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!