I will be completely honest with you all and just say that I hate potty training. I dread it. The Pull Ups Potty Dance? Ridiculous. We have books and DVDs and I even sat through Dr Phil’s Potty training in one day deal. You know what all of these things are lacking? Focus on the child! This is where Potty Tots is completely different. Everything is all about full immersion of the child into the realm of using the potty. There are adorable characters, cute songs, fun games, even an interactive website all designed to help get your child excited to use the potty. Brillante!
Potty Tots was invented by a mom, Jill Leech. I love that. Who better to know what’s best for our children? She saw a need for this in the market and so she made it happen! Her philosophy is to make learning fun, and she did exactly that with Potty Tots! The characters are multi-ethnic, easy to relate to, and honestly, they really are adorable.
Through the Potty Tots website, once you go through all the amazing information and fun activities, you can order a Potty Tots kit for a boy or a girl. Each kit is specifically geared towards your child, getting them excited to start potty training.
The kits include a potty training guide book, an illustrated potty chart, a progress chart with clings, and an animated DVD with bonus music videos!
The kit is literally jam packed with all kinds of goodies that are perfect for helping you and your little one gear up for potty training with as little stress as possible.
Something super cool and unique with this system, is the progress chart that is included. There is a large sheet with tons of adorable vinyl cling Potty Tots that are used to show your child’s progress. Ideally, this would be hung in the bathroom, but we use ours on the refrigerator, where everyone can see Noah’s progress and cheer him on. The more cheering and excitement there is, the more interest and success there is, trust and believe!
Noah would literally run down the hallway to move his little Potty Tot down the field, it was cause for celebration!
And of course, he also loved the book, which not only stars the Potty Tots, but they use the very same system in the book, showing the chart in use and everything, which is even more exciting for the child because they get to do exactly the same things as their favorite characters in the book. Kids like to imitate, the awesomeness here is just, well, awesome. This system has worked wonders with Noah’s potty training. We have tried several different methods, taken several breaks, even assumed the kid would wear diapers into his teens. Well, maybe not that bad, but potty training can be a stressful time. Anything that helps encourage your child, and you for that matter, is worth it’s weight in gold. Potty Tots is most definitely worth it’s weight in gold!
This is a system that you will use now and then pass down to the next child or share with your friends and family. No silly gimmicks, no complicated maneuvers, just plain, simple, tried and true methods that make potty training something that does not need to be dreaded.
Check out Potty Tots for yourself at there website by clicking HERE. They even have diplomas that you can print out for your little one!
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Follow Potty Tots on Twitter by clicking HERE.
Did you check out their website and “Like” their Facebook page? Once you do both, leave me a comment or send me an email to let me know and you are entered to win a Potty Tots training kit of your very own! Share this review with your friends on Twitter and Facebook, and I’ll let you have an extra entry. Hey, I’m cool like that.
I’m telling you, this system is effective! I really wish I had had it for my oldest two, but now I know where to go when Sara is potty training next year. Now go enter and good luck! Winner wlil be announced Saturday, September 29, 2012.
The awesome folks at Potty Tots provided my with a Potty Tots kit free of charge for review purposes. I was not compensated in any other way, and Potty Tots really did make potty training fun in our house! They are awesome!