|Item Model Number||11520|
|Batteries||2 AA batteries required. (included)|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Item Weight||454 g|
Summer Infant My Size Potty - Training Toilet for Toddler Boys & Girls - with Flushing Sounds and Wipe Dispenser
|Price:||+ $79.11 Delivery|
- Realistic design looks and feels just like an adult toilet
- Handle features a flush sound to reward a job well done
- Flip-up lid and removable, easy-clean bowl. For children 18 months up to 50 pounds. Seating Area 9.5 x 11.25 Inch.Interior Seat Opening 4.5 x 6.25 Inch
- Built-in wipe compartment promotes healthy habits
- Clip on splash guard for boys
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The Summer Infant My Size Potty features the look and feel of an adult toilet to help ensure a comfortable and confident transition to the real thing. The toilet handle features a flushing sound to reward and encourage your little one, and a built in wipe dispenser promotes good hygiene habits. This easy to clean potty includes a removable bowl and clip on splash guard for boys.
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Otro contra es que de safa con gran facilidad la tapa del tanque.. no la que se levanta para guardar las toallitas o papel, sino la tapa que contiene a este. Es novedosa la palanca y el ruidito que hace y el precio (menos de $500 MXN cuando lo adquirí) es un plus.
I eased him into wearing underwear at first we'd just put them on over his pull-up for preschool. Then when he began keeping that dry we switched to underwear alone during day yet still allowed him to wear pull-ups for going to bed or pooping. Once he stayed dry thru the night I had him switch to wearing underwear full time.
Explaining how to push out gas is what finally got him to poop in the toilet and then we no longer needed to use his summer potty chair. I found him a toilet seat insert with handles to hold if he got scared and also put a short stool under his feet so they're not dangling off our toilet. Most of his pants still have an elastic waist since zippers, laces buttons and snaps are like his kryptonite.
Getting him special Lego and Star Wars underwear was a great motivator to not poop in them anymore. He had the most accidents while wearing plain boring white underwear. The key for him was wearing something fun that he actually cared about. We'd have funny convos about his underwear. I'd say things like "you better not poop on Darth Vader today or he'll get pretty mad😏 "Don't worry mom I have the force on my side."
Potty training him was one heck of a long journey (for both of us) but don't ever give up! The normal Potty training suggestions didn't really work for him. For years the harder I tried the more he fought it. I still can't believe he's finally potty trained (it's only been 3 months) I'm hoping he'll continue doing well in kindergarten this September. Best of luck to all parents currently potty training their children. I hope the summer potty works for them as well.
The only negative things I have to say about the summer potty is the seat doesn't detach from this potty to be used as a toilet seat insert and the splash guard sometimes fell off while he was peeing. The back of potty was great for holding small books or 1 package of flushable wipes. He rarely pretend flushed it although it made realistic toilet noises.
I do apologize for the length of this review but wanted to share what worked for potty training my lovable, smart, stubborn autistic son.