Bjorn Potty Chair

The Baby Bjorn Potty Chair is by far our favorite, although the Baby Bjorn little potty is a strong contender - especially for when our little one was smaller.

Let’s start with the smooth, one piece external construction. This means that you can clean the entire outside of the chair without worries of missing small joints or cracks where odor and bacteria would otherwise accumulate. This construction is also ergonomically correct, offering a higher back than many other training seats – making it very comfortable. No rough edges. Add to that a non-skid base that provides security and you have a remarkable marriage of practicality with affordability. For the green household it’s nice to know that the Bjorn toddler potty chair is made completely from recycled materials that are PCV free.

When your little munchkin begins showing signs of being ready to graduate from diapers, you’ll be very happy to discover that most children find this chair easy to sit on for longer periods. The inner collection bin lifts out easily so that children can begin learning to empty the potty into the adult toilet.

Additionally, there’s a splashguard that helps you avoid messy cleanups around the potty - although our little one still get a splash over the edge on occasion.

In terms of finding a training seat that matches your nursery or bathroom décor, you’ll have no problem with the Bjorn toddler potty chair. They come in numerous colors. Some styles also offer cartoon characters pictures that will help attract your child’s attention.

The Bjorn toddler potty chair is getting a lot of consumer attention, particularly from parenting groups and product reviewers. Priced under $30.00 the manufacturer of this trainer obviously put some serious thought into what would fulfill various needs in the potty training process.

Return from Bjorn Potty Chair to Toddler Potty

Leave a comment or share your story about kids potty training.

Return to Little Darling Potty Training home page

XML RSSSubscribe To This Site
  • follow us in feedly
  • Add to My Yahoo!
  • Add to My MSN
  • Subscribe with Bloglines