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22 Potty Training Products You Gotta Try!

BabyBjorn Potty Chair 1 of 22
This popular ergonomically designed potty chair from BabyBjorn® features rounded styling and lots of leg room, so your child can get closer to the seat. The high back and armrests make it comfortable for your child, while the splashguard prevents messy cleanups—and it's easy to clean.
PRIMO 4-In-1 Soft Seat Toilet Trainer and Step Stool 2 of 22
It's a potty chair that follows your child through all stages of training—from a small potty chair to big toilet seat attachment, to a stepstool. It's also a little bigger than many toilet trainers we've seen—with a nice, large hole and wide seat with lots of room—which makes it a great option for older or larger children. This PRIMO seat comes with toilet training tips, reward stickers, and discount coupons for training pants.
Kiddyloo Toilet Seat Reducer 3 of 22
The Kiddyloo is perfect for potty training your child and making him feel like a big kid, because it allows him to use the regular toilet like Mom and Dad. The large handles keep little hands off the toilet lid and away from germs. It also folds up for easy storage.
Potty Training in One Day—The Potty Patty Doll 4 of 22
What better way to learn how to use the potty then to become the potty training teacher! Mimicking through pretend play is super helpful and a doll that actually goes pee is pretty cool to a kid. It's also really handy for getting your child to engage in teaching as together you "show" Potty Patty® what to do. This doll comes with three "big kid" doll training pants (for the lots and lots of accidents Dolly will inevitably have), plus two bottles. Did we mention it's also anatomically correct? So pick up the boy version if you're training a little man.
Once Upon a Potty DVD 5 of 22
A classic! One DVD tells a little boy's story of potty-training success; the other tells a girl's story. Toddlers will enjoy watching Joshua and Prudence graduate from diapers to potty, and will want to emulate these cheery cartoon kids and sing "The Potty Song" along with them. But we have to warn you, that song will be stuck in your head for weeks! The good news is, the song will be stuck in your child's head too, constantly reminding him that "it's a potty party."

Gerber All-In-One Waterproof Training Pants 6 of 22
The inside layer of these Gerber® waterproof training pants is absorbent 100-percent cotton that will hold about one urine accident and will give your child a chance to make it to the potty without wetting his clothes. A great alternative to disposible training pants for those eco-concious parents. (But you may want to keep a few disposible trainers on hand for times you don't have access to a washer and dryer.)
PRIMO Folding Potty with Handles 7 of 22
For on-the-go parents, this handy, folding toilet seat helps make public toilets not seem so huge for little bottoms. It also creates a much needed barrier between your kiddo and those yucky public toilet seats. The best part is that it folds up for easy storage and includes a travel bag, so those yucky toilet seat cooties stay in the bag. If you're especially germ conscious (like us), you could even give it little swipe with a disinfecting wipe after each use.
Toilet Time Targets for Boys 8 of 22
Toilet training has its own unique challenges. These floating little targets will help them keep their eyes on the prize (or at least, in the toilet) as they aim for fun animal shapes. And just so you know, you won't need to go fish them out. They're made from nontoxic, biodegradable tissue paper that is totally septic system safe.
Neat Solutions Potty Topper Disposable Stick-in-Place Toilet Seat Covers 9 of 22
Protects children (and the whole family) from germs on public toilet seats. These Potty Toppers® stick in place with adhesive tabs, providing a sanitary barrier between little bottoms and germs. And they're waterproof so nothing leaks through.
Time to Pee! by Mo Willems 10 of 22
An adorable book by the author of Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus that uses boys and girls—and a pep squad of mice—to review bathroom procedures and encourage toddlers to use the potty. The author this helpful book is one of our favorites because of the way he relates to parents as much as the kids.
Have You Seen My Potty? by Mij Kelly 11 of 22
When it's time for potty training, both toddlers and parents will have fun with this book. Told in verse, it's the story of Suzy Sue, who has something very important to do! The truth is, she needs to poo—but someone has snatched her potty away! Kids will laugh at the big, bright color illustrations as they turn each page, and as Mom or Dad reads Suzy Sue's funny story.
The No-Cry Potty Training Solution: Gentle Ways to Help Your Child Say Good-Bye to Diapers by Elizabeth Pantley 12 of 22
Potty training your child doesn't have to be a stressful experience. Parenting authority Elizabeth Pantley helps your child get on the road to bathroom independence without frustration, confusion, or tears. Plus, this is the only potty training book with complete bathroom safety checklists.
Bright Products Potty Training 101 13 of 22
The kit from Bright Products contains everything you need to get your child excited about learning to use the potty. Developmentally appropriate activities are taught through potty books, cheers, art activities, and rewarding sticker charts.
Leap's New Potty! Software 14 of 22
"Get Ready for Potty Time" features three ways to learn and play together: sing-along songs encourage your child to try the potty and to celebrate potty success; engaging stories teach about recognizing the signs of when to go, explain the diaper-to-potty transition, and encourage your child through the entire potty-learning process; and hands-on learning games teach potty-related words.
Potty Train Your Child in Just One Day: Proven Secrets of the Potty Pro by Teri Crane 15 of 22
A helpful guide to get your child out of diapers in just one day. (Honestly, it can be done!) The philosophy being that you look for signs that your child is ready, use a potty-training doll to make the child the teacher, and create incentives through positive reinforcement. All this is wrapped around the author's secret ingredient: "potty parties!" She even provides imaginative party themes that you can use on potty training day.
Potty Animal: Funny Songs About Potty Training 16 of 22
Some kids need a little extra entertainment to motivate them to sit on the potty. These funny songs about potty training ("Potty Animal," "Gonna Go Go," "Don't Pamper Me") will encourage toddlers to stay on the potty (and hopefully use it!) while at the same time giving parents a little chuckle.
Elmo's Potty Time DVD 17 of 22
Creates a positive potty time experience for your child with Elmo, Baby Bear, Grover, and other
Sesame Street friends. This song-filled DVD teaches children that everyone—mothers, fathers, sisters, brothers, friends, and even monsters—has to learn how to use the potty.
Potty Watch Toilet Training Aid 18 of 22
Half the battle of toilet training is reminding the child when it is time to go. The Potty Watch takes care of that job for you. The watch's music and blinking lights will get children's attention (It's time to go!) in a way that's low-pressure and entertaining.
Travel Potty Chair 19 of 22
On-to-go parents will love this travel potty chair that folds to briefcase size to take in the car, beach, camping—anywhere. It's got storage containers of either side for holding toilet paper and extra bags (they also make good handles). But best of all, you can use it with any 1-gallon bag, which works as the toilet bowl. Just toss the bag after each use. Genius!
Flippee The Toilet Shield 20 of 22
Another handy product for little boys—this Flippee toilet shield protects your toilet, walls, and floor from accidents. It attaches to your toilet with suction cups and stores discreetly around the base when you don't need it.
Summer Infant Deluxe Piddle Pad 21 of 22
Maybe you've mastered potty training in the house, but inevitably, as soon as you hit the road, your toddler is going to have to go. And now! This super handy piddle pad from Summer Infant® is perfect for protecting the car seat if you don't have time to pull over. The waterproof seat liner holds more than 1 cup of fluid and the unique bucket shape holds all the mess. Also, it's completely machine washable for easy cleanup.
Basic Comfort Handy's Plus Pad 22 of 22
Is your child ready to wear big kid underwear to bed at night? This mattress pad is super absorbent and protects sheets and the mattress from accidents. Buy more than one so you don't have to wash it in the middle of the night.
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