Favorite Potty Chair? & Training Book?

Carrie - posted on 01/21/2010 ( 4 moms have responded )

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I'm starting to think about potty training my 23 mo old daughter and am trying to decide which potty chair to buy. She's 28lbs and tall for her age so I'll need one on the larger/sturdier side. They're probably all fine, just curious to see what people think.

Also, I'm interested in knowing if there are any favorite training books out there that helped with the process. There are so many and it's hard to tell which ones = real life success. THANKS!!

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Georgina - posted on 02/06/2011

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HI! Thanks Allison for your input, I have the Baby Bjoyn potty seat too and love it and going out for a soft cushioned one for the regular toilet seat as well. I have another question- any recommendations on travel potty seats? I was thinking of getting the Potette Plus travel potty

Allison - posted on 03/11/2010

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Just to follow up, we also have a cushioned one that sits on the big potty, and I agree, sometimes that was the best so he couldn't get off so easily :) Later we got some little steps so he can climb on and off it by himself. He decides if he wants to use the big or little potty, which he seems to like.

Laura - posted on 03/11/2010

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I bought the potty where you can sit part of it on the adult potty. It's made by Safety 1st. That way my son doesn't just get up and walk away, he actually sits there. Plus, it has a cushioned seat :)

Allison - posted on 03/09/2010

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Oh, for my big boy the best one is the Baby Bjorn potty seat. They have a smaller version, too, but this is the big one with an insert that comes out to empty. We got another brand - 1st step - that he didn't like, and the pee always shot out (I guess with a girl you don't have to worry about that!)



He LOVED Dr. Sear's kids book "You Can Go to the Potty". Other ones were fun for him to read, but that one actually helped him learn. Good luck!

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