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    Thank you everyone.
    @witherwings and @rosey82, i might have to look more at those seats. Where did you get them from? Do they fold up neatly so you can put them to one side when your little one's not using it?

    Ps my DS is almost 2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustJaq View Post
    Thank you everyone.
    @witherwings and @rosey82, i might have to look more at those seats. Where did you get them from? Do they fold up neatly so you can put them to one side when your little one's not using it?

    Ps my DS is almost 2.
    They do fold up kind of flat. When we aren't using it, it just leans up against the wall so our older boy can use the toilet properly.

    My youngest is just a month shy of 3 and happily uses this seat but I'm not sure how a 2yr old would manage it. Doesn't hurt to try it out and it's cheap!

    Just found it on baby bunting:

    https://www.babybunting.com.au/4baby...s-primary.html

    Kmart also sell it:

    http://www.kmart.com.au/product/toil...-system/987350
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    I got mine from baby bunting & yes it folds up so you can put it to the side. DD is 2 yrs 3 months & quite petite - she can get up the step, turn around & sit down, but can't quite manage piling pants down/up while balancing on the little step so I have to be with her the whole time.

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    Thank you ☺ I will have a closer look next time I'm at one of those shops. It would be good to avoid cleaning poo out of the potty! I think nothing of dirty nappies anymore, but the idea of poo in the potty grosses me out...

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustJaq View Post
    Thank you ☺ I will have a closer look next time I'm at one of those shops. It would be good to avoid cleaning poo out of the potty! I think nothing of dirty nappies anymore, but the idea of poo in the potty grosses me out...
    Me too!

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    Default Potty cleaning

    Quote Originally Posted by rosey82 View Post
    I got mine from baby bunting & yes it folds up so you can put it to the side. DD is 2 yrs 3 months & quite petite - she can get up the step, turn around & sit down, but can't quite manage piling pants down/up while balancing on the little step so I have to be with her the whole time.
    My ds2 is nearly 3 and he also has a hard time pulling his pants down. But it's the same with the miniature toilets in childcare. If someone doesn't help him pull the pants all the way down, he can't sit back far enough to keep his penis down and ends up weeing on his pants. Lol TT is so much fun

    Edit: he isn't tall enough to pee standing up, though he has tried after seeing his big bro do it lol


 

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