This Frog Urinal Helps Toddlers With Potty Training Thanks to Its Clever Target
When I was potty training a boy I used to nanny, we struggled with him peeing in the potty more than doing number twos, because for the latter, he'd simply sit and do his business; it was the aiming into the toilet while standing that he couldn't quite master. As it turns out, it could have helped him to have something to aim for to make potty training into a little game, which is exactly what this hilarious-looking Frog Urinal For Toddlers aims (see what I did there?) to do.
The $12 urinal — which is perfectly toddler-sized and hangs on the wall with either the attached suction cups or with the use of a hook — was designed to help toddlers aim for the center of the toilet with the use of a small red propeller (the frog's "tongue"), which spins as your child, well . . . urinates on it. It sounds a little out there, but coupled with the toilet's bright colors and cute frog design, it's a total fit for a toddler. Maybe it'll help teach our kids from the jump not to pee all over the edge of the seat? Fingers crossed.
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