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Baby Bjorn was gracious enough to send me one of their potty chairs to review during our attempts at getting our newly-turned-three-year-old to start using the potty. Those attempts have failed as of now (though we’re still plugging along) but he does love using the potty as a stool, a container for Matchbox cars. and even a hat.
About the Baby Bjorn Potty Chair:
The Baby Bjorn potty chair comes in a lot of great colors that will accent any home. That seems like a strange thing to say about a potty chair but if you can match your bathroom decor, why not? I chose the grey which is a really nice, sleek color.
All of the edges are rounded to be comfortable, the bottom is rubberized so it won’t slip, and the bowl is a good size and easy to remove without splashing.
The front piece is also nice and high to eliminate aim issues for little boys.
Well, truth be told, K-Dub hasn’t peed in this potty at all yet -sigh- but he does love to sit on it which is a plus. We’re moving in the right direction though. Last week he said he had to use the potty, ran to the bathroom, sat down and peed. He was still wearing his diaper, but he’s getting the connection with it which is good. Right?
This potty is very well made, the rubber grips on the bottom allow for a sturdy place to sit for toddlers who are still learning to sit on a toilet, and the bowl is very easy to remove to allow for less spilling accidents. Most of all I love that it doesn’t talk, play music, have an iPad attachment, or have a bunch of pieces. I can’t wait to really put this potty to use!
Almost, but not quite…
You can buy a Baby Bjorn Potty Chair at your favorite online retailer for about $29.99. They also have the backless Smart Potty and the Toilet Trainer toilet ring to choose from.