Disney Cars Step Stool

Disney Cars Step Stool

Whether it’s going to the bathroom or just sneaking into the cupboards, our Disney Cars Step Stool has just enough boost to help your child out in all of his or her endeavors. It employs a stiff, gripping rubber on both the top and bottom, allowing your child to stay planted firmly on top while the stool stays cemented to the ground. Weighing only 1 lbs, the Disney Cars Step Stool is a fantastic lightweight solution that fosters exploration and independence in your child, and Lightning McQueen is always ready to give your child a hand!

Main features

  • DURABLE CONSTRUCTION: Our Disney Cars Step Stool is made out of hard, sturdy plastic that can hold up to 200 lbs. Unlike other stools, whose cheap plastic breaks and cracks under even the most trivial stress, our step stool will have no problem handling your child and whatever mayhem he or she decides to throw at it!
  • NON-SLIP SURFACE AND FEET: What good is a step stool if your child is constantly losing his or her balance and falling off? Our Disney Cars Step Stool employs a stiff, gripping rubber on both the top and bottom, allowing your child to stay planted on top while the stool stays firmly on the ground.
  • LIGHTWEIGHT AND NO HASSLE: Weighing only 1 lbs, the Disney Cars Step Stool is a fantastic lightweight solution that fosters exploration and independence in your child. The physical design was made specifically with young hands in mind, allowing your bombastic bundle of energy to carry the Disney Cars Step Stool around and investigate all the tall corners of the world!
  • FUN CHARACTERS: The only thing more fun than the Disney Cars Step Stool’s vibrant red color is the inclusion of speedster Lightning McQueen. Your child’s favorite car can race everywhere with him or her, ready to give a boost when needed!
  • SPECIFICATIONS: Package includes 1 Disney Cars Step Stool. Product Dimensions: 14 in x 10 in x 5.2 in. Weight: 1 lbs.

Verified reviews

★★★★★

Meets expectations

Kids like it and it works. Anything with McQueen makes my son happy and it was a good price so I recommend it

Deanna Columbia, SC
★★★★★

Great product

We use this step stool on hardwood floors and it works great. If there’s any weight on top of it, it never slips.

Christy Agua Dulce, TX
★★★★★

Cute

I have never bought a little stool before, but my son still can’t reach the sink when he steps on this stool (he’s 2.5 yrs old). However, he likes the design and it’s lightweight so he carries it to other places and step up onto our bed with it and just finds it fun to have around. It’s vibrant red so he’s able to spot where it is at all times.

Geneva East Hampton, NY
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1pc Baby Girl Boy Pee Potty Training Pants Washable Cloth Diaper Nappy Underwear

1pc Baby Girl Boy Pee Potty Training Pants Washable Cloth Diaper Nappy Underwear

size chart (suitable for 3-36 Months) Size Recommended Age: 0-6 months, Pants Length 21 cm, Waist Crotch 40cm, Width 11cm, Thigh Circumference (elastic)22cm. Size Recommended Age: 6-15 months, Pants Length 22 cm, Waist Crotch 42cm, Width 12cm, Thigh Circumference (elastic)22.6cm . Size Recommended Age: 12-24 months, Pants Length 23 cm, Waist Crotch 44cm, Width 13cm, Thigh Circumference (elastic)24cm. Size Recommended Age: 18-32 months, Pants Length 24 cm, Waist Crotch 46cm, Width 14cm, Thigh Circumference (elastic)26cm.

Main features

  • Package includes:1pc training pants
  • Material: Outer layer: 100% Cotton,Middle layer: TPU,Inner layer: 85% Cotton, 15% Polyester,Leg: elastic band.
  • Size: see the size chart.suitable for 3-36 Months.
  • Colour: see the photos; four patern: sheep, ladybug, dog, duck, cow.
  • 1pc Baby Training Pants Waterproof Cloth Diaper Underwear.

Verified reviews

★★★★★

Great potty training pants

I purchased them for my daughter who is still going through potty training.They are very cute, and work well for potty training and long trips away from home. My child likes wearing undies and it’s nice to know that her clothes will be spared (depending on the liquid intake). I like to pare them with Gerber training undies to allow for extra absorption on long trips away from home.They wash well, and dry well. In my opinion they are sized a bit larger compare to Gerber, but still work well. If you child it’s average size, I would recommend ordering a size down.

Margot Chestnut, IL
★★★★★

Very cute and works well!

THis trainer was a great price. I bought the only one they had. I thought the size would be too small but it fit my son great. More absorbant than some of the other brands we tried. It is so darn cute, too! It came here all the way from china an a little over 1 week. I will certainly order more at some point.

Angel Collegeport, TX
★★★★★

Love these!

I think these are great for the price. I have purchased several brands of training pants. We have been using under the Nile , Gerber, Imse Vimse, and Okie Dokie brands. The under the Nile, Gerber, and Okie Dokie underwear are all very comparable as far as fit and holding a small mess. Imse Vimse probably hold the largest accidents and I would trust the most during nap time and car rides. These pants however are very impressive as far as containing accidents. My son has had 2 accidents in them so far, and each time I didn’t realize it until he took them off for a bath or to use the potty. The exterior was completely dry! The inside is a terry waterproof towel feeling fabric. I love these for the price and the ability to contain an accident. A great training product. Love them. One note is that I ordered the xl size and they are really big on my chunky almost 3 year old. They do fit snug around his legs which is good.

Kara Austell, GA
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Primo 4-In-1 Soft Seat Toilet Trainer and Step Stool White with Pastel Blue Seat

Primo 4-In-1 Soft Seat Toilet Trainer and Step Stool White with Pastel Blue Seat

PRIMO’s 4 In 1 Soft Seat Toilet Trainer/Step Stool is a complete graduated 4 stage toilet training system. It follows your child through all of the stages of toilet training 1) beginning as a stand alone potty with an extra large easy to clean pot 2) graduating to the adult toilet with the PRIMO Soft Seat Reducer and step stool 3) using the step stool to reach the bathroom sink to clean hands 4) traveling with the PRIMO Soft Seat Reducer to continue and reinforce toilet training skills learned at home. The unique molded design of the PRIMO Soft Seat Reducer will not tear or rip and is easy to clean unlike many of the vinyl cushioned soft seats on the market today. Handles are integrated into the PRIMO Soft Seat Reducer to provide extra security and stability to the child. The PRIMO Soft Seat Reducer can be used on either a round or elongated adult toilet seat. The base of PRIMO’s 4 In 1 Soft Seat Toilet Trainer/Step Stool is extra wide for added stability. It has handles that are also integrated into the Primo Soft Seat Reducer that allow the unit to be moved easily without the components coming apart. The base doubles as a step stool to allow your child to reach the sink to wash their hands and face for personal hygiene. The base supports a child’s weight up to 45 pounds. Included are bonuses to aide and complete the toilet training experience. Toilet Training Tips for parents, a fun set of reward stickers to encourage your child to use the toilet trainer, and discount coupons for training pants to help parents economize on the toilet training experience.

Main features

  • Complete graduated 4 stage toilet training system. Includes stand alone potty, soft toilet seat reducer and step stool
  • Unique molded design of the PRIMO Soft Seat Reducer will not tear or rip and is easy to clean
  • Handles are integrated into the PRIMO Soft Seat Reducer to provide extra security and stability to the child
  • Includes toilet training tips, reward stickers and discount coupons for training pants

Verified reviews

★★★★★

Great for potty training on the go – we keep it in the minivan

One of the biggest challenges with three young kids is going to the potty while you’re on the go. I cannot begin to tell you how hard it is to find a bathroom that will fit all three kids plus a double stroller. The Primo potty has been a lifesaver – we keep it in a minivan.You can easily keep this potty in the aisle of the minivan or in a SUV’s cargo area so that your children can use the potty whenever they need to – just place an absorbent open diaper inside the bowl and put the seat on to secure it (Pampers Baby Dry Diapers Economy Plus Pack, Size 4, 176 Countwork great). This will catch everything and prevent a mess or spill in your car. Once your child is done, roll up the diaper and wipe the bowl and seat down with a Lysol wipe. No mess and super easy.The Primo potty is large and comfortable for bigger kids – my four year old (32 lbs) still uses it. It fits fine if the passanger seat is moved a little forward (you can get a smaller potty or just remove the lid w/ handles when not in use if it doesn’t fit). I have a waterproof pad folded underneath to protect the carpet in case of an accident but it’s never been a problem as the bowl is large and fits securely inside the potty. Unlike other potty’s with bowls that slide out, this one lifts out – less chance of a mess as your child cannot pull it out while sitting on it.With this potty, an extra diaper bag and a small cooler for snacks, you can turn your minivan into a moving nursery and keep your toddler happy too. It’s made getting out with the three kids a whole lot easier.

Annmarie Panora, IA
★★★★★

perfect!

I ordered this potty chair after seeing the others all had some negative aspects. This seat is perfect! My almost 2.5 year old daughter took to it immediately. It’s not too small (she’s very tall) but not too big (she has a petite bottom). It cleans up easily, and is not so lightweight or small that it becomes a toy for her. The seat part itself comes off to use on a regular toilet, and has handles for the child to steady him/herself. The bowl insert is large and removes easily for cleaning. There are also handles on the base that overlap with the handles on the seat so you can easily pick it up and move it. The lid closes “just like mommy’s potty” and becomes a wide flat step stool. Perfect product!

Isabelle Trenton, NJ
★★★★★

Does the trick…

I like this product… we got it for my 16 month old at Christmas so he can get used to seeing the potty and sitting on it, even though we’re not potty training yet. My only complaint is that I wish the pieces would clip in place so they weren’t so easy to remove. My son has taken this whole "getting used to the potty" thing to heart and likes to take the potty apart. Not an issue now, but I’m sure it will be once he starts using it!I also like that it LOOKS enough like a toilet that he tries to "rinse" his cloth diapers in it… (like I said, he’s a fan)

Kaitlyn Sonora, CA
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Fisher-Price Precious Planet Hop On Hippo Step Stool

Fisher-Price Precious Planet Hop On Hippo Step Stool

Product #: P3326 This precious little hippo is a great addition to your bathroom, kitchen or any room where your little one needs a little extra boost. The non-skid top keeps toddler feet in place as they?re reaching, and the non-skid bottom keeps hippo securely in place. Weight limit: 200 lbs.

Main features

  • Fun Hippo characterized stepstool with large non-skid dots on top
  • Features non skid feet on the bottom to keep the stool steady
  • A fun face with printed cheeks and eyes really makes hippo engaging for toddlers
  • Features handles on the sides so it can easily be moved from place to place
  • It’s just the right height to give toddlers that added boost

Verified reviews

★★★★★

Great Little Stool!

I purchased this for my two year old son today at Wal-Mart for $6.50! It was the last one in stock and they are no longer selling it so I got it for half price! We haven’t really used it yet, other than my son sitting on it, but it looks very sturdy and has a 200lb weight limit stamped into the bottom. It has built in carry handles on the sides and four rubber non-slip feet on the bottom. The top has pretty purple rubber dots to make it non-slip and the front has an adorable printed hippo face on it. This is adorable, lightweight, and perfect for a boy or girl.

Margery Kent City, MI
★★★★★

Awesome stool

Easy to clean, sturdy plastic, stable nonskid feet and step. Love this so much we have two. Would buy again and recommend without reservation.

Benita Stanhope, IA
★★★★★

We like our hippo

We’ve had our hippo for maybe a year now, and we’re pleased with it. We have standard height sinks and toilets, and our 3 1/2 year old is about 36 inches tall, she has no trouble at all reaching anything. The hippo has a nice non-skid surface on top, and little non-skid pads on it’s feet so it doesn’t slip off the floor and our child doesn’t slip off of it; it’s also light enough for her to pick up and carry over to whatever she needs to reach, which is both helpful to us and makes her feel more independant, so that’s good. She loves things that look like other things, so the stool with the hippo face is perfect for her. We’ve been really happy with it our hippo, I think I paid ten bucks for it, so I’d say it was money well spent.

Gena Edgar, NE
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Best Bottom Training Pants, Blueberry, Large

Best Bottom Training Pants, Blueberry, Large

Best Bottom Training Pants are part of a Full Circle System to help your child transition from diapers to underwear.

Main features

  • Made in The USA
  • Look and feel like real underwear
  • Easy for kids to pull up and down
  • Snap-in inserts for easy changes when ‘oopsies’ happen
  • Inserts sold separately

Verified reviews

★★★★★

Great for potty training but run small

We just started potty training with my two-year old and I thought these would be a great addition to our endeavor. The snap-in inserts are great and the wipeable inside is a nice addition to a training pant. My only complain is that they are too snug. I ordered the 3T because that is the size of clothes she wears but they are too snug around her legs. I will probably buy more of these but just in a bigger size to assure that they will last through her potty-training stage.

Beatrice West Fairlee, VT
★★★★★

Buy you extra time to reach the Restroom.

My son (2) hates the insert liners because of their awkward fit, but will put these training pants on top of his " Gerber Potty Training Pants" for added protection from leaky accidents. We use these periodically in case of a potential accident (too far from a restroom). Great protection over cotton underwear if your out shopping, traveling, car pool, at park, waiting at airport for arrivals. They do keep cloths dry temporarily, I’m sure eventually they would leak, but they buy you extra time to reach the restroom.

Latonya Martensdale, IA
★★★★★

fit a small

order one size up than what you need to order. they fit on the small side. very waterproof though. does exactly what it says

Reba Mullens, WV
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Growing Up Green Wooden Step Stool – Durable Construction – Non-Slip Surface and Feet – Lightweight – 200 Pound Capacity – Made From Sustainable Materials – 7 Inches Tall x 14 Inches Wide

Growing Up Green Wooden Step Stool – Durable Construction – Non-Slip Surface and Feet – Lightweight – 200 Pound Capacity – Made From Sustainable Materials – 7 Inches Tall x 14 Inches Wide

The Growing Up Green Wooden Step Stool represents Ginsey’s commitment to a safer and more environmentally conscious world. Made out of pesticide free sustainable bamboo, our Growing Up Green Wooden Step Stool can hold up to 200 pounds. It employs stiff, gripping bulbs on the bottom of its feet allowing your little one to stay planted on top while the stool stays firmly on the ground. Plus, it only weighs 1 pound, meaning it’s a lightweight solution to fostering exploration and independence in your child. They can carry it around while investigating all the tall and exciting corners of the world!

Main features

  • DURABLE CONSTRUCTION: Our Growing Up Green Wooden Step Stool is made out of durable and sturdy wood that can hold up to 200 pounds. Unlike other stools made from cheap material that breaks and cracks under trivial stress, our step stool can easily handle your child and whatever mayhem he or she decides to throw at it.
  • NON-SLIP FEET: What good is a step stool if your child is constantly losing his or her balance because it’s sliding around on a slick floor? The Growing Up Green Wooden Step Stool employs stiff, gripping bulbs on the bottom of its feet allowing your little one to stay planted on top while the stool stays firmly on the ground.
  • LIGHTWEIGHT, EASY CLEAN: Weighing only 1 pound, our Wooden Step Stool is a fantastic lightweight solution that fosters exploration and independence in your child. The physical design was made specifically with young hands in mind, allowing your child to carry it around while investigating all the tall corners of the world! Plus, cleaning is easy. Simply wash with mild soap.
  • MADE FROM SUSTAINABLE MATERIALS: Pesticide free and made from sustainable bamboo, the Growing Up Green Wooden Step Stool represent Ginsey’s commitment to a safer and more environmentally conscious world.
  • SPECIFICATIONS: Package includes (1) Growing Up Green Wooden Step Stool. Product Dimensions: 7 inches tall x 14 inches wide.
  • Multi purpose
  • Wash with mild soap
  • pesticide-free

Verified reviews

★★★★★

Perfect hight, nice design.

My little boy likes to wash his hands himself. His Baby Bjorn stool is just barely (I mean, barely by a half inch!) too short for him to reach the sink properly. This stool (at a comparable price) is a couple inches higher and puts him at just the right hight for the sink.NOTE ABOUT THE DIMENSIONS:The dimensions here on Amazon say that some part of it is 9″. I assumed this part of the measurement was the hight –I don’t know if it is or not but whatever part it is referring to is incorrect. (Either way, this stool still works perfectly for us.)The ACTUAL dimensions (that I measured myself) are 7″ tall x 14″ wide x 8″ deep(at the very deepest part of top of stool). Just for comparison, our Baby Bjorn is 6.25″ tall.This stool is very stable and my kids have never toppled over on it or toppled forward when reaching for something. I also like that it is made from bamboo and is environmentally friendly.Overall, I am very happy with this purchase and would recommend it to anyone who needs a 7″ tall stool for any reason 🙂

Marcie Beedeville, AR
★★★★★

Love the product but One of the legsis wobbly

I purchased this becausei wanted a little bench for my daughter (22 months) to sit on whe she puts her clothes on. It’s really good looking, perfect height, and i like that it’s made of eco friendly bamboo. My daughter also uses it as a little table to put her books on, and sometimes she’ll climb on it but that’s not the primary use. My one complaint is that the product arrived with one wobbly leg that i have to readjust every couple days. For the price i was expecting a perfect finish. Other than is it’s just what i needed.

Sheri Wallingford, IA
★★★★★

Wish it was a big taller but it is nice

This is a really nice looking stool. I use it all over my house and my son uses it too (he’s 2). My only issue is the height- I wish it was about 2 inches taller. Other than that it is great and looks a lot nicer than the usual step-stool. The quality seems great so far.

Emily Townsend, MT
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Sesame Street Framed Friends Folding Potty Seat – For Standard Toilets – Regular For Home or Travel Use – 18 Plus Months – Green – Comes With Travel-Ready Bag

Sesame Street Framed Friends Folding Potty Seat – For Standard Toilets – Regular For Home or Travel Use – 18 Plus Months – Green – Comes With Travel-Ready Bag

Our Framed Friends Folding Potty Seat was created with nearly all types of toilets in mind. Whether your child is using the restroom in your home or a public setting, it fits over all regular and elongated toilet seats. Whether you’re travelling to visit grandma and grandpa or going on a road trip to the park, our Framed Friends Folding Potty Seat is perfect for your child’s away-from-home bathroom needs. It’s lightweight, fits in most diaper and travel bags (including the one it comes with), and is easy to unpack and apply to toilet seats. Plus, it’s easy to clean. It’s time to make using the potty fun!

Main features

  • Sesame Characters
  • NO HASSLE USE: The Sesame Street Framed Friends Folding Potty Seat is a no hassle fix to help your child use the restroom in any situation. It’s easy to use: Simply place it on top of the adult toilet seat and pack it up when you’re done. Plus, the single-piece plastic body makes cleaning a breeze.
  • Easy to clean, fold, pack and go
  • Fits regular toilets

Verified reviews

★★★★★

Too tipsy

I have to agree with others, it isn’t very strong. My daughter was excited about the print on the seat, but as soon as we used it out in a public bathroom, she wasn’t very happy. It isn’t sturdy enough and she wanted off before her business was done. I have decided to put this one away and maybe for the next one we can use it. I recommend the more sturdier ones, but they don’t fold up as Convenient as this one. **** I finally found a folding cushy potty seat on another website for $15.00, and I like it much better.** **Look at 2nd picture (not purple one) this is the potty seat I am writing this review about, not sure how this purple one comes up?

Olga Dibble, OK
★★★★★

LOVE THIS SEAT!

I was looking for a portable potty seat to take with us on trips out of the house. I originally saw this seat at Toys R Us and purchased it. After using it a few times I feel in love with it. We decided to get another one to use at home. We don’t want to use the same seat in our home that we use in public restrooms for obvious reasons. I went back to our Toys R Us, but they no longer carried the item. I started looking online and found it here on amazon. We have a potty chair for her here at home that has a seat that can be used on the regular toilet and we can’t use it at home. Our toilets are elongated and it slides all over the place and scares both her and I. This seat doesn’t move for us. With me being germ conscience and my husband a germ-o-phob the thought of potty training and public restrooms combined were the items nightmares were made of.The five stars and the title tell how I love this item, but here are the reasons why. It folds up and fits into my medium sized purses and the small diaper bag with room to spare. It’s easy to clean and sanitize and very simple to use. Our daughter loves Elmo and is getting to know some other Sesame Street characters and loves using this seat. At first we had to go over the characters every time we used it and she’d even try to point to the characters while she was using it. I also like how the seat has little flaps in the front that helps keep the potty in place. There are also cushions on the underside of the seat to keep it from sliding around while it’s being used. The hinges actually snap in place and it’s secure. I’ve never had the hinges give while trying to use it. The only time I have had it slide is when I did not have it properly secured on the front of the toilet. So that was my fault, not that of the seat.I’m surprised when reading other reviews for this item! My daughter is just over 2 years and weighs about 26 pounds. I have never noticed it bending, sliding or anything and I keep both eyes on her at all times in the bathroom. She has never had her bottom pinched nor has she EVER fallen into the toilet. I can’t explain why my experience has been so different in comparison, but if I ever need a third seat I guess I’ll have three of these.The only down side for me is that I wish it came with it’s own little carrying case. I keep ours in a gallon sized ziplock bag and change the bag when I feel it necessary. Other than that, I wouldn’t change a thing.

Samantha Fairview, OR
★★★★★

Not worth trying

I bought a pretty princess seat cover just like this one and then saw this Sesame Street one in Burlington Coat Factory & confirmed (from taking it out of the box_) that it is the same thing, just different decoration. At any rate, I out it on the toilet and the overhang lip in the front does not hang over enough. If it did, I think it would help keep it in place better. However, the cushions on the underneath (wish they would show you that on the product images) are just that, a cushion. It has nothing to do with actually helping hold the potty seat in place, as it slides around all too easily. It snapped open well and I felt it was good, but once I sat my 16month old 21lb girl on it, I better understand the reviews others are giving. Although it’s snapped together pretty solidly, when I put my daughter on it, she seat really sunk in toward the toilet water a bit, enough to worry me too much to keep it. I can see where people might say it pinches because although it’s not supposed to bend anymore in that direction, it does, and could possibly pinch. My main issues with the seat though are that it:1 – had nothing to click it/stick it on the seat to keep it in place2 – sinks down under the weight of my 21 lb girl3 – I can see my own hands getting unsanitary from touching the seat to open and close it after being on the toiletI think it’s a great idea, but not a well developed/made product to do the job it’s supposed to do.

Tami Clarkston, WA
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Kel-Gar Tubbly Bubbly – Elephant

Kel-Gar Tubbly Bubbly – Elephant

Kel-Gar Tubbly-Bubbly Elephant Kel-Gar Tubbly-Bubbly Elephant helps protect kids from accidental bumps and bruises or touching hot water taps. Its unique design amuses children and makes bathing enjoyable. This faucet protector promotes more fun as it produces tons of bubbles when you pour bubble bath into the elephant’s trunk. Features – Dispenses bubbles – Fits easily on any standard bath tub faucet – Helps protect children from accidental bumps and bruises

Main features

  • Creates tons of bubbles while promoting bath tub safety in a soft protective cover for hard metal faucets in fun Tubbly the Elephant design!
  • Soft plastic faucet cover easily fits over standard metal faucets to protect your little one from accidental bumps and bruises.
  • Just pour your bubble bath into Tubbly the Elephant’s trunk and watch tons of bubbles form.
  • Cannot be used with faucets with the shower diverters on spout and not for use with Delta Faucet Models 1548 and 2600.

Verified reviews

★★★★★

Don’t waste your money!!!!!!!

This is shit!! I return it. It doesn’t fit my spout at all. Way way too small. I found no way to put it into my spout. Return it and I need to pay for the shipping. Regret x 10000000.

Lauren Coal City, WV
★★★★★

The directions say you have to caulk this elephant on …

The directions say you have to caulk this elephant on, which I didn’t do because who wants a permanent elephant in your bathtub? But now that my daughter is a toddler, she can pull it right off. We’re constantly pushing it back on, but it does the job it was intended to do (protect her from slicing her forehead open on the faucet) when it’s on.

Jeannie Sebeka, MN
★★★★★

Cute

This is cute and my kids love it. But it’s a pain in the butt to get on the faucet. The one I bought doesn’t fit snug because some of the hard rubber that’s supposed to hold it snug ripped off whirl putting it on. But I didn’t replace it because the kids love it and it still works.

Stefanie Kenner, LA
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Fisher-Price Precious Planet Froggy Friend Potty

Fisher-Price Precious Planet Froggy Friend Potty

Fisher-Price Precious Planet Froggy Potty Potty training is much more fun with a froggy friend The adorable little green guy is easy for little ones to get on or off independently. There’s an integrated splash guard for boys and a removable bucket that makes for easy cleanup Be sure to clean the bucket with mild soap and water solution. If desired a solution of household disinfectant can also be used. Rinse with clean water to remove soap residue.

Main features

  • Easy-clean seat makes potty time less stressful and more fun
  • Features smooth edges and a removable bucket
  • Rear handle for easy portability
  • Includes an integrated splashguard for boys
  • Dimensions: 14.5 x 9.5 x 15″ (WxHxL)

Verified reviews

★★★★★

BEWARE, two different seats!

I bought the green with orange insert for my boy, and the frog’s eye are not as high as on the pictures (they don’t cover his penis).The pink has high eyes, perfect for boys, but usually parent don’t buy pink for boys.The green one for boys is with blue insert (I can not see it on amazon).UPDATE: I wanted to send the orange insert one back, but Amazon let me keep it (with full refund). I got the pink one and it has right design with elevated eyes.

Winifred Lathrop, CA
★★★★★

Little Girl’s Mom Review – So Far So Good

From the reviews I’ve read about this product on here it seems most of the people who have had success with this item are moms of boys so I wanted to give my perspective as a mom to a little girl in case it might be helpful.We are just starting out and we aren’t really full time training yet. Our daughter is just showing a few signs of readiness so we decided to get ahead and introduce her to the potty now so that when its time for her to really start learning she will already be used to it and not scared or whatever. So right now I can’t say how great this item is as far as that, but it seems like most of reviews have addressed the fit of the potty and that was what I was most concerned about myself.I was going to just buy a potty online since it seems like most items are cheaper online than in-store, but I went ahead and decided to test some out in store before buying just to check the fit. It turns out that right now at a store…erm… who’s logo is a red bullseye… this potty is only nine cents more than it is on here (UPDATE! On Amazon this potty is now almost $2.00 less than at the other store) so I went ahead and bought it. I also looked at theBABYBJORN Potty Chair, Whitein red and it is a bit smaller so I almost bought it instead. My daughter loves red and she kept playing with it and she seemed comfortable on it. I loved the high back and the more aesthetic design, but it was more than twice the price of this potty and I’d read bad things about little girls getting hurt by the super high splash guard on that one, so I decided to get this potty instead because if it doesn’t work out then I haven’t invested a whole ton of money in it.She does like this potty now that its home and not sitting next to the bright red one in the store. She can sit comfortably on it, I don’t think that it makes her have to sit with her legs out too wide like some other reviewers said. With the older model that had eyes sticking out that would have definitely been an issue. Right now she is 13 months old and weighs 26 lbs and is about 31 inches tall. (We have the newer one with the orange pot and the rounded guard, not the older one with the eyes sticking out) Her feet touch the ground but she does need a bit of help sitting down on it because it is higher than the Baby Bjorn and the splash guard does get in the way. When she’s a little taller this should not be a problem. We hope.We did look for potties with no splash guard at all, but all the ones we looked at all had bad reviews for one reason or another. This was the highest rated, most reasonably priced potty with the smallest splash guard that we could find. If the splash guard gets to be a problem we will have to replace it with something else but like I said before, we went for the least expensive thing to start with as a jumping off point.This is a no frills, simply designed potty (we looked at some with a magazine rack, toilet paper roll, flusher, music, and all sorts of bells and whistles and we feel like we want to try a simpler approach first) that baby does his or her business in and you dump it out and sanitize yourself. The orange pot lifts out of the green base for easy disposal. It does stick a bit sometimes and you have to wiggle it out. In order to get the pot out when it sticks without flicking yuck all over the place I sit down on the floor in front of the potty, grip the base with my knees/thighs and slowly wiggle it out. Or you can wiggle out each side with one hand while holding the back of the potty down with the other. Or you can put some Vaseline on the underside so it doesn’t stick. Also the base does not have rubber feet like many potties do, so it can slide on tile floors. My solution to this was to put it on a rubber bathmat. You could also try the fuzzy shag style bathmats that have grippy stuff on the bottoms or even those things you put in front of litter boxes to catch the litter from the cat’s feet to grip the bottom of it.That’s all I have for now. After a few months of use I’ll check back in with more. Good luck to everyone else out there who is currently potty training!———EditAfter a few weeks of using the potty off an on, she has completely lost interest in the potty again, which her pediatrician said is likely to happen at her age. (15 months old now) We have put potty training on the back burner and right now we are showing her books about the potty and helping her learn words to do with going to the potty so when its time for her to learn she will be able to tell us when she needs to go. We are also showing her to wash her hands after she uses the bathroom and things like that, even if she does it in her diaper, so hopefully she will associate going to the bathroom with washing hands afterwards and it will become a routine for her now and not a problem later.She still enjoys the potty and we haven’t had any problems with it. After sitting for long periods of time it does make a red impression on her bottom and I think it makes her legs fall asleep. To be completely honest my own toilet does the same thing to me if I sit on it for a long time too, and she shows no signs of being in pain so I don’t think its a problem.One thing that has been helpful for us is to have lots of books and toys next to the potty so she doesn’t get bored of sitting there waiting for something to happen and get up and walk off, only to make a mess in the floor moments later.——-EditAt almost 20 months she is showing signs of readiness and interest again, so we decided to get back into potty training. We are trying a more relaxed version of the 3 day method. Basically letting her walk around diaperless and following her around with her potty everywhere, showing her potty books, and I’ve also relaxed my strict “no screen time until age 2” rule for theOnce Upon A Potty DVD Girlvideo. We have the OUAP dvd, book, and doll. Its the same thing my parents used to teach me and brother to use the potty actually so I knew the system would work. lol. So anyway as far as fit, now she is able to sit on her potty without any help because she is taller. She is now about 29 lbs and almost 35 in tall. She does have to stand on her tip-toes to get her booty over the splash guard though. Now she bends over until she’s almost standing on her head, lifts her butt as high in the air as it will go and watches to make sure she doesn’t sit on the splash guard. Its hilarious to watch.We also bought a little seat that goes on the “big potty” thinking that it might be more comfy for her bottom than the hard plastic on her frog potty. Apparently not. Both leave a red impression on her bottom and make her uncomfortable after sitting for a while. I know it doesn’t hurt but I can tell when her legs at starting to fall asleep because she starts swinging them. At that point I tell her to just get up and come back to the potty later. She has been using both the big potty and her frog potty and is fine with both. She loves to help me dump out the frog bowl in the big potty and flushing. And washing her hands gives her a chance to play in the water so that’s fun for her too. We are also doing a sticker chart for when she goes potty and she is loving that. I also showed her some panties that are for when she is done potty training and she thinks they are the coolest ever. I let her wear some one day so she could see that they are more comfy than a diaper, and now when we have to put on a diaper she asks if she can wear her panties instead. Looking forward to the day when I can say yes!Hopefully this helps some of you other mom’s out there!

Melinda Benjamin, TX
★★★★★

I am going pooh pooh over the poo poo potty!

I purchased this for my two year old daughter. I have friends who have the major competitors, namely the BABYBJÖRN Smart Potty and the Baby Bjorn Potty Chair, so I will compare them.COLOR: The FPPPFFP (let’s just abbreviate it and call it the Froggy Potty!) is a fun colored alternative to the Smart Potty and Potty Chair more staid and boring look. The other two have a simple color scheme – solid color exterior with a white bowl. The Froggy potty has a green or pink exterior with blue, pink or orange bowl. The Froggy potty also has fun eyes and a frog smile with legs on all 4 sides. The only issue with the froggy potty is that it has only those two or three color options, versus the Bjorns which have 6 different color schemes.COMFORT: The froggy potty has a small back that is not so tall but will cradle the small back of the child. The smart potty has almost a non-existent back which does not do anything. The potty chair has an extremely tall back which is comfortable for the child but when you are not watching, for a boy it can be a pee target. I find that my daughter is not easily able to sit down in the froggy potty – she can put her legs over it but since it is pretty wide, she has to stretch her feet and plop her butt down. If she has pants on, she flops down which can be painful if she does it fast.DESIGN: All 3 have a lifted front section which cradles the child. The bowl handle sticks out on the froggy potty slightly so you can easily pick it up and rinse it off. With the smart potty and potty chair, the handle is in the front which is not so easy to lift up when your child has a heavy bowel movement and you want to keep it steady. The bowl is relatively lightweight on all of them and once removed, all are easy to wash and clean out. The plastic gets discolored on the white over time which is not as nice as the blue or pink coloring which will conceal the discoloration. The entire casing of the froggy potty is so light that my child can easily transport it from room to room, and she can take the interior bowl out with ease. There is also a back handle to pick the entire thing up without difficulty. As another reviewer mentioned, having a non-stick bottom is a lacking key feature (which the Bjorns DO have), as the potty will slide all over the place when the child tries to sit down. My daughter already banged her back when she tried to sit down and the chair slid around and she hit herself against the drawer in our bathroom.PRICE: The potty chair is the biggest and most expensive item, with the smart potty a bit less. However, the froggy potty is the cheapest at $12. That is a small price to pay for colorful plastic that will keep your children happy.In the end, I found that I liked the froggy potty the most. My daughter was potty trained quickly, and she loved sitting on the froggy which makes it easier to do. Having another piece of furniture around vis-a-vis the potty chair is not something I need right now. If not for the missing rubber bottom, I would give this a perfect 5 stars.

Lisa Prairieburg, IA
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Blueberry Trainers Pants, Pink, Large

Blueberry Trainers Pants, Pink, Large

These training pants are designed to feel like real underwear for those who are potty training. With an inner lining made with cotton velour, a layer of super absorbent microterry and a hidden waterproof panel, these training pants will do the job of catching small accidents during the day. These trainers are only partially waterproof and not recommended for use overnight or for naps.

Main features

  • Made with latex free elastic.
  • Fabric Content: 50% cotton, 50% polyester; hidden soaker pad and waterproof lining: 100% polyester
  • Machine wash and tumble dry warm, no bleach or fabric softeners
  • Anatomically correct design provides excellent fit for a wide range of babies
  • Made in the USA

Verified reviews

★★★★★

Not my favorite trainers

I find these to be too much like cloth diapers for effective potty learning. As far as I can tell, my 22 month old thinks they are cloth diapers and pees freely in them. She does seem to try to hold it if she is in underwear. Unfortunately, they are not enough like diapers, in that they are not fully waterproof and after one pee I am usually changing them, the pants she is in and possibly wiping the floor. So they’re no good for out and about, either. The One Step Ahead Daytime Trainers are better waterproof trainers, though unless you’re going out and about or sending to daycare, I do think that any waterproof trainers are slowing her potty learning. On the other hand, they’re all better than pull-ups.

Georgina New Lebanon, OH
★★★★★

Cute and functional

Great for when your little one decides to potty train at an early age and you don’t want to use disposables.

Dominique Tylersport, PA
★★★★★

Feels wet for learning!! However…

I was super excited to find this with the mail. I opened the package and immediately fell in love with how super soft the lining is. After I finally got over the softness I noticed that one of the leg openings was bigger than the other, so I tried them on my daughter to find out if it was enough to make them useless, but it wasn’t. I didn’t give a full 5 stars because while this fits my 31″, 21 lb, 18 month old (with room to spare), the waist band is really tight and leaves a red mark for longer than I expected. She’s thin, so I didn’t think that would be an issue. I may have to modify these a bit myself, but other than I am pleased with them. I have yet to test how well they hold up to lots of wetness as DD stops the flow when she feels the wetness (bonus)!!Update: So since this post we have had moments where DD has let more flow meet these pants and while they hold more than the usual training pants, they leak fast. These are great for a little accident that your child can pinch and hold after feeling the accident, but if too much gets out before you make it to a potty, the leg openings get wet fast (there isn’t much to them). Still good training pants, though.

Lou Trebloc, MS
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