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Kalencom Potette Plus 2-in-1 Travel Potty Trainer Seat Red
Comes with 3 super absorbent, leak-proof and easy-to-use disposable linersSuitable for ages 15 months and up to 50lbs when used as a traveling pottyEasily converts to a folding trainer seat. Contoured seat for your child's comfortNon-slip, durable, and comfortable. Can be used on all toilet seatsLegs lock into place when opened
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7 Reddit comments about Kalencom Potette Plus 2-in-1 Travel Potty Trainer Seat Red:

u/pokeybop72 · 3 pointsr/toddlers

We did a cross of oh crap on the weekends, some bribes (big kid toys (eg scissors and ink stamps), and then amazingly a freaking potty training wall chart with stickers closed the deal. I will say- observe for a window to push it. One day when they seem slightly more into it? Bust out the potty chart that day and then really start pushing it. Our daughter had maybe three couple-week windows where she was more interested in it between ages 2 and 3 and it was the last window that really closed the deal for us. Best of luck. Also Kalencom Potette Plus 2-in-1 Travel Potty Trainer Seat.

u/Cyg789 · 3 pointsr/parentsofmultiples

We're potty training at the moment, the boys are 28 months, 26 adjusted. They had been protesting their nappies for a few weeks, and over the holidays we had 10 days to give it a shot so we did. We took them to the loo with us a few times for about a week beforehand, to show them where pee and poo comes from and to explain that everyone does it. From what I'm seeing in our twins club, readiness to potty train comes and goes in cycles, if you miss a cycle, then their brain will be occupied with something else for a while and you'll be fighting windmills if you force it. This was our window to catch and we did.

We bought the "Oh crap" book and went with her recommendation of taking the nappies off and put the potties where they're easy to reach, in our case the living room. Bought tons of toilet paper. Gave them water with a bit of apple juice to drink to help them get their bladder fuller than normal, and then watched them like a hawk. Each time they seemed to get uncomfortable, we put them on the potty, each time they peed on the potty we gave them toilet paper to wipe themselves, then emptied the potty in the loo and let them say "bye bye peepee" - they loved it and it soon became apparent that including them was the way to go, they're so proud of being allowed to wipe the pee off, carry their potties back, wash their hands. Twin A went from "I peed" to "I'm peeing" to "I need to pee RIGHT NOW" in 2 days and was dry within a week. He's still sometimes go trouble distinguishing between the need to poo and the need to pee, but he will let us know he wants to sit on the potty regardless and has about 2 accidents a week even though he goes to a busy nursery full time.

Twin B however took to it like a champ too, but he's ahead of twin A development wise and he used the opportunity to power play and regressed after 3 days. His brother is still at the stage where he's eager to please, Twin B however is constanly challenging "The Goverment". He would. not. pee. in. the. f***. potty. You cannot win power play with toddlers, so we put the nappy back on and told him in no uncertain terms that "We take the nappy off if you go sit on the potty. Your choice." We didn't yell or admonish, didn't put him down or tell him how disappointed we were, we tried to be very matter of fact. This is how it is, your decision, end of. It took him a week before he became sick of being the baby when his brother didn't have to bother wearing nappies anymore and went to the potty like the other preschoolers, and suddenly he started to ask for the potty every 5 minutes, I'm not joking, he goes to the potty for 5 ml that he's proud of - and we make sure to tell him how well he has done. Nappies are off as of this weekend, he got some 1 on 1 time with daddy today while I took his brother out, just so that he could relax while getting used to it. So far, so good, he's very happy and we'll do our best to keep it that way. (I took his brother to see friends today, a half hour drive, and it worked! No accidents, went to the potty before the trip and directly after)

During the night, the nappies are still on, but we have included them into their evening routine, and when they say "Peepee" during bedtime, we sit them on the toddler toilet seat upstairs no problem.

My tip would be to go in with low expectations and try to stay relaxed. It might not work the first time round, then put the nappy back on, let everyone wind down and start again after a few weeks. Accidents will happen, it's only pee and poo though, it can be cleaned up. The more you freak out at human excrements, the more nervous your twins will get. Especially poo seems to freak them out frequently, I've heard a lot of our twins club parents tell me that their twins had meltdowns over poo like you wouldn't believe. Your job is to be the calm one, the more you freak out, the more stressful it will be. As for following books: Books are nice, and the "Oh crap" book had a few good recommendations, but every kid is different, and if in doubt, put the damn book aside and go with what you think is right. Don't let other people dictateyour every action, you know your kids. Good luck.

Edit: We have this in the car - It's awesome for trips.

u/bspksf · 2 pointsr/Parenting

We had a potette ( that we used in the beginning of potty training since you can buy the bags that go with it and it kind of becomes a potty on the go that folds pretty small. We just kept that in the car for when we went on longer drives.

u/rainbowmoonheartache · 2 pointsr/Parenting

Just did this a couple months ago with our two-year-old.

Portable DVD player and a power inverter so it can charge while you drive.

If you plan to drive through the night, follow your usual bedtime/naptime routines as best you can. (e.g.: we did "bedtime" at a gas station in one direction and on the side of the road the other way)

Portable potty in the car. I personally like this one, because it can work as both a stand-alone potty (regular plastic grocery bags fit fine if you don't want to buy theirs) and a regular potty seat adapter: Potette Plus

u/ncsufire · 2 pointsr/Parenting

I second the potty seat that /u/Roupert posted. We also bought the Potette travel potty, huge lifesaver and the throwaway liners are great.

u/Lacroix24601 · 2 pointsr/breakingmom

Can you buy a special car potty and make it awesome so she'll want to use it. I bought a kalencom portable potty after my eldest trained it's come totally in handy countless times over the 4 years we've had it. No worry about finding a bathroom. Just pull over and pee.

I get that she's not telling you but maybe if it's a super special amazing potty she'll want to tell you? Let her decorate it/sticker it up.
This is what we have:

u/sleepsonrocks · 1 pointr/breakingmom

Hey, so go to Amazon and get this thing. It folds up and I keep it in a mesh bag with some wipes and liner bags. It goes in my backpack, in my hiking pack, in my car, in my stroller so that I always have a potty. We potty before leaving the house, we potty at the store. The folding potty also functions as a seat reducer (it makes sitting on the big potty less scary!) and we use it in the woods on hikes and everything (in the woods for pee, we just set it up without a bag). My daughter just started potty training a week or so ago and she has used this to successfully pee in the scary composting toilets at our local park and also in public restrooms. Its super handy to keep around, and I have even used it for my older son when he had a poop emergency on a hike in the woods!