The Potty Training in One Day - The Basic System for Girlss includes the following 5 items:The Potty Patty™ girl potty training doll
3 "big kid" doll potty training pants
2 Bottles to feed Potty Patty™
Potty Training in One Day - A Guide for Today's Parents
The Potty Patty™ Potty Chair
1) Potty Patty™ - the Girl Potty Training Doll is Specially Designed to Potty Train™. She is: 16" Tall
Made of soft vinyl
Drink & Wet-on-Demand™
Can be fed laying down or sitting up
Can urinate in ANY potty or toilet
Patty can urinate / pee standing up or sitting down
Clothes specially designed to potty train
Wearing a diaper underneath clothes
Doll can be given a bath
No batteries required
Doll conforms to the ASTM F963 safety requirements
2) Three "big kid" doll potty training pants (recommended by Dr Phil's method)
Potty Patty™ comes wearing a diaper underneath his two piece outfit. On the "Big Day" - Patty will ceremoniously change into his potty training pants (along with your son, who will change into his "Big Kid" Potty Training Pants) to celebrate the fact that they are now big girlss and do not wear diapers any more!!
The additional two doll potty training pants are included because Patty will have accidents on the "Big Day" and will have to change into his clean potty pants (part of the Potty Training in One Day Process!!)
3) Two Bottles to feed Potty Patty
We have included two different type of bottles for the potty training doll. The first one has a screw top lid - so to fill it up - you simply unscrew the lid and put it under the tap.
The second bottle is a one piece design and fills up by suction. To fill this bottle - you squeeze it and place it inverted in glass full of water. The first time, it will probably fill up about half way. To get more water into the bottle, squeeze it again until the rest of the air is out and then again place it inverted into the glass of water.
4) Potty Training in One Day - A Guide for Today's Parents
Potty Training is one day of the most challenging processes a parent faces. For some parents, this is a rewarding and memorable experience, while for others it can be a frustrating time.
Potty Training in One Day : A Guide for Today's Parents walks parents through the entire potty process - from determining if their child is ready, to how to handle bowel movement training and bedwetting.
It answers common questions such as:
At what age should I start potty training?
How do I know if my child is ready to be potty trained?
What should I do? How should I potty train?
What does potty training in one day mean?
What about Bowel Movement Training?
What should I do if my child resists training?
How do I handle night time potty training and bed wetting?
and much more.
The goal is to help parents prepare for this important developmental milestone and make it a positive and memorable experience for both parent and child.
5) The Potty Patty™ Potty Chair for your child
This Potty Patty™ Potty Chair is a smooth, simple, light weight and portable potty that has no edges that will pinch your toddlers thighs. It is easy to clean and has a low splash guard.
It has cut outs on the fronts and sides for easy lifting. It is designed to be low to the ground to encourage the more natural squatting position for toileting.
This Potty Patty™ Potty Chair is all that is required to potty train your child.
Dimensions of The Potty Patty™ Potty Chair are:
14" Long, 9.5" Wide and 7" tall in the front and 9.5" tall in the back.
Caution: Never leave child unattended with potty, toilet or any other baby product
Warning: CHOKING HAZARD - some small parts. Not suitable for children under 3 years
Dolls conform to ASTM F963 Safety Requirements