There is this big event coming to the Patterson household, no I’m not talking about Christmas. I’m talking about my toddler turning 2 in February. He is a handful and before I know it we’ll be in the midst of potty training. I was thankful to be over this stage with my older two and here I find myself again.
There are so many cool products on the shelves to help us Mommas who cringe at the thought of starting to potty train. From musical seats to informative DVD’s, there is an abundance of helpers to choose from. I was absolutely thrilled to have discovered The Potty Caddy.
Everything you may need to start potty training is in the portable caddy, down to the toilet paper. Seriously, there is a toilet paper roll right inside! Granted, it’s not the good stuff like Charmin or Cottenelle (which my husband will ONLY let me buy), but it’s a cute concept. The roll can easily be replaced with a tissue to your liking.
A really cool item included is the set of toilet targets. As I said before, I have a little boy so this will be great for practice. I’m sure my 6 year old will probably snag a few for himself too. In all my potty training experience (one with a boy and one with a girl), we never used targets. Why? Have NO idea.
Along with the targets and toilet paper, there is a potty chart with reward stickers. What really encourages your child is the fact that it’s EASY to earn a sticker, little ones for sitting and bigger ones for “going”. Once you fill up the potty chart, you can always download and print out more.
You can’t have a potty caddy without a book, right? Well, there is a 32 page illustrated book for you to enjoy with your toddler answering all kinds of questions they might be worried about such as: Will I fall in? Why does the toilet make such a loud noise? I love that’s it’s gender neutral too, making it perfect for any family in the midst of the saga that is Potty Training.
I saved my favorite part for the end though, 4 really funny miniature magazines that your tot would love reading while he’s sitting, just like Dad. Titles include:
BQ (Babies Quarterly)
So, as a Momma to three I can really relate to Rachel Gordon, the author. We both have extensive potty training experience and have been long time toilet users. The Potty Caddy is a must for your journey through potty training.
Retailing for 14.95 you can make a purchase by visiting Amazon.com.
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