What’s in our potty training bag?



The time is coming for potty training for B. Hopefully, she gets on board soon because I’m kind of getting sick of changing diapers. 

So, with optimism on my side, I’m working on packing a potty training bag in my Ju-Ju-Be BeQuick for when we are out and about. 

What s in my potty training bag jujuju bequick

A bribe for kiddo + parent

This girl is pretty stubborn and I’m not beneath a bribe, so yes, first and foremost, there is chocolate in my bag. When she goes, she gets a piece. Right now it’s Russell Stover Pomegranate Bites. They are pretty tasty and help our girl get excited about the potty. They might also help three other little girls encourage their sister. And, let’s me honest…those other ones? Well, those big ones from an Russell Stover Assorted bag are to keep mom and dad okay with dealing with any messes.

what's in potty training bag jujube bequick

A wet bag

There’s likely to be an accident or two, so I’ve got a wet bag for placing any accident clothes in it. It will keep the rest of the bag dry and mess-free.

A change of clothes

A change of clothes is a must including tops, bottoms, underwear and even socks. Don’t forget the socks. 


Wipes are crucial to potty accidents. You can’t see them, but they fit in there, too (who knew this bag was so big, right?).

What's in my potty training bag jujube bequick

A little more about Russel Stover Bites

  • Fruit-flavored bites are drenched in chocolate and come in pomegranate, orange and blueberry.
  • There’s also a sugar-free option to our fruit bites, available in cranberry, orange and blueberry flavors.

Flavors in the Favorites collection include

  • Milk Chocolate Pecan Delight
  • Dark Chocolate Coconut
  • Milk Chocolate Caramel
  • Dark Chocolate Mint Patties
  • The line also includes an Assorted bag, with a mix of all of the favorites, for fans who love them all.

Now, about that potty training. I’d love to hear your words of wisdom and tips. Even though this is the fourth kid, they are all different and all equally difficult!

Am I forgetting anything in our bag?

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  1. I never thought to bring my potty treats with me, and thank heavens for wet bags!

  2. Pat Chance says:

    good idea on the socks – I think extra socks are always forgotten – maybe another pair of shoes too if you have room

  3. Such great ideas for a potty training bag on the go. Including a chocolate treat for yourself is a great idea.

  4. OMG don’t forget the socks…. the first time I did, I was a sorry Mama. I also didn’t think to have a wetbag, so we had to borrow a grocery sack. Not the same! Great list!

  5. YUM! I want to try them all. I don’ know what’s more tough…the sleepless nights with a baby or potty training.

  6. Bryan Vice says:

    i am having trouble with my 2 year old boy potty training

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