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Fisher Price Royal Potty - half price £9.99

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8y, 2m agoFound 8 years, 2 months ago
We have this potty and it's great - v sturdy and easy to empty. We never put the batteries in so can't comment on the royal music that plays when they get something in it.
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#2
My cousin got one of these from amazon, not sure what she paid at the time, but know she got a good deal, My boy loved this potty, 6 months later hes dry at night as well as during the day! hes not even 3 yet! mind you he is my 5th one! Brilliant musical potty
banned#3
adp
My boy loved this potty, 6 months later hes dry at night as well as during the day! hes not even 3 yet!

hehe, I doubt the potty has anything to do with that - I'd be worried if a toddler wasn't dry at night by 30months at the very oldest, whatever brand of potty/toilet was used.
#4
Sonne
I'd be worried if a toddler wasn't dry at night by 30months at the very oldest, whatever brand of potty/toilet was used.


Worried?

Sorry but i think that's a load of rubbish. My 5 year old was way older than 30 months. Was I worried? No. All kids are different.

My youngest is 29 months and he just isn't ready to be potty trained, which is fine by me. What's the rush? He'll do it when he's good and ready. Anyways...:roll:

I bought one of these for my eldest & he used to think that it was a toy. He figured out that all he had to do was move his hand over the sensor for it to make a noise lol.

I've still got it but I went for a conventional potty this time round. Not that anything has been done in it yet lol
#5
Just placed my order! Been looking for a deal on something like this for ages - £20-£30 on a musical potty...NO WAY!!! This is great though - heat added. Now just to get my 2 year old boy to stay still long enough to sit on it...
#6
Sonne
I'd be worried if a toddler wasn't dry at night by 30months at the very oldest, whatever brand of potty/toilet was used.


Wh at a thing to say. Some children just aren't ready!
#7
Zoe_B
Worried?

Sorry but i think that's a load of rubbish. My 5 year old was way older than 30 months. Was I worried? No. All kids are different.

My youngest is 29 months and he just isn't ready to be potty trained, which is fine by me. What's the rush? He'll do it when he's good and ready. Anyways...:roll:

I bought one of these for my eldest & he used to think that it was a toy. He figured out that all he had to do was move his hand over the sensor for it to make a noise lol.

I've still got it but I went for a conventional potty this time round. Not that anything has been done in it yet lol




too right, kids aren't robots, especially boys! lol
#8
jakenjo
too right, kids aren't robots, especially boys! lol


Yup! :-D
#9
Sonne
hehe, I doubt the potty has anything to do with that - I'd be worried if a toddler wasn't dry at night by 30months at the very oldest, whatever brand of potty/toilet was used.


lol, I've been checking this site for a few weeks now and you just pushed me into registering and commenting.

Many kids don't get any bowel control until they're between 2 and 3 years old. If you were worried about your kids not being potty trained by 30 months then I'm worried about what happens to your kids if they don't fit in with your schedule.
#10
Sonne
hehe, I doubt the potty has anything to do with that - I'd be worried if a toddler wasn't dry at night by 30months at the very oldest, whatever brand of potty/toilet was used.


Children develop at different speeds. some children learn faster in one area than others and vice versa. Nice potty but used one similar (not personally you understand lol) was hard to clean though.
#11
Sonne
hehe, I doubt the potty has anything to do with that - I'd be worried if a toddler wasn't dry at night by 30months at the very oldest, whatever brand of potty/toilet was used.



Why worry? all children develop differently, whenever they are ready. they will be out of nappies by the time they are 21 so why worry? unnecessary stressing :whistling:

I think this potty is a good idea and a great price.
[helper]#12
I agree! All children are different! For example my little boy only started walking at 18 months old! Lazy!! considering some babies i know walked at 8 months old let alone 12 months after that! xxxx
#13
Sonne
hehe, I doubt the potty has anything to do with that - I'd be worried if a toddler wasn't dry at night by 30months at the very oldest, whatever brand of potty/toilet was used.


I worry about your parenting skills.
#14
Well am glad most of you lot out there agreed with me, kids are all different, my eldest boy still wet himself till he was 8, Not a problem they are all different think my little lad of nearly 3 is doing really well, as a mother of five the eldest being 24 the youngest neally three, kids are all different, they will all get there in the end no matter what it is they are doing:) Life doesnt have to be a competiton:roll:
#15
We have this potty, and I must admit it wasn't great for us...

My daughter (who is now 3 and has been dissuaded from using it now for the following reasons..) seems to do the most humungous poos, and can you hellas like slide the potty bit out without sometimes managing to get poo on the underside of the potty. The bit with all the electrics and sensors and so on.

Soooo, the music stopped playing after a couple of huge poos and some vigorous cleaning. :roll:

It is a good potty for taller kids though, and would have been excellent for us had it had a slightly deeper potty bit. Or maybe if our daughter didn't poo like an old man, lol! A friend had the same problem, too.

As for kids being weird if they're not trained by 30 months, well, there's enough kids with complexes as it is I would have thought. Sounds like there may be a few more with issues coming up shortly. :whistling:

It happens when it happens, no point stressing them and yourself about it, cos that's when you risk ending up with them having hang ups and needing nappies when they're 13.

Not good.
banned#16
Sonne
hehe, I doubt the potty has anything to do with that - I'd be worried if a toddler wasn't dry at night by 30months at the very oldest, whatever brand of potty/toilet was used.

lol get real
"I used to have 6 theories on bringing up kids; now I have 6 kids and no theories"
#17
Sonne, it looks as though you upset at few people!

Can anyone recommend a good potty then? I am about to start training my daughter (whom is only 18 months). Although, I cannot really see her picking it up for a while but no harm in trying
#18
great potty my little girl loved it, she didn't get on with a normal potty but loved that this was more like a chair so more comfortable to sit on. i paid more than this and it was still worth it for taking the stress out of potty training
#19
Shelby25
Sonne, it looks as though you upset at few people!


Yeah, just a bit!

I had to edit my reply a few times before I posted it, in case I got suspended :lol:
#20
Shelby25
Sonne, it looks as though you upset at few people!

Can anyone recommend a good potty then? I am about to start training my daughter (whom is only 18 months). Although, I cannot really see her picking it up for a while but no harm in trying


Take her with you to choose one. Part of being a 'big girl' and all that. Same with buying pants/knickers, make them a part of it all.

We just had a bog (forgive the pun) standard one from Mothercare. Sprog is 15 now though, lol.
#21
My baby won't be due in another one month, I am wondering if it's a bit early to get this. Do you think the potty can be used guided until she can do it herself? I remember my parents did have a regime of holding my young siblings with potty underneath till they were old enough to manage themselves....
#22
Just do add a bit more controversy to the discussion...

The day my 8 month old daughter decided to take off her nappy and show me her poo, I decided she was old enough for a potty.

She's 9 months old now, and knows what the potty is for, and gives herself a round of applause when she poos in it. It's a long time before she'll be using it of her own accord - she can only barely crawl - but it's never too early to let them know, especially if they know... :whistling:

Considering buying this, because it looks fun and sturdy!
#23
Lucky you, Fluff!

We have this potty at home for our 29 month old (she's not trained...so shoot me :w00t:) and i think its great. Its so much comfier than standard pottys; we have both and my little one won't even entertain the 'normal' one. Expect to be taking the batteries out after a day or so though - as someone else said, they get the idea about how to set it off, and plus, its pretty irritating!
#24
tara
My baby won't be due in another one month, I am wondering if it's a bit early to get this. Do you think the potty can be used guided until she can do it herself? I remember my parents did have a regime of holding my young siblings with potty underneath till they were old enough to manage themselves....


Bought this the other day. Had a basic potty since he could crawl. We did that - just having a potty around so its part of everthing and putting him on it when his nappy was off. Not training yet as hes only 2 next month but he does likes sitting on the pot-pot! Boys are much slower than girls anyway (suprise suprise!)

Sadly this has now gone upto £16.99
banned#25
Shelby25
Sonne, it looks as though you upset at few people!

LOL, seems like lots of people with slow children here. They probably all wear disposable nappies and are unable to know they have wet themselves. :/


Can anyone recommend a good potty then? I am about to start training my daughter (whom is only 18 months). Although, I cannot really see her picking it up for a while but no harm in trying

I'd recommend just a basic potty. Have it around as young as you can. We got one when our daughter was about 6months old and just left it in the room for her to see. She soon got interested in what it was for. By about 10 months she would sit on it and use it with help. By 18 months she used the potty 80% (by herself) of the time (and a real toilet 19%). By the age of two she was using a real toilet pretty much exclusively (excluding two or three night time accidents).

It's worked for a few friends since, especially those who give children real nappies (and from an early age encourage them to take the nappy off after wetting it - most children won't need any encouragement though. ;-) ). The people I've met who have done it this way have been thankful that the children have pretty much trained themselves and required little adult intervention.


I'm worried about what happens to your kids if they don't fit in with your schedule.

My child doesn't have to run to ANY schedule - she will learn and play in a supportive environment. She won't be patronised or expected to wear nappies until she is 5 like some people on here seem to do to their children.


She's 9 months old now, and knows what the potty is for, and gives herself a round of applause when she poos in it.

lol - she sounds excellent.. My daughter used to laugh when she did a plop (her words) - but soon cried if it splashed onto her. :-)

It's a long time before she'll be using it of her own accord - she can only barely crawl - but it's never too early to let them know, especially if they know...

Exactly - once a child realises that wearing a nappy doesn't feel good (which happens at a relatively young age) then it's time for them to see how a potty works.
#26
How to win friends and influence people :roll:
#27
[QUOTE=Sonne]LOL, seems like lots of people with slow children here. They probably all wear disposable nappies and are unable to know they have wet themselves. :/

:oWords of wisdom LOL. :evil: again - this is why I work and dont mix with 'THE BAREFOOT & PREGNANT GANG' Imagine having a cup of tea with attitudes like this....however I suppose if this is all you've got to think about (I'm guessing non disposal nappies and work don't mix eh?) you get a bit too serious about it. Its only a cheap potty deal!

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