'm potty training my third kid right now... and it isn't going quite as smoothly as my first two did! I would love to try a pair of bummis potty pants for him!

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  32. I can't decide between the toucan flamingo print or the princess unicorn print! I'm currently potty training my son, but have a daughter due in June!

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  33. We haven't tried cloth trainers but will be in need soon! These are super cute.

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  34. We just started potty training and are using cloth trainers. I like knowing that these are easy to pull up and down. Thanks for also sharing your wash routine.

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  35. i really need good trainers right now.... these look awesome

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  36. These are so cute. Where were they when I was raising my little monsters? Now I am going to be a grandma 🤗🤗🤗. Things have changed so much, and there is just so much more to help a first time mom.

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  37. I would love to try these. I am not yet using training pants but these look AMAZING!

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  38. I would love lumberjack or aloha or cactus...I wish they were made in Aztec!

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  39. My little one isn't old enough yet to be potty trained but it will be here before I know it! These sound amazing and I would love to try them out!

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  40. These look great! I love that they have a hemp inner and are a North American Company!

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  41. Our daughter is 2 and we are hoping to start potty training soon. I have never tried Bummis but have heard amazing things about their potty pants!

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  42. This weekend we are trying training pants for the first time adding extra absorbency as she is not showing readiness to tell us when she needs to go. She does like the look of her big girl diaper!

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  43. I am so excited to use cloth training pants for potty training. I feel like it will be more fun with the Bummis cute prints.

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  44. I currently use cloth trainers part time on my daughter and with use them again with my son. I absolutely love the Bummis potty pants over the other brands we tried and they are always the first my daughter goes for when we are headed out.

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  45. We haven't started potty training yet, but she will probably start in the next year, since she does show an interest in the potty. I love that the Bummis potty pants are cute, have cotton hemp layers, and are durably made!

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  46. I'm just about ready to start potty training, so I'm building up a potty training pants stash. Bummis are on my list!

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  47. My baby girl is far from potty training but these look really wonderful.

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