Mummys’ Little Helper – Toilet Training Aides

Toilet Training Aides

Following on from my post yesterday sharing my 12 tips to potty training and the NEW Potty Training Charts with Certificates, I want to share with you some products that I know would have helped a great deal when training my kids.  

Plus there is an awesome Potty Training Pack giveaway!

Andrea and Suzanne started Mummys Little Helper after many people asking them where they purchased the unique products they were using while on shopping trips.  Mummys’ Little Helpers has a wide range of practical parenting products  tried and tested on their own kids!  I really do wish I knew of them when we were in the potty training stages!  

Bolly Sheet

A clever creation that makes changing the sheets at midnight a breeze.  More details here.

I gave this to one of my friends to trail this is what she had to say:  “The Brolly sheet protector is so unlike any other mattress protectors on the market.  This is so soft, comfortable and not like the cold noisy ones that I have previously used.  My daughter feels more at ease and relaxed and loves the colour as it blends into her sheets perfectly.  It’s 100% cotton and makes my job so much easier when little accidents occur.  The Brolly Sheet washes up like a new and can be tumbled dried.  I’d definatley recommend this item to my girlfriends with little kids”. 

Summer Infant Deluxe Piddle Pad by Kiddopotamus

I remember cringing when the kids said they did an accident in their car seat.  A car seat that I really wanted to use over the years, give to family and friends.  Now there is the ‘Summer Infant Deluxe Piddle Pad’ a waterproof lining to protect your car seat.  

I gave this to one of my friends to trail this is what she had to say:  “We were so impressed with the deluxe piddle pad, there seems to be a lot for toilet training a toddler in the home, but it can actually make you feel house bound, trying to establish routine and being able to manage accidents. The deluxe piddle pad made it so easy to deal with an accident out and about, no having to remove the car seat from the car and then remove the cover just this handy little seat cushion that has a waterproof backing to contain the accident.  I highly recommend this for not only people who are toilet training their toddlers but like us special needs children who might need a bit longer and a few more accidents to get into the swing of things”.

My Wee Friend Potty Sticker

Place a one of these special stickers on the bottom of a flat based potty.  It is originally a black spot, when the sticker gets wet the picture will appear, like magic.  What a great incentive for the kids to go potty!  Sticker lasts for 6 to 12 weeks.  

Traveljohn Junior

A disposable urinal for those emergency moments.  Great to keep in the car when on a long car ride and your little one just can’t wait.  Or when they are selective about which toilets they use.

 

Wee Target

A fun tool to help the boys aim directly into the toilet bowl.  Like the stickers above, the wee target is a black dot and when wet it will reveal the picture (many different designs to choose from). 

Wee Man Toilet Trainer

For those little boys that aren’t tall enough for to use the big toilet.  The weeman clips onto the side of the toilet allowing to train him standing up.

 

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34 comments

Kapernickn June 26, 2012 - 7:44 AM

Please enter me into this competition.  My 3yr old boy shows no interest whatsoever in giving up the nappies, unlike his siblings who were completely out of them well before their 3rd birthday. 

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Karen Edwards June 26, 2012 - 10:00 AM

I like the Clean shopper would be very handy 

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Jodi838 June 26, 2012 - 10:07 AM

I’m just starting toilet training with my son and we bought you’re training charts yesterday. Thanks for sharing about Mummy’s little helper products. It’s great to know I can get everything I’ll need in one spot 🙂 I also like the Fridge-to-go’s Cool Pad. That’s the hardest thing when they have a fever or have bumped their noggin, to keep the icepack wrapped in a tea towel around their head. What a great idea 🙂

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Jodi838 June 26, 2012 - 10:16 AM

Also can I ask if you, Katrina, or any other parents out there, if you have some good hints & tips on toilet training a boy? Any helpful comments would be most welcome. I’m not sure how soon to introduce the standing up part as he’s just 2 but very tall for his age so the potty isn’t going to be big enough for long but I don’t know if he’s old enough to understand about learning to aim etc yet (or see it under his pucoo belly LOL) HELP PLEASE!

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Leimay Cherry June 26, 2012 - 10:32 AM

Oh The Construction Eating Untensil Set (Fairy) is just devine… i know a few little girls who would just love one of those… Have added them to the look at list for presents.

And what a great time for toilet training, my last baby is just starting. we have been sitting him on the toilet to get used to it the last little bit and he has asked once or twice in the last week to go, yet to do anything but hey its a start!

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Crystal Jones June 26, 2012 - 10:47 AM

I simply adored the fairy feeding plate! Anything pink my little one LOVES!

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Fiona Walmsley June 26, 2012 - 10:52 AM

Great competition! My little girl is three and a half – she is heading in the right direction but hasn’t been terribly interested in the whole process so anything would be a help to finally get everything sorted!

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Sally June 26, 2012 - 12:45 PM

We are so close yet it feels so far on the toilet training with my litlte Miss nearly 3 🙂  Love the Super Soft Chic Clean Shopper Pink Petunia which would be perfect for my little one when we go shopping.

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Kylie June 26, 2012 - 12:49 PM

I love Embellish’d Hair Clip from Mummy’s little helpers – you can never have enough clips especially with 2 girls in our house! Would love to win this perfect timing for my second one nearing this stage and can do with all the help!

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Rebecca Jinnette June 26, 2012 - 2:04 PM

For me it is the brolly sheets. My son no matter what we do always manages to have a leak at night, makes it much easier to change him whip the brolly sheet off and put a new one on.

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Kim maxwell June 26, 2012 - 2:20 PM

I love the sippy grip, anything that can be tied down when you go shopping so it wont get lost is a great idea!

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Brooke Elmer June 26, 2012 - 2:35 PM

The breast screen is a fabulous product, a great idea for those times when you would like to head out for dinner or to a function and be able to make a safe choice between using the milk you’ve expressed as a back up or being able to offer the breast guilt free… wish I’d known about it with bub number one 🙂

(http://www.mummyslittlehelpers.com.au/milkscreen.html)

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Beth June 26, 2012 - 3:42 PM

We have just welcomed son #3 to our family – so this potty training kit would be fantastic!!  The wee target would be great for my 2 older boys as well – hopefully we would have a few less misses! 

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Nicole Romano June 26, 2012 - 9:52 PM

The aromababy skin care products are gorgeous and a favourite of mine.

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Kristy Keeler June 27, 2012 - 9:39 AM

The clean shopper is one of my essential baby items 🙂

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katie pyle June 27, 2012 - 9:46 AM

Ooo those frilly tushies looks great for going under little girls dresses!

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Kiara June 27, 2012 - 9:47 AM

Kala’s Magic No Spill Cup Think I need a tonne of these as my possum currently tips puddles from her normal bottles all over the house!!!

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Mel Fenech June 27, 2012 - 10:09 AM

The kiddysac sheet set- my little dancer would love the ballet sheets!

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chellebubs June 27, 2012 - 10:19 AM

My Fridge-to-go! What a fantastic product to have, it would make going out for the day so much easier 🙂

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Mel Nolan June 27, 2012 - 10:30 AM

I love ‘Kala’s Magic No Spill Spouts’. My toddler likes to steal my pop top water bottle but would always end up leaving the top up and spilling water everywhere!! The No Spill Spouts from Mummy’s Little Helper can be attached to most bottles too!

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Melissa Hendrix June 27, 2012 - 10:55 AM

I would love the nausea psi bands to help with morning sickness and they are cute!!

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Alyce June 27, 2012 - 10:58 AM

Oh my goodness, my son would go nuts over the Constructive Eating Utensil Set! Maybe that would get him actually using his fork or spoon instead of his hands, lol!

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Jenny Learmond June 27, 2012 - 11:09 AM

Great competition …my granddaughter is nearly 2 qnd ready for toilet training….this wonderful prize would definitely make training her a lot easier.

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Michelle Cicurel June 27, 2012 - 11:11 AM

HOw exciting!  & just in time as we have just started Toilet training 🙂 

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Kbaker78 June 27, 2012 - 11:13 AM

i absolutely love the kalas no spill cups – they are the only ones that seem to stay spill proof no matter how frequently used

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Angel June 27, 2012 - 12:46 PM

I like the wee targets. What is better then a target to focus my son’s attention. AND my son loves trucks. What could be better!!!

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Natalie Blanch June 27, 2012 - 2:17 PM

I love the  Hurphy Durphy – what a brilliant idea to ensure that the seat belt buckle securing the carseat isn’t accidentally released!

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Gemma Westacott Blair June 27, 2012 - 2:21 PM

Love the TravelJohn Junior – would make life so much easier! And Wee Friend Potty Stickers are also a great idea – might have to look into investing in both!

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Gemma Westacott Blair June 27, 2012 - 2:26 PM

Love love love the Sippi Grip – I don’t even want to think about how many times I’ve had to retrieve a dropped or thrown sippy cup when out! Mummys Little Helpers is helping me find so many great, helpful products – thanks!

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Nerys15 June 29, 2012 - 2:04 PM

The baby wedge, i’ve already got one but this one from mummy’s little helpers is so much better, might look at investing in a new one anyway.  Would give me peace of mind when my little one is laying down and would hopefully help with his major wind issues.

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Amelia Bell June 30, 2012 - 7:24 PM

My son is 22 months and is showing signs of being toilet trained so thanks for the post, will definitely look into those products!

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Jo Keller June 30, 2012 - 10:33 PM

Love the clean shopper, nothing worse than your little on trying to eat the trolly handle yucko!

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Tarahleigh Watson June 30, 2012 - 11:35 PM

i love the Pink Frilly Tushies… but I have 3 boys, no girls as of yet to try them out on but good for spoiling the niece 🙂

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Yvette Bowyer July 1, 2012 - 11:41 AM

I have just started training my daughter – she’s stops and starts and gets scared doing a poop in the toilet.. 

I love the brown bear hug rug!! Actually all the rugs there at Mummy Little Helpers

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