Potty Training in One Day - The Advanced System for Boys
When teaching a toddler boy how to go potty you need to make sure the child is ready, make sure you the parent is ready, and you have the right potty training tools or equipment to accomplish the job. The Adanced System for Boys includes the right tools to potty train boys.
This potty training system includes a potty training doll named Potty Scotty, Padded Potty Training Pants (6 pack), Potty Chair and Potty Training in One Day (potty training book for parents).
Make sure you as the parent set aside enough time before you start potty training to read Potty Training in One Day - A Guide for Today's Parents.
Potty Training in One Day - The Advanced System for Boys includes the following 6 items:
- Potty Scotty Doll
- 3 "big kid" doll potty training pants
- 2 Bottles
- Potty Training Pants (6 pack)
- The Potty Scotty Potty Chair
- Potty Training in One Day - A Guide for Today's Parents
Potty Scotty Doll is a potty training doll is specially designed for potty training. Potty Scotty Details:
- 16" Tall
- Made of soft vinyl
- Anatomically correct
- Drink & Wet-on-Demand
- Can urinate in ANY potty or toilet
- Clothes specially designed to potty train
- Wearing a diaper underneath clothes
- Doll can be given a bath
- Doll conforms to the ASTM F963 safety requirements
- Click here for Operating Instructions for the doll.
2) Three "big kid" doll potty training pants (recommended by Dr Phil's method)
Potty Scotty comes wearing a diaper underneath his two piece outfit. On the "Big Day" - Scotty will ceremoniously change into his potty training pants (along with your daughter, who will change into his "Big Kid" Potty Training Pants) to celebrate the fact that they are now big boys and do not wear diapers any more!!
The additional two doll potty training pants are included because Scotty will have accidents on the "Big Day" and will have to change into his clean potty pants (part of the Potty Training in One Day Process!!)
3) Two bottles to feed Potty Scotty
We have included two different type of bottles for the potty training doll. The first one has a screw top lid - so to fill it up - you simply unscrew the lid and put it under the tap.
The second bottle is a one piece design and fills up by suction. To fill this bottle - you squeeze it and place it inverted in glass full of water. The first time, it will probably fill up about half way. To get more water into the bottle, squeeze it again until the rest of the air is out and then again place it inverted into the glass of water.
4) Six Pack of Potty Training Pants
We have specially designed these padded potty training pants to fit loosely so that they can be pulled on and off by the toddler, without adult help. Not only does this increase the chance of getting to the potty on time, but it also makes whole process much more independent, which is the goal of this potty training system.
They have an absorbent center panel that contains the accidents, but will make your toddler uncomfortable and therefore increase his awareness of his excretory function, especially when compared to diapers and pull-ups.
The potty pants feature breathable side panels, wide rib leg bands for a comfortable fit and a center panel with fiber sponge for super absorbency. (more information)
This smooth, simple, light weight and portable potty chair has no edges to pinch your toddlers thights. It is easy to clean and has a low splash guard.
It has cut outs on the fronts and sides for easy lifting. It is designed to be low to the ground to encourage the more natural squatting position for toileting.
This basic potty chair is all that is required to potty train your child.
Potty Training is one of the most challenging processes a parent faces. For some parents, this is a rewarding and memorable experience, while for others it can be a frustrating time. Potty Training in One Day : A Guide for Today's Parents walks parents through the entire potty process - from determining if their child is ready, to how to handle bowel movement training and bedwetting. It answers common questions such as:
- At what age should I start potty training?
- How do I know if my child is ready to be potty trained?
- What should I do? How should I potty train?
- What does potty training in one day mean?
- What about Bowel Movement Training?
- What should I do if my child resists training?
- How do I handle night time potty training and bed wetting?
and much more. My goal is to help parents prepare for this important developmental milestone and make it a positive and memorable experience for both
This book shows you a step by step process on how to potty train your child in one day and is based on my experience, as well as the collective experiences of all the moms that used these dolls.
Below is a slide show on how Potty Training In One Day works:
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