At 2.5, there is some real incentive to get your toddler potty trained. I don’t think I need to go into any more detail than I already have in the headline. Unfortunately, the incentive is typically felt mainly by the parents, and toddlers will continue on pooping in their diapers until you instigate some serious change.
Meanwhile, I apparently got a little too aggressive with our previous diaper pail and busted it. So when Munchkin got in touch to collaborate on a post about the Arm & Hammer Diaper Pail, I was all in.
I found these stickers at the dollar store (bonus: they are made in the U.S.A. of eco-friendly materials—even the dollar stores are getting green!), and thought they’d be a fun way to help Frida personalize her new diaper pail.
We were literally saying cheese in this photo. The great thing about this pail is that when you insert the dirty diaper and close the lid, a mechanism twists the bag to seal it off and mitigate any stinky odor. It also has a refillable Arm & Hammer Baking Soda capsule for that same purpose. Thank goodness because we need all the help we can get!
Frida could care less about her stinky poop, she just wants to dance.
She wanted to investigate the inner workings of the pail, but luckily that door stays securely shut against curious toddlers.
Our finished work of art This pail is a life saver at the moment, but I do have to admit that I hope we won’t need to use it too much longer!!
This post was sponsored by Munchkin.