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The First Years Potty Seat

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Moueska


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"Fine. We have a cat. We're cat people now."

Yay!



... I LOL'd.


As a mom, at the price point, I'd consider getting one of these. I bought a "training seat" that sits on top of the potty for my son, and he's all trained now, so the need's just not there.

Homercles


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"Stand alone potty?" For the life of me I never understood why parents would want to train their kids to poop in a bucket.

That's like training you dog to pee in a special corner of your carpet.

Train them to use the toilet, it's where you want them to end up anyway.

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neuropsychosocial


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Homercles wrote:"Stand alone potty?" For the life of me I never understood why parents would want to train their kids to poop in a bucket.

That's like training you dog to pee in a special corner of your carpet.

Train them to use the toilet, it's where you want them to end up anyway.

Because you can't leave a toddler unattended on a regular toilet? Because it take an hour to get a drop of pee out of a toddler and I have other things to do? Because I can't move my regular toilet into the living room?

I've never heard of a child who had difficulty moving from a toddler potty to a regular potty who wouldn't have had trouble with the regular potty regardless (i.e., some kids are afraid of the big toilet, but their fear is unrelated to whether they've used a toddler potty). Admittedly, I am not a child psychologist, but of all the concerns I hear from my adolescent patients and their parents, none of them are related to lingering trauma of moving from a toddler potty to a regular one.

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neuropsychosocial wrote:Because you can't leave a toddler unattended on a regular toilet? Because it take an hour to get a drop of pee out of a toddler and I have other things to do? Because I can't move my regular toilet into the living room?

I've never heard of a child who had difficulty moving from a toddler potty to a regular potty who wouldn't have had trouble with the regular potty regardless (i.e., some kids are afraid of the big toilet, but their fear is unrelated to whether they've used a toddler potty). Admittedly, I am not a child psychologist, but of all the concerns I hear from my adolescent patients and their parents, none of them are related to lingering trauma of moving from a toddler potty to a regular one.


Who said anything about trauma? It's just stupid to have something extra to clean out when you can use this:
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000AV5LZ8/ref=oh_details_o02_s00_i00