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Aloha Friday: To party or not to party?

My Question:

Will you be holding a potty party too? I keep hearing it is the latest rave, giving your child a potty party when they succeed in using the potty fully.

I'm flush out. No potty party on my end.

Kailani says "In Hawaii, Aloha Friday is the day that we take it easy and look forward to the weekend. So I thought that on Fridays I would take it easy on posting, too. Therefore, I’ll ask a simple question for you to answer. Nothing that requires a lengthy response."

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  1. i guess you can find thousands of reasons to throw a party for your kid..:) we don't have any yet so idk..
    Happy Friday and here's my Aloha

  2. Never heard of it. Sounds l
    kinda silly but, you never know.

  3. LOL! I have heard more and more about them too and NO-I will NOT be having a potty party.

  4. Uhh.... no. I'm not even sure by what someone means by fully. How long does the child have to go without having an accident to be considered using the potty fully and get a party? No, the way I see it is that she is going to use the potty and the reward is that her clothes are not wet and dirty. :)

  5. Not going to happen here. We celebrate each successful trip to the potty to reinforce it. Once we really start with my youngest we will have reward stickers and things to help with motivation, but no party.

  6. OMG, I've never heard of such. Does the kid sit on his/her crown (toilet) while other dance around him/her? lol, sounds ridiculous.

  7. nope!
    lol, that is just silly to me

  8. Well, considering my boys are teens, no. LOL However if they were little again, no I would not. With the newest "trends" I am very glad my children are older.

  9. Probably not. I am with upstatemomof3...when do you know to throw the party?? How are they going to feel when they have an accident? When the time comes, we will probably have a sticker chart or something to reward each time in the potty while they are training but I think a good reward is getting to wear big kid fun underwear!

  10. Oh how funny...Never heard of that. I do not know if at would do that.
    Here's my Aloha Friday link for you

  11. LOL nope not me. We did take her to the store to buy her fav big girl undies though. Good luck with Potty Training! :)

  12. Sure! That's such a great milestone to achieve. rofl...

  13. I've never heard of the custom so no, I probably wouldn't.

  14. That's a first, but whatever works I'd say, but something tells me you better let him know. He may not want people to know he's being potty trained & that he use to have accidents prior. I guess it would depend on the age. Not sure on that one. Sorry.

  15. Aloha! Following from Friday Follow!
    I've heard about those. But never tried that on any of my kids.
    Have a great weekend:)

  16. I gave Kiana small treats along the way but never a potty party. Maybe I'll do that with Kaila. :-)

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