Potty training is the one milestone that I have been dreading and actually procrastinating about. It is just such a mission. We live such a busy life on weekends and during potty training you need to slow down a bit to get your little one settled and focused on the task at hand.
We shared this article on potty training last year, but that was at a time when our girls weren’t ready. A contributor shared the post and it has some amazing tips and ideas, but you will have to do it the way that works best for you.
Ida’s baby is fully potty trained now but my little girl has only really warmed up to the idea now, at the age of 2y7months. So I have bought lots of colourful panties from Woolworths and Ackermans which she really loves. We have also started reading books on using the potty during our bedtime reading to get her to understand that big girls don’t wear nappies. A book my daughter and I both like is Ready to go by Janet Hall.
I have been tweeting about potty training lately and this last weekend we received the Dudu Anatomical Seat from CAM in the post!
It is such a lovely treat and since we got it my daughter has been asking to ‘wee in my potty’ even when she doesn’t need to pee. We had so much fun opening up our present from Primababy SA, she thought it was a car when we opened it LOL. CAM is an Italian brand that makes baby products in such bright and fun colours that bring enjoyment to your child’s different stages of growth.
The Dudu Anatomical seat comes in a fun dog shape in 3 different colours – red, blue and yellow. We got a beautiful red one. The seat has a comfy backrest and support handles with a turning badge to keep baby busy and entertained. It is very light in weight, easy to store away and would make a really nice baby shower present.
What was your experience with potty training if you have gone through it? If you haven’t yet started potty training, are you feeling ready or have you been procrastinating too? I think my biggest fear was dealing with scooping the poop LOL!
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