Toilet Trainer for Kids
Is your toddler potty trained yet?
Before our son was ready to be potty trained, we looked for a potty to get him and decided on a soft training seat that you could just put on top of the toilet seat. While setting it up, which means just placing it on top of the toilet seat, I don’t know how but I managed to drop it in the toilet bowl. And my son was terrified when I tried to make him sit on the toilet.
We started potty training my son after he turned two years old (You can read about potty training here). Fortunately, there was no more terrified scream and we got a potty chair that was easy to sit on.
Until we found this a few weeks ago:
Since he has been potty trained for several months, this seemed like a great idea to transition to the big potty. And it definitely is.
It was very easy to assemble right out of the box, with an instruction manual and tool to put it all together. The plastic seemed really sturdy too.
It could fit your toilet bowl because it can be easily folded and adjusted to the right height. Unlike the picture on the box, we just put it on top of the toilet seat and it works fine.
It even has anti-slip rubber stoppers so it doesn’t slide on the bathroom floor.
We got this toilet trainer at S&R Shopping but I’m not sure if it is a regular item they carry.
If you’re looking for a toilet trainer to transition your kid to the big potty, this is a good alternative to a step stool because you can just fold it away.
But if you’re just about to start potty training, you should choose the right potty chair suitable for your toddler.