The Thomas Railroads Reward Potty Stepstool is a great 3-in-1 potty training aid that encourages little ones to potty train with the help of their favorite friend Thomas! A rewards potty chair starts the process. Train sound effects and the Thomas theme song play when the child makes a contribution helping them understand when they had real success. The removable bucket is easy to clean. As the child grows, the removable potty ring can be placed on the adult toilet and has handles to help toddlers feel secure. Flip the lid of the potty down to create a sturdy stepstool that allows little ones to reach the adult toilet or the sink. Potty features non-skid feet and the stepstool can hold up to 200lbs. All new Thomas styling brings excitement to this fun and functional platform.
Toddlers will get on the right track with the Thomas Easy Clean Potty Ring! Little ones favorite friend Thomas comes to life with this fun and functional potty ring with great molded in train details on the handles. This ring is designed with both mom and toddlers in mind: for mom it is easy clean/easy wipe with no spots for residues, and for toddlers, the seat is shaped for both comfort and and includes all important handles to help them feel secure. Plus, this ring really fits on an adult toilet through locking 'feet'. Ring also has an integrated pee guard for boys. The Thomas Easy Clean Potty Ring comes with a hook for storage on the toilet tank.
All aboard for potty time! Thomas helps make the transition to the “big” potty easy for little ones, with handles on the potty ring that help toddlers feel comfortable and secure. It’s quick and easy to put on and take off the toilet, easy to clean, and it comes with a hook to hang it on the side of the toilet for convenient, space-saving storage.
I didn't use any special stuff -- no kiddie toilets, potty rings, or even pull-ups -- because the local YMCA where my daughters attended didn't believe in them. We even had to sign a contract stating that we'd follow their policy at home. I was instructed to just put the kids (they were around 2 1/2) on our regular toilet throughout the day when I thought they had to go. After a week and lots of "Yeah! You did number two!" and "Good for you! You made a wee-wee!" they were done, with barely any accidents. All told, I think they were just developmentally ready.