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Boon Boy & Girl Potties

Although boys and girls learn different potty techniques, both sexes can use the same potty chairs and seats during the process. (For boys, though, be sure the chair has a deeper body and a good splash guard). Many parents introduce their children to potty chairs at 18 to 24 months old, even if potty training is still a time away. When children are a bit older, around 2 to 4 years old, they can use a potty seat on top of a regular toilet seat, with a step stool helping them ... moreclimb up there.
$39.99 at Target

The Potty Bench is a training potty featuring two enclosed side storage spaces for organizing potty training supplies, and a pull-...out drawer for easy, sanitary clean-up. Simply close the lid to use as a large, sturdy stool that supports up to 300 lbs. The wide base and slip-resistant suface ensures maximum stability. Enclosed side storage spaces for wipes and other supplies Pull-out drawer for easy cleanup; angled seat to catch spills Built-in toilet paper holder; removable soft deflector shield for training boys Wide base and slip-resistant surfaces for maximum stability Large, sturdy bench can support up to 300 lbs. Includes: Step Stool: Easily Converts to a Step StoolSafety and Security Features: PVC-free, BPA FreeCare and Cleaning: Wipe Clean With Soap and WaterMaximum Weight Capacity: 30.0 Lb.Manufacturer's Suggested Age: 2 Years and UpMaterial: PlasticProtective Qualities: Leak-ProofDimensions: 7.0 " H x 19.5 " W x 10.0 " D Weight: 7.0 Lb.see shipping and returnsguest rating overall4 of 5 stars Qualitynot rated Valuenot rated Easy to Usenot rated see guest reviews Read More

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