My oldest daughter just returned to work full-time after being out on extendedsince last August after the birth of my first grandson, Slugger.
Little Moomette, his sister, turned 2 during that time period and I encouraged my daughter to take advantage of the time she was home to potty train her.
My laterwas a big influence in my life, and together we had my daughter potty trained by the time she was 2-1/2. She didn’t like being dirty anyway, and at that age, had enough muscle control to understand what needed to be done.
According to the Clean Air Council, the average baby uses between 8,000 -10,000 diapers before he or she is potty trained!
I worked part-time and when inquiring intoregistrations, found out that the had to be potty-trained in order to become enrolled. That information was in and unto itself, enough of a motivator for me to get cracking!
I have been asked to review the Potty Tots Potty Training Program. Mother’s today are so fortunate to have help available in the transition fromto big girl or big boy pants.
The Potty Tots Potty Training Program is available for boys or girls, and each kit differs slightly, based on the gender of the child. There’s an interactive website as well as games and activities to help throughout theprocess.
Included in the kit are:
- A story/guide book
- Animated -featuring three original Potty Tots songs and 2 bonus
- One 11″X17″ Illustrated potty chart (that easily wipes clean with a damp cloth)
- One 11″X17″ “ ” progress/reward game with clings (also easily wipes clean with a damp cloth)
Whether you’re a parent, grandparent orprovider helping a toddler to use the potty like a big kid, this training aid will be something you’ll want to keep close by!
At the end of the training process, reward your toddler with a graduation diploma!
For More Information: Potty Tots
Moomette’s Magnificents Reviews is hosting a Giveaway! For a chance to win, there will be one winner of a Potty Tots Training Program and state whether it’s for either a girl or a boy!
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