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    Default musical potty are they worth it?

    Hi ladies,
    I have been looking at the Fisher Price musical potties, and am not sure if I should get one or not for DS2. Once the weather warms up in the next month or two I want to toilet train him. He is very stubborn and does not seem too keen on our normal old potty, and seems scared of the toilet. Are they any good, or are there any other potties you would all recommend?
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    Ild say no. Ours is musical but only when it wants to be. Maybe try an baby seat on the big toilet because his a big boy now

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    I have tried a padded seat with handles, he still seems unsure.

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    I bought one for dd1 when we started potty training she wanted it so that's what we got.
    She loved it and used it straight away, I also used it for dd2. The only problem I had with it was it randomly went off during the night and used to scare the cr@p out of me

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    We had a musical potty for DD1 and i never put the batteries in it for the music to work but it was a much more stable potty than any others i found


 

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