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While potty training your child you may be faced with the choice of staying home or having to resort to a diaper while you’re out. Now you don’t have to with the My Choice Trainer from GroVia.
A look at the GroVia My Choice trainer:
I received the trainer in this pretty Storm color along with a set of the Side Panels Plus in the Surf color.
The shape of this trainer is quite a bit different from others I’ve tried. The side panels snap on and off making for easy adjustments or easy removal if your child has a bowel movement in the trainer. The GroCool lining allows your child to feel wet while the outer layer is made of waterproof TPU.
The inside of the trainer is lined with a hemp and cotton blend to add some absorbency. There is also a pocket to add a booster or insert to give you some extra coverage while out of the house.
The Storm side panel is the standard panel that comes with the trainer and the side panel plus can be purchased separately if your child is on the older and/or larger side.
Dub is 3 years and 10 months old. He weighs about 37 pounds and is approximately 3’3″ tall. As you can see we can use both of the side panels but the panels plus are a better fit for us at this time.
I do wish there was an extra set of snaps on the panels plus since Dub is in between the two sizes even though that fact didn’t cause any unexpected leaking or problems with either set of panels.
We love how versatile this trainer is between the multiple sizing options and the ability to add extra absorbency. Not many trainers that I’ve seen allow for adding inserts or boosters for extra support.
As with any trainer, the Grovia MyChoice isn’t meant to hold a lot of liquid like a diaper but it does hold quite a bit in comparison to some others I’ve tried. The TPU outer layer also adds more protection so in my opinion, this is the perfect trainer for toddlers who are just beginning their potty training journey or if you have a child is who is quite resistant to the process.