Here’s the scoop on everything you need get your toddler out of diapers. We’ve been through the trenches — multiple times between us — and we’re excited to share with you our favorite potty training essentials.
Kid-approved with actual flushing sound. Can’t promise it’ll make them go to the potty, but we’d pay a lot of money if it did!
Simple, easy to clean, and bonus: It looks good.
This one uses a spinning target to teach them to aim from a young age. Toileting and sport rolled into one.
These make it a little easier for your little ones to clean themselves.
For when you ditch the diapers, but still want to have an extra layer of security in case of accidents.
Comfortable for the little ones, this trainer seat is a great choice for at-home use. We like that it hangs nicely for storage
Ikea makes great, cheap and long-lasting step stools. The one we featured isn’t available anymore, but here’s another similar and inexpensive one.
It’s like clockwork: when you’re on the go, they gotta go. Without fail. But this emergency potty is a life saver in a pinch. Just wait until you’re stuck in gnarly traffic… you’ll thank us later.
Piddle pad, now say that 10 times fast! This makes it super easy to clean up after any accidents in the car seat.
Just pop in a bag and it’s a great on-the-go potty.
A germaphobe’s dream. When you’re at a public toilet with your child, you’ll want these on hand. Kind of pricey, but you never know when they might come in handy.
Sure, toilet paper works just fine, but this one is pink and looks like an owl! Motivation, maybe?
Kids love this interactive book, and it gets them excited about using the toilet.
A less graphic option in the potty-motivation category. 😃
Super cute reward chart set that’s worth its weight in gold stars.
Helps remind kids when it’s time to go, so it doesn’t have to be your job.