My son is eight, but I still have nightmares about potty training. I hadn’t the slightest idea what I was doing with him and he turned out to be incredibly stubborn when it came to volunteering to use the potty.
He didn’t care about stickers or candy for rewards and he was more than happy to pee in the cool superhero underwear I purchased for him.
We started potty training at 2 and he wasn’t accident free until about a week before he started preschool!
Needless to say, I love the idea of the Kiddopotamus Deluxe PiddlePad. This is an absorbent pad you place on your car seat so you don’t have to take it apart to wash it every time your child has an accident. It works with all car seat harness systems and holds up to one cup of fluid.
I loathed having to take apart my car seat and actually made up excuses to stay at home as much as possible so I didn’t have to deal with the stress of potty training on the road. Having a product like this would have been much appreciated.
The Kiddopatamus Deluxe PiddlePad gets great reviews on Amazon, although some parents say it traps heat and can be uncomfortably warm for your little one during the summer months.
If you’ve tried this product with your children, I’d love to hear what you think! Did you find it helpful as a potty training tool?
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