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    Default Toilet training toddler seats?

    Out and about, if traveling far I kept him in Nappies. Once he started to be able to do a wee just b4 we left home, I let him go out in undies but took a spare pair of clothing with me just in case he had an accident.

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    Default Toilet training toddler seats?

    for the little girl I look after we had the padded seat is allgood only thing is I have to help her on and off ofthe potty eah time as she can't reach with the separate step in public she just sits in a normal toilet while I hold her hands.

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    Default Toilet training toddler seats?

    We used the bottom (padded seat and step) right from the start and my daughter had no issues. We also bought a fold up version to keep in the car for while we were out as she didn't like to use a big seat at all to begin with. Very handy indeed! MIL has the top one on her toilet but it always seems to slip off the seat as they climb up so the kids all hate it.

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    Thanks all. TT begins in a few weeks. Im scared but excited at the same time. So need to get the necessary equipment and get her to pick out some knickers. Anyone want to share their best tips that might help us succeed?

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    I used the top one - found it to be the best. Neither of mine could master using a potty it's just way too low on the ground. Just putting it out there I have one of these seats sitting in my garage which was hardly used (we had a few of them as we have 3 bathrooms) and if any of my fellow hubbers would like it please feel free to message me and we can organise collection, would rather see it go to a good home than throw it out!! I am on the mornington peninsula in Melbourne

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    Default Toilet training toddler seats?

    We've got the 1st one - step/seat for home and a cushy tooshie for travels.

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    Any best tips you wish to share?

    Going to start end of next week! eeek!

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    Default Toilet training toddler seats?

    This is a little more extreme but I got a whole new toilet seat from Bunnings. It is a normal adult sized seat but there is a smaller seat that folds down over the big one for little bottoms. The lid then comes down over it and the little seat will attach back to the lid magneticly. Our DD loves it as she feels like she is using the big toilet all by herself, we just have a little step for her to use. We have a younger DS and another on the way so we have a few years of TT ahead of us, so for us it works well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by swizzly555 View Post
    This is a little more extreme but I got a whole new toilet seat from Bunnings. It is a normal adult sized seat but there is a smaller seat that folds down over the big one for little bottoms. The lid then comes down over it and the little seat will attach back to the lid magneticly. Our DD loves it as she feels like she is using the big toilet all by herself, we just have a little step for her to use. We have a younger DS and another on the way so we have a few years of TT ahead of us, so for us it works well.
    I've seen them, they look great! Do you remember how much they were?

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    Default Toilet training toddler seats?

    I know it was under $50, and since we will be going through it 3 times it seemed like a good investment

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