We’re in full-on potty training mode with our two and a half year old and have been using the Prince Lionheart wee POD Toilet Trainer in one bathroom as well as a free standing training potty in our other bathroom.
Unlike a training potty, the weePOD rests on top of a standard toilet seat and is held in place with a slip-resistant ring. Further stability for the child is provided with handles located on each side. The handles are effective once your child is seated, but they cannot to be used to help climbing up and on as even the lightest amount of pressure applied to either handle causes the weePOD to flip over.
The weePOD looks great, is durable and easy to install and remove. It is a great fit on our toilet seat and from what we can tell, is very comfortable to sit on. Best of all, everything goes directly into the toilet (well, almost everything, it’s still a work in progress!) so clean up is a cinch. Our little one really likes it, and potty training is coming along nicely. What more can we ask?
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These are amazingly lifelike butterflies. They react, or seem to react, to movements and can sit in the palm of your hand.
I did not see this coming from Hyundai. This new ad from Super Bowl hit all the right chords. While some of the dads’ lif-saving moves were slightly over the top, any father who’s doing his job knows how close his kids have come to bad falls and collisions. When your kids are 2 and 3, in fact, it’s almost every day if not every hour. And that’s why this commercial is so strong; it shows strong dads who doing what dads do. We are with our kids and we are watching out for them, protecting them, making sure they don’t kill themselves before they’re ready to take care of themselves.
We’re still at the point where we have to celebrate just a bit every time a dad isn’t shown as a hapless buffoon disconnected from his family, and reality.