By paTIo1219sTeakHOuse. Bath & Potty. At Thursday, December 12th 2019, 20:54:37 PM.
If you are wondering how many hooded towels you need, you will need to think about a few things first including how often you do laundry and how often you give your baby a bath. Washcloths should be used once and then washed. So, you will need more washcloths than you need towels. Ideally, try to get 4 hooded towels and 7 wash clothes if you would prefer to do laundry once a week. You can get by with less if you like to do laundry 2 or 3 times per week.
What is it your toddler needs to reach? While a single step stool may be perfect for your toddler to reach the bathroom sink, it may pull up a little short at the kitchen bench. If you use a step stool that is too short then your toddler will step on his tippy toes to reach, making him incredibly unstable and at risk of falling. If you need to reach two different heights it may be a better option for you to by two different step stools, one for each height.
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.