Little Tot Training Seats
● By Digital Media Director
First of all, you’ll want to determine which type of training seat you want to use. There are many different options on the market made specifically for boys or girls.
You’ll also want to determine how portable you need your seat to be. If your child is the only one using the toilet, you might consider a semi-permanent training seat like the Bemis Nextstep Potty Seat.
The Bemis seat comes with design features that allow the seat to be easily removed for cleaning, or to remove the smaller seat when it’s no longer needed. It’s a two-in-one toilet seat and it accommodates adult and child users equally.
When not in use, the potty seat automatically secures by magnet into the molded seat cover, meaning adults won’t have to manually lift the child seat. When it’s time for little ones to use it, toddlers can easily pull it down by themselves. This will help with their independence and reinforce their “I can do it myself” sense of confidence.
If you’re a parent who wants to keep your bathroom clean and clutter-free, this is the toilet seat for your family. No matter which seat you choose for your child, just remember to be patient. Potty training can take time, however with the right tools, you’ll be set up for success.