Potty training is a hoot. Some little ones are absolutely ecstatic at the idea of graduating beyond diapers and moving on to big-kid territory. Others? Well, not so much.
One way that you can make this process slightly less intimidating for those — shall we say — less than enthused toddlers is by introducing a small and cute (yes, we said “cute!”) training toilet. They are low to the ground and easy to use — so they give your pint-size pooper the confidence boost they need to succeed in this exciting but somewhat scary stage.
Ready to purchase a pint-size potty for your powder room? We have rounded up the best potty-training chairs that you and your itty-bitty will love. Oh, and they are all priced under $25 — no need to flush your money away on this item!
Function over frills. This easy option might not look particularly special, but it gets the job done. Practical and compact, this potty is ideal for use at home or on the go. Plus, it is easy to pour out, rinse, and wipe clean.
Want a mini version of a grown-up potty? This one looks like a real toilet — and it sounds like one, too, with a fake flusher. Side grips make it easy for a toddler to comfortably sit and balance, while the removable soft foam seat keeps that tiny tushie extra cozy.
Simple and straightforward, this OXO Potty Chair features a high back for supportive sitting, a splash guard to reduce messes, side handles for on-the-go convenience, and a nonslip bottom to keep it securely in place during use.
If practicality and, um, odor control are your priorities, this potty will do the trick. With a disposable liner and an antimicrobial bowl, it requires minimal cleanup and no post-pee-pee deodorizing. Plus, the seat ring pops off and can be used on most big toilets.
Now, this is a throne befitting your little princess. Activated by a sensor, it plays four royal tunes to reward your regal rascal for a successful trip to the palace potty. A removable toilet cover makes this a smart option that grows with your kiddo.
The Elmo Hooray 3-in-1 toilet is a potty trainer, a chair, and a step stool all at once. But kids won’t care about its practicality factor. Rather, they will be much more excited by the faux flush handle that makes sounds and elicits Elmo’s signature sayings. If your toddler loves Sesame Street, this adorable option will be a hit at home.
It’s potty time! Celebrate this milestone and get this training process started. Potty-training chairs can help you and your little one get comfortable with this new normal. They are just the right size for your tot and, heck, they are pretty darn adorable to boot!
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