By paTIo1219sTeakHOuse. Bath & Potty. At Thursday, December 12th 2019, 20:32:38 PM.
Non-slippery: The material of the seat should not be slippery. Slippery bottom calls for trouble. Remember, inconvenience will back him away from using potty. Easily removable: The potty seat should be easily detachable without any complex locking mechanisms. In case an adult needs to use the toilet, it should be easily detachable and lockable.
If you're potty training a boy, you can cut down on post-potty clean-up by selecting a seat with a splash guard. Choose one that is high enough to help keep the pee in the potty but isn't so tall that it will be tricky for your tot to sit down on the potty by himself.
Potties are available with a variety of themes, lights, songs, and sound effects, but are they worth it? For some, this may increase your child′s interest, especially if your child was the one to pick out the race car flushing noise or the magical wand reward song potty. But it′s certainly not a necessity, says David Hill, M.D., author of Dad to Dad: Parenting Like a Pro. "More than any light show, sticker, or piece of candy, the thing that delights your child the most is your praise. So be prepared to clap your hands, give a big hug, or do a special dance to celebrate your child‵s success, and skip the electronics."