National Potty Dance Day is an annual American celebration of potty dancing. Yes, yes, exactly those fancy moves when our bladder is full and we’re trying to neatly make it to the coveted room. The unusual holiday is celebrated on March 5.
In general, the National Potty Dance Day celebration is aimed at getting your child accustomed to the potty. When your child wants to go to the bathroom, he will show it with different body movements. It is these that can be called a kind of dance. It is not known who suggested the creation of the holiday, but its fun nature led to the widespread adoption of National Potty Dance Day.
Also of note is the great role of Huggies, the company that makes diapers for children. They popularized the potty dance in their promotional campaigns and even wrote a song for it. This promotional move not only increased demand for diapers from the manufacturer, but also popularized National Potty Dance Day.
- In 1955, Victor Mills developed samples of absorbent paper, and three years later the first experimental batch of diapers was produced.
- Babies today spend about 20,000 hours of their lives in diapers.
- The optimal age for a child to be potty trained – from 18 to 30 months. If you ignore it, then later it will be much more difficult to cancel wearing diapers.
How to celebrate
Buy your child a nice potty or switch to better diapers. On National Potty Dance Day, just spend time with your little one with more attention.
Spread the word on social media. Find out from other users what dances their kids do when they want to potty.
When is National Potty Dance Day in 2024?
National Potty Dance Day is observed on March 5 each year.