baby signs potty training kit give-away

A new potty training program is combining the power of baby sign language with developmentally appropriate practices to help babies potty train -- many before the age of two. And, one lucky saskmom.com reader will win this potty training system in a draw on Jan. 22.

Saskatoon's own Mommy Hands Baby Sign Language is giving away one complete at-home kit with a fun "Potty Train" theme that contains:
  • A parent guide from child development experts to help as you lead your baby to potty success.
  • The All Aboard the Potty Train DVD, which contains catchy tunes, both animation and real kids, five potty-time signs and reinforcement of the potty routine.
  • An interactive All Aboard the Potty Train board book, in which the potty-time signs are hidden under flaps for babies to discover.
  • Colorful reward stickers that feature positive messages such as "Good job!" and "I'm on the Potty Train!"
  • An "All Aboard the Potty Train" conductor's whistle to signal it's time to go potty or to "sound the trumpet of success." 
My family just ordered our training kit today. If you don't happen to win the draw, don't fret. All Mommy Hands Baby Sign Language training kits are currently 25 percent off!


You can enter this draw three separate times:

1. The first way to enter is to comment below with a favourite thing to do with your kid(s) in Saskatoon.
2.  Earn a second entry by becoming a fan of Mommy Hands Baby Sign Language on Facebook and adding it as a separate entry below.
3. Earn a third entry by sharing your experiences in the discussion board on saskmom.com's Facebook fan page and letting us know that you did in a separate entry below.

This give-away will close on Jan. 22, 2010, at noon. At that time, a winning entry will be selected through Random.org. This give-away is open to Canadian residents only.