By paTIo1219sTeakHOuse. Bath & Potty. At Thursday, December 12th 2019, 20:49:05 PM.
Some bathmats are being offered with a self-adhesive and rough textured surface to provide better grip and adhesion to the tub flooring. If you and your baby share the same bathtub, it’s best to stick to self-adhesive, non-slip type whereas you can opt for a textured surface if only adults will use the tub. This is because the rough texture may not sit well with babies and may irritate their skin.
Seat reducers, which go on a traditional toilet seat and reduce the ring to a comfortable, kid-friendly size, also have specific benefits. They′re less expensive than a stand-alone potty and take up less floor space. Your child gets used to the regular potty, which prevents another transition from stand-alone potty to adult potty, and there is even less mess (if anything) to clean after use. Plus, seat reducers can be a good fit for kids who like to copy. "[They] can be a great motivator for kids who like to mimic their older siblings, cousins, or friends," says Heather Wittenberg, PsyD, a Parents advisor and author of Let‵s Get This Potty Started! The Baby Shrink’s Guide to Potty Training. But keep in mind that if you choose a seat reducer, you may need to invest in a stool; it will help your child get up on the potty and provide adequate foot support when a child is expelling pee or poop.
Non-Toxic Material. If you can find eco-friendly bathmats, then I suggest you opt for such products. Doing so, you are not only protecting the environment from these harmful products, but you are also ensuring no toxic smell will be inhaled by your kids or other family members.