- ISBN-10: 0761149724
- ISBN-13: 978-0761149729
The Potty Caddy, recommended for baby to pre-schooler actually comes in a carry along box. It takes a fun, lighthearted approach to potty training by including other cool items like a 32 pages colour book, super cute toddler-size “magazines” for bathroom reading, toilet targets (probably for the boys), reward stickers, a potty chart and would you believe it, even a child’s very own roll of toilet paper on a refillable holder!
As much as the Potty Caddy will help children develop a positive, excited attitude about being potty trained, I personally believe that the Potty Humour incorporated into this product is meant more to help the “stressed out” parent who is perhaps guiding her toddler in this challenging journey 😉
Interested to know what other Parent Reviewers think of The Potty Caddy? Check out the reviews below:
Momma Findings – I saved my favorite part for the end though, 4 really funny miniature magazines that your tot would love reading while he’s sitting, just like Dad. Titles include:
BQ (Babies Quarterly)
So, as a Momma to three I can really relate to Rachel Gordon, the author. We both have extensive potty training experience and have been long time toilet users. The Potty Caddy is a must for your journey through potty training.
Sassy Frazz – The best part of the Potty Caddy, in my parenting opinion, is the kid-themed/kid-sized magazines. Here are the fun titles: Vanity Fairy (Being Free the bearable dryness of being), Rolling Stroller (Rock on, Baby! Ten great songs to listen to while peeing or pooping on the potty), Tots Illustrated (Oops! Don’t get embarrassed: It even happens to the Pros!) and BQ (Babies Quarterly: Dress for success: Great looks for the Newly diaperless).
Loving Heart Mommy –The Potty Caddy is truly everything your child needs to make Potty training fun and easy!Unfortunately I didn’t get the chance to have my son Gabriel , 22 months old personally review this as planned. He is away for Holiday, left a bit earlier than expected with his Grandmother/Father. So as soon as he gets back I’m going to pop out this box so we can get ready for some potty training fun! As much as he loves books I’m sure this will be a big hit for him and it will make potty training fun and not a scary experience!
Three P’s In A Pod – The Potty Caddy Book really does a pretty standard job of explaining the how-to part of using the toilet. It is basically factual and gets the point across in simple terms that kids can understand. The toddler magazines are adorable and little kids will feel like they’re reading magazines just like a grown up. There are questions inside each of them that are great for passing the time while you try to get kids to stay put on the toilet, something that is not always easy.
Lille Punkin’ Reviews – When this arrived in the mail, my son was wide-eyed. The little gift box can be reused, and contains a roll of toilet paper (mounted inside the box for use), some miniature “kids” magazines (with pictures of babies and young children in mock magazine layouts), a book to read to the kiddo, and a book to guide the parents. When I showed my son everything included in the Potty Caddy, and I had a chance to explain that it was just for him, he looked at me and whispered, “I think I need to use the potty.”
Reviews By Heidi – I have placed our Potty Caddy in a strategic place – right by the potty! I must admit I found myself reading the Potty Caddy book and laughing out loud. I told my oldest daughter (15) that she had to read it and she said “I already did!” LOL.
This product is definitely not a potty training necessity but it sure will make your potty training effort more fun.
A Mom Speaks – My daughter loved the toddler size magazines. They really made her feel grown up, especially since mama is know to read magazines on the toilet as well. While my daughter is still not fully potty trained she loves going to potty because of the Potty Caddy.
A Wrestling Addicted Mommy – You’ll also find a really cute illustrated book inside the caddy to help your child learn more about their new adventure by helping to answer questions they may have about the new potty/toilet and the process to make it a little less scary. There’s also some really cute kid friendly mini magazines so your little one can be just like daddy sitting on the toilet reading. It’s pretty darn cute!
I wish I had this around with my girls when they were training, it would have really helped encourage them and kept the training fun at the same time.
Crunchy Green Loving Mom – It is also great for daycare and visits to Grandma’s! It has a handle on it so your little one can take it with them. I like that I can fold up the “reward chart” and put it back in the box for her to take to the babysitters, and then to her daddy’s house! That way she has the consistency that is needed for potty training.
This would make a GREAT gift for any parent who’s child is getting up to that point in the next year. Help out a poor stressed parent and the potty training fight!
Busy Mommy Product Review – It is super cute. And Sara Rose seemed to really get a kick out of it and the fact that it was all her’s for sitting on the potty like a big girl.