Anyone ever go into Target saying you’ll only spend like $30… but walk out with a cart full of goodies worth $300? Target really has everything! Groceries, clothes, home decor, toys… I go in for toothpaste, and I walk out with a new living room theme. And I won’t even tell you how much I’ve spent from the Halloween $1 – $3 bins section. If you love Target as much as I do, this is the giveaway to enter! You could win a $150 Target Gift Card! Think of everything you could purchase with it?
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As my son turned 2 years old back in April, I knew this would be quite a year. Yes 2013 is the year we decided to tackle potty training! I always heard that this task would be more challenging with a boy. However, I thought with my sweet baby boy, it would be different. He would cooperate, he would listen to me, and it wouldn’t be long before he was a toilet-using pro. Of course I was wrong. My little man had no interest in potty training and told me his diapers worked just fine. Never fear though, I was up for the challenge to dive into this new bathroom time care routine!
I decided to make my way to Target to pick up some bathroom necessities to help get my son more excited about potty training! As soon as I saw the “Bath Tissue” sign, I knew that was the right aisle. You see, my son is a little big of an energetic wiggle worm. He doesn’t exactly sit still on the toilet, whether he’s finished using the potty or not. Let’s just say I find myself cleaning the bathroom several times daily. Maybe some new “fancy” wipes and toilet paper will excite him about using the bathroom? I know it may sound like I’m grasping at straws, but I was willing to try anything!