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Wed Dec 21 00:00:00 MST 2011maria7z Rating:5.0
Awesome training tool for kids. Used it for my son who needed help remembering to go, this worked better than us telling him.
Sat Nov 17 00:00:00 MST 2012mel82frshp Rating:5.0
I loved this so much I bought another one after it got washed with the clothes. The batteries are replacable, the controls are easy. I have tried almost every potty training accessory out there, and this is the best one yet.
Sun Aug 19 00:00:00 MDT 2012lynmitri1 Rating:5.0
Impossible for us to potty train without this watch! Thank you!
Sat Mar 01 00:00:00 MST 2014ttterryh Rating:5.0
This makes taking my granddaughter out much easier. She is just starting potty training and doesn't like sitting on a big toilet seat. I like that it it folds easy and is easy to disinfect. A must for consistent potty training
Thu Jun 06 00:00:00 MDT 2013gvd47150 Rating:5.0
The DVD is very helpful in the potty training of my toddler grandson, I gave it to him as a birthday present, he enjoys watching the dvd.
Tue Feb 25 00:00:00 MST 2014jenni0287 Rating:5.0
The best stepstool I could find. It wraps around the base of your toilet so your potty trainer has options on getting on and off the toilet. Pretty sturdy but it is definitely just meant for kids. I highly recommend to anyone looking for a good potty training tool.
Tue Nov 29 00:00:00 MST 2011pbala Rating:5.0
Best Thing i ever bought for my 2 yr old. My 2 yr old is potty trained but the only problem is that i had to run with her and make her sit on the seat each time as the step stools are not tall enough for her to reach the potty seat. This product is simple awesome. I put it up and she loves it and goes for potty by herself :) climbs up holding the railing and turns and sits comfortably on the cushion seat and i am freeee of all the trouble to run with her each time. I have now put the dora seat potty in the other bathroom with a step stool which i hardly use!!! If you buy it you will never regret!
Mon Mar 25 00:00:00 MDT 2013corrinabeauty27 Rating:5.0
My son is doing awesome with the potty watch. We have had it for over a week and he has stayed dry!! Every time it goes off he runs to the bathroom. He has been struggling for over three years with potty training. It is harder for him with having Autism. Thank You! Thank You! for this amazing product. Listen, you never know until you try :) Good luck everyone!
Tue Dec 18 00:00:00 MST 2012pannus Rating:3.0
Good idea for potty training, but a few other features would be nice: 1. Being able to play the song on demand while also in the timer mode 2. A pause mode for naptime and at nighttime without needing to reset the timer. 3. Functioning as an actual watch. If you've had as much difficulty with potty training as we have, this "watch" is worth a try. I'm sure some kids respond to it better than others. Just don't expect a lot of bells and whistles.
Wed Jul 18 00:00:00 MDT 2012mamapanda24 Rating:5.0
My daughter is 24 pounds and fully potty trained. This comes in handy whenever we go anywhere out of the house. I even used this on a trip to Texas. I just put this all the way to the back of the toliet. It fits and works perfectly. Easy to use and fold up and out away. Also easy to clean and disinfect.
Wed Apr 25 00:00:00 MDT 2012pamchan Rating:5.0
I recommend this to the struggling potty training mommies. I am able to put it down quickly with one hand. My daughter was intimidated by the "royal seat" and this made it more inviting. The step ladder was great because it made her feel like a big girl and she can climb up by herself. So far, so good...
Thu Jun 14 00:00:00 MDT 2012momofezra Rating:5.0
our 2 year old was very willing to use the toilet and we knew he had the ability to hold his pee/poo awhile, but he was not reliable to tell us if he had to go. our problem was in finding and remembering regular times throughout the day (craziness in our house with 4 little kids) to put him on the pot and let him go. (for he also would not walk himself to the pot) sooo, i knew some kind of timer that was set to go off every hour or so would probably do the trick. whether i wore it or he did or we just have it sitting on the kitchen table. didn't much matter, so long as we heard it and took him, he would go potty! Problem solved! Little boy potty trained. LOVE IT!
Tue Sep 17 00:00:00 MDT 2013jennifer1340 Rating:5.0
THis product is a miracle saver. My 3 yr old is now fully potty trained using this watch. Great product. The watch has perfect timing settings and resets on its own which is wonderful. Every hour when the watch begins to sing and light up, he yells POTTY TIME.. and runs to the bathroom. He thinks he is cool because he has a "watch" like daddy and mommy.. Great product. Have recommended to many parents already.
Wed Jan 25 00:00:00 MST 2012angelika900 Rating:3.0
The book had some okay pointers, but I didn't agree with some of the methods. Like an alarm that goes off when the child starts to wet the bed (at the "first drop") so they are forced to wake up and use the bathroom... Really?? This book is intended for POTTY training, we are working with toddlers, not trying to fix a 12 yr olds bedwetting problem. I don't think I want to scare the piss (literally) out of my two year old. I haven't finished it, but there were a couple of other things that seemed off just skimming it. I'm sure there is good stuff in there- but if you're looking for a GREAT one, I wouldn't recommend it.
Mon Jan 14 00:00:00 MST 2013kulikjo Rating:5.0
my granddaughter loves it and reminders her when she is playing that she needs to go to the potty
Thu Dec 29 00:00:00 MST 2011sanvi0009 Rating:5.0
Going to order 2 more for my kid. She loved it and got used very quickly/
Tue Jun 05 00:00:00 MDT 2012portrey0524 Rating:4.0
Whenever it goes off, my daughter says "time to potty!" It is a great tool
Tue Aug 14 00:00:00 MDT 2012czarnivat Rating:5.0
Keeps your little one on track as far as going to the potty. Can't complain, it does what it is intended to do.
Wed Oct 24 00:00:00 MDT 2012kidsitter Rating:5.0
He's almost 3 and the watch is like a timer that goes off with a song and he knows it's time to go!
Thu May 22 00:00:00 MDT 2014naty32114 Rating:1.0
its a waist of time and it broke so fast my daughter never wanted to use it i feel like i lost money on this
As your child becomes a toddler, it's time add potty chairs to your diapering and potty training supplies. Make potty training easier for both you and your child by giving him a potty chair that's just his size. The transition from diapering to potty training is an important step in your child's life, and having the right potty chair can make all the difference. How do you know which potty chair to choose? The following tips can help you find potty training chairs that will make you and your baby happy at potty time.
Potty training a child is no easy task. Although children will respond to each potty-training method individually, there are a few techniques that mothers swear by and experts approve. It is important to pinpoint your child's temperament before beginning the toilet training process and to experiment with different methods. Total potty training will not be achieved overnight, and parents should expect trial and error. Keep a schedule. Children respond well to schedules. If you have found that your child functions best with schedules for sleep and other activities, then a toilet training schedule is probably going to be effective. Build a reasonable schedule that is right for you and your child and be sure to stick with it. Be clear with nannies, babysitters and childcare workers about your child's potty schedule for the best results. Give rewards. The reward method often works well for children. Many children will find potty training more trouble than it is worth and rewards can give them an incentive to do their best. Determine a reward for your child. Small pieces of candy, sticker charts and pennies for their piggy bank are all good options. Explain the reward system to your child when you are talking about potty training. Make sure you frequently ask your child if she has to use the toilet, and take her to the bathroom each time she says she must go. If you prefer to avoid material rewards, use extra praise or a made-up song, dance or story as a potty reward. Let your child set the timetable. Waiting until your child is ready for potty training is highly effective, low stress and recommended by many pediatricians. When you feel the time is right, show your child how to use the toilet. Books, DVDs and CDs with toilet training lessons can also be effective. While this method will take some time and patience, eventually your child will take interest in potty training and get the hang of it. Using a schedule and reward system when your child is starting to comprehend potty training can help him make the connection. If your child is resistant to potty training, give him some more time and let him take a natural interest.
One of the first things you need for a new dog is a quality dog kennel. The right dog kennel can help potty train your puppy, make traveling and vet visits with your dog easier, and give your dog a cozy place to curl up at night or to keep out of mischief while you're away. The wrong size dog kennel, however, can make things uncomfortable for your pooch and a pain for you. As a rule of thumb, kennels and crates should be at least 4 inches taller and longer than your dog and allow him to stand, sit, and turn around easily. You'll also want to make sure there is water and a blanket or towel in there for him. These guidelines can help you find the right fit for your pup when shopping for dog kennels.
A new puppy is an exciting addition to any family. Bringing a new pet into your home, however, takes a lot of work, especially when the new addition is still a baby. With a little bit of special care, training, and patience, you can help your puppy settle into his new home.
A new pet is fun and exciting, and proper pet supplies are an important part of getting your new pup established in your home. Whether you've added a puppy or an adult dog to your family, you'll need to pay lots of attention to your new pet and help him settle in. If you're a new dog owner or are considering getting a dog, use these tips on dog care to help guide you through the basics of caring for your new dog.
Whether you have a new puppy or an old dog, getting him to sleep in a kennel can be a chore. Maybe he wants to sleep with you on your bed, or perhaps he prefers to snooze on the sofa. With a little bit of training and encouragement, however, you can train your dog to sleep in a kennel at night. These tips can help you train a dog to sleep in a dog kennel instead of on your furniture.
There are few things more inviting than your soft bed at the end of a long hard day. However, if your bed is not comfortable, then you may not be getting all the sleep you deserve. A good night's sleep can give you energy for your next day's activities and help you be more alert and attentive; on the other hand, you may become sluggish or irritable without enough sleep. If your lack of sleep is affecting your day-to-day activities, it might be time to upgrade your bed to a larger size or a higher quality. Below, you'll learn everything you need to know with a bed size fact sheet.
Bringing home a new cat is exciting, and you'll want to have all the supplies you need when you introduce your kitty to his new home. From food to beds, litter boxes to toys, a number of cat products will help keep your kitty happy and healthy in your home. This list of essential cat supplies can help you determine what you need to buy before adopting your new furry friend.