Are iPhones replacing parents? It used to be mom's job to teach her kiddo the ways of the world or at least the way to the restroom, but now technology is taking over even the dirtiest of parental tasks. iGo Potty is the latest free application that helps children tackle one of life's daunting milestones. Created by Kimberly-Clark Pull-Ups brand, the tool is essentially a potty reminder for children that might get preoccupied and forget to go. When "Patty the Potty" rings, the youngster knows it's bathroom time. iGo Potty also "offers a variety of digital rewards, like stickers and games, to keep potty training fun and motivating. The app helps parents and toddlers stay motivated by unlocking access to new rewards and games after a set number of successes are achieved." What are your thoughts on the toilet training program?
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