Prince Lionheart Potty Pod

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Review by Jenae

If you think that all toilet training potties are created equal, you are so very wrong. Let me just tell you all of the wonderful things about this snazzy potty.
Awesome built-in deflector shield. If you are the mother [or caregiver] of a little boy, you know how important this is. No more accidental sprays all over the bathroom tile! Our old potty had a removable deflector shield, which meant there was a little slot where “stuff” could collect.
One-piece removable bowl that can be lifted straight off. You don’t have to remove the seat first to dump the contents. In fact, it is so easy that Big Brother now lifts it off, dumps his potty, and rinses it all by himself. Woo-hoo for independence!
Made with Anti-microbial material: From the Prince Lionheart web site, “The ONLY Anti-Microbial pottyPOD™ on the market! The soft, cushion surface of the pottyPOD™ is treated with an EPA approved additive to inhibit the growth of microorganisms that may cause spoilage, odors and mildew.” Genius!

Height Adjustable: When we work up the courage in about a year or so to attempt to potty train Little Brother, this potty chair will fit him like a glove and still meet the needs of our first in-house “expert.”
Soft and cushy seat: Big Brother commented on how soft and squishy it was the first time he sat on it! Why don’t they make adult toilet seats out of this super-soft material?

Lovely colors and sleek design: Take your pick…green, pink, or blue! We chose the green to go with the decor in the boy’s bathroom.

Be sure to check out our great series about potty training:

Click here for our top ten lists about potty training. Don’t forget to print out our typical potty training developmental chart.

Be sure to check out the controversial Elimination Communication diaper-free method of toileting infants by clicking here.
Click here to learn about T. Berry Brazelton’s Child-Centered Potty Training Method and click here to see why he says reprimands and punishments don’t work.

Check out Dr. Sears Child-Oriented Potty Training Method by clicking here and Dr. Spock’s method of potty training by clicking here.

To find out more about the Timer Method of toilet training click here.

To learn about Dr. Phil’s Potty Train in One Day click here. Dr. Phil’s method of toilet training is influenced by the Azrin and Foxx One Day Toilet Training Method.

Click here to see our review of the Naked and $75 Toilet Training Method by Dr. Rosemond and click here for a similar method called Potty Training Boot Camp by Suzanne Riffel.

To see our review of books about potty training for caregivers click here.

Click here for a list of children’s books about potty training.

Comments

  1. Outstanding series on potty training! Thanks I have a lot of reading to do! Best resource for nannies!

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