It’s that time of year. No, I’m not talking about Valentine’s Day, Mardi Gras, or Easter. I’m talking about Potty Training! My son turned 3-years-old last week and he decided he is going to be a Big Boy and go potty. Well, this Momma MIGHT have nudged him along by purchasing a new Potty Chair, buying new Toy Story Underwear, and reading him Scholastic’s New Pirate Potty book.
Okay, Okay, I even made a potty chart that we taped on the wall right next to his Potty Chair. I’m ready to get this show on the road and the best part? I’m bringing you guys on this journey with us by showcasing some of our favorite Potty Training products and Tips, all week long, to make it a success!
Both books provide a helpful, step-by-step story that introduces girls & boys to the concept of toilet training. Pirate Potty is a pirate-themed, toilet-training book that is fit for the little swashbuckler in your life! Includes a pirate’s hat and reward stickers! Princess Potty follows the same theme…a toilet-training book that is fit for the Royal Highness in your life! This book includes tiara and reward stickers!
Momma Findings Family Thoughts:
We had the chance to check out both books, but the Pirate Potty book is more up our alley since I’m potty training my son. They both are very similar with different themes.
- Gender Themed: Both books really focus on what will engage your little potty trainer. For us, the Pirate theme helped my 3-year-old become excited and encouraged about the whole potty training process. I’ve gotta say, my 6-year-old (who is obviously already potty trained) liked the Princess Potty book so much she gave herself a sticker every time she went to the bathroom… that’s how fun it these two books are!
- Rhymes: Not only are the pictures and theme engaging, but the wording and rhymes are plain fun.
- Rewards: Each book comes with either Pirate Hat or Princess crown. Each time a toilet trip is a success your little trainer can add a sticker to it!
Momma Improvements and Suggestions:
- Hat Assembly: Our Pirate Hat and Princess Crown were a little hard to put together once we punched them out of the book. Once assembled, they weren’t very sturdy, kept falling off, and I was worried they wouldn’t last long enough to get my guy potty trained. I, instead, stapled a head band of my daughters to the back of the Pirate hat so my son can easily put it on and take it off. Not only that, but it stays put and you can hang it on towel hooks in your bathroom for the next potty trip. Check out my little Pirate:
You can purchase both Princess Potty and Pirate Potty at Amazon.com for the low price of $5.99.
FIVE lucky Momma Findings readers will win a Potty Training Gift Pack that contains both the Princess Potty and Pirate Potty book!
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