4 great products to help potty-train your kid
By Aimee Heckel
You’ve been dreading this parental task, but there’s no way around it. You have to do it. It’s time to potty-train your kid.
No doubt, the potty-training battle is one of the most feared (and messy) (and potentially stressful) parts of having a toddler. But with the right support from products designed to help you out — and a giant dose of patience — you can make it through this milestone without getting too many more grey hairs.
Here are four of our favorite potty-training products from Toys “R” Us.
1. An awesome training potty, like this three-in-one Mickey Mouse potty, $25.49 at Toys R Us.
We are always big fans of “convertible-style” kid’s products that grow with your kid, because they save money and space. This potty comes with a detachable training seat that you can eventually put on the family toilet, and the kid’s potty turns into a step-stool.
A step-stool alone is typically about $20, and a separate training seat is about $10. Buying a three-in-one can easily save you $30.
Plus, your kid will get a kick out of the cheering sound when he flushes the potty.
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2. A fun potty-training book to read before bed at night and while sitting on the potty — and waiting.
3. A potty watch is a clever new invention, $9.99, to help remind your little one when it’s time to go.
Set it watch for 30 minutes, an hour or 90 minutes and it will flash and play music to remind your kid to head to the potty. This empowers your kid to stop and listen to her body and tell you that it’s potty time, instead of you trying to drag them to the bathroom in the middle of playtime.
4. A potty hook to keep your bathroom organized and clutter-free. OK, this one’s for you, mom. This hook lets you hang your kid’s potty seat from the toilet tank, so you won’t be kicking it around on the bathroom floor, and your kid will never be searching for it during an emergency. For just $1.98, this is an invaluable and inexpensive addition to complete your potty-training experience.
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