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Huggies Pull-Ups

An important step in the toilet training process is to foster your toddler’s desire to be a big kid and to be independent. Huggies Pull-Ups Toilet Training Pants have been designed with this in mind. By showing your child the Pull-Ups pant graphics and characters, they can see that they are more like undies than nappies. This helps to send a clear signal to your child that they are embarking on an exciting new stage of being a big kid.
The “Feel Wet to Learn” Wetness Liner temporarily allows your child to feel the wetness against their skin before drawing it away. This in turn teaches your toddler to distinguish between feeling wet and feeling dry and helps them to learn when they need to go to the toilet.


At Costco:

Pull-Ups Size 2 51ct $34.99 (69c each)
Pull-Ups Size 3 45ct $34.99 (78c each)

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