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Make potty training as easy as 1-2-3 with this fun Happy-Poo potty-training kit that will keep your toddler focused on the task!
It can be daunting for a child to progress from nappies to a potty, as the idea of weeing or pooping in such an unfamiliar way feels strange to them at first. Happy-Poo is designed to make the potty more fun for the little one, plus more hygienic and convenient for mum and dad.
Happy-Poo consists of 20 disposable plastic potty liners, 20 disposable absorbent pads and 3 fun character heads with attachment suckers which adhere to your child’s potty. Wrap the disposable bag around the entire potty and secure it by placing the 3 character heads over the top onto the attachments. Place a disposable pad inside the potty and it’s ready to use.
The 3 smiling characters, Froggy, Ducky and Cathy the caterpillar, will help to make the potty appear more fun and welcoming for the child, whilst the disposable bag makes clean-up easy for parents too. Simply remove the character heads, remove and tie the bag and dispose of like you would a nappy. It is so much faster and more hygienic than washing the whole potty out, and the absorbent pads placed in the bottom are designed to hold high volumes of liquid in order to reduce odours too.
Please note: Potty is not included.
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|SKU / Product Code||92999|
|Included Contents||20 bags, 20 absorbent pads, 3 character heads|
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- Fab idea and it works on all levels! Review by Gemmas Mum
With the funny faces I have one in the potty and the others stay out, we decided on the frog face to go in the potty (which is white) and that works OK, the other toys are there to be played with whilst seated and this works OK for us.
Great idea, Hubby loves it as he is a bit baulky when it comes to potty emptying, I tell him to grow a pair, but he's in retch city so anything that can help him manage the task is a REAL BONUS! (Posted on 7 April 2016)