Potty Chairs

467 Words2 Pages
Potty training gear for child.
Toilet, or jar, training is an important step in the development of a child and all parents must eventually engage with it. Most toddlers are willing to learn how to play a game between the ages of two and three. Because the process is not immediate and bathrooms are not small for toddlers, there are several items that make the transition period easier and the training more effective.
Potty chair
Potty chairs are toddler and medium sized portable potties, which children can turn on and off by themselves. It can eliminate the child 's risk from slipping out of an adult-sized toilet and some of the harassment from the process by bringing him closer to ground level. The chair also makes bowel movements easier for the child. Along with portable home potty seats, you can also consider travel versions so that you do not have to change the training at a grandparent of the house, for example,
…show more content…
It makes the regular seat bigger and the opening smaller so there is no risk of slipping in the water of your child. A chair with a footrest makes the child sit more comfortably for long periods. A step placed next to the toilet allows the toddler to safely climb to the toilet on his own. It will also make the sink accessible for washing hands.
Training pants
Training pants offer some level of protection, but unlike the diapers, toddlers can take them off and put them on by themselves. They are also not as absorbent as diapers, so the child immediately knows if he has had an accident. Colorful designs will make the pants more interesting to the child. Pants are available for both day and night, so even if your child is accident-free during the day, he can be protected at night until he has no more frequent accidents. The clothing that your toddler wears must also be easily removed.

More about Potty Chairs

Open Document