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Experts and not so expert (read other parents) advice that you shouldn't go out during potty training. Every parent dreads what might happen if they take their kid out during this stage. What would happen if I can find a toilet on time? What about if my kid has an accident? No parent wants their kids to go through this stress.


Studies have shown that 1 of 6 parents set aside a whole week at home for their kids to master the art of using the potty. Which is alright if you live in a big house, but what about families living in apartments. It could drive parents crazy to stay indoors in a small apartment.

 


Of course, you can take a potty every time that you go out. The problem is big round potties are so inconvenience to carry around that in the end, you stay at home. Or you could use nappies while out and about, but this may confuse your kid which could make the whole process longer.


Banana Travel Potty fits in any backpack. It can be set in seconds. You probably know this already but when a kid said that he or she needs to go, NEEDS TO GO. So you only have a few seconds to react.

 

Hints your kid Potty Training Ready

 

You can see signs that your child is ready from about two years on. Some kids are ready as early as 18 months, and some might be older than two years.

 

These are some of the clues you are looking for:

  • can walk and sit for short periods
  • is becoming generally more self-sufficient when it comes to accomplishing tasks, including saying 'no' more frequently
  • getting curious about others going to the toilet – this can make you uncomfortable, but it's an excellent way to teach him or her
  • has dry nappies for up to two hours – this shows he can store wee in his bladder 
  • tells you with words or gestures when he does a poo or wee in his nappy – if he can say to you before it happens, he's ready for toilet training
  • begins to hate wearing diapers, possibly trying to take it off when it's wet or soiled
  • has regular, soft, formed bowel movements
  • he or she can pull his or her pants up or down
  • can follow simple instructions like 'Give me a kiss'.
  • is learning things have their own place around the home.


Not all these signs need to be present when your child is ready. A general trend will let you know it's time to start.

 


Getting prepare for potty training

 

The first step is to choose whether you want to train using a potty or the toilet.

There are some benefits of adopting a potty. In essence, it's portable and non-threatening, and some children find it less stressful than a toilet. 

Secondly, you'll need the equipment. For instance, if your child is using the restroom, you'll need a step for your child. You'll also need a seat ring that fits around the toilet seat because kids can fall in the actual toilet.

Third, it's best to plan potty training for a time when you don't have any big changes coming up in your family life. Holidays or playing in the park can be tricky. A compact and foldable potty that fits in your backpack can be very handy. If your kid is under potty training, you'll know what I'm talking about.

  

Also, if you have a regular daily routine with your kids, potty training might go better. The new activity of using the potty can be slotted into your day.

 

Here are some suggestions for getting ready:

 

  • Think of words for using the potty– for instance, 'poo', 'wee' and 'I need to go'.
  • When changing nappies, put them in the potty – it helps kids understand what's the potty for.
  • Let your child sit on the potty so he or she can familiarise with the new gear.
  • Let your child watch mum or dad using the restroom, and chat about what you're doing.
  • Once or twice a day, you might want to start putting trainer pants on your child – this helps him understand the feeling of wetness.
  • Make sure your child is eating plenty of fibre and drinking lots of water, so he or she doesn't get constipated. It can make toilet training harder.


Once you start, toilet training might take days, weeks or months. The key is to not put pressure on your child, and let him or her learn at his own pace – he'll get the hang of it when he or she is ready. And if your child doesn't cooperate or seem interested in toilet training right now, just wait until he wants to try again.

 

 

 

Newly potty trained Toddler and you are planning a weekend trip? This Banana Travel Potty is a lifesaver if your baby gets too nervous in public toilets.

 

 

It can be folded up to fit in a backpack. A real lifesaver for any "potty emergency".

 


No more scraping and cleaning.  Just use the drawstrings to tie the bag up and throw it away! It's that easy.

 

 

  • SAFE FOR YOUR BABY - This potty training seat is made by polypropylene, non-toxic material. It's 100% safe for your baby. The travel potty seat is suitable for toddlers who age above 12 months and up to 27Kg (60 lbs).

 

  • PORTABLE AND FOLDABLE - This toddler toilet seat folds up pretty small Size of 8.7''/22cm L x 4.7"/12cm W x 4.3"/11cm H. Lightweight and small makes it convenient to carry for outgoing or travelling. Unfolded Size is 8.7''/22cm L x 7.9"/20cm W x 3.9"/10cm H. Small seat sized perfectly suitable for little bottoms and legs of kids.

 

  • APPLICABLE PLACE - This Portable Potty is great for travel or to take any place where you may not have access to a sanitary bathroom. Keep it in your car, boat, camper or RV for quick access when travelling, at the park or beach, or whenever the urgent need arises.

 

  • FREE DISPOSABLE POTTY LINERS - Comes with 20 leak-proof and easy-to-use disposable liners. Designed for standalone use with disposable bags anywhere. No more wiping out or cleaning a travel potty.

 

Frequent Asked Questions


Q: Why there is a price difference on the Checkout?

A: Because Puzzle Toys processes all orders in AUD (Australian Dollars). While the content of your cart is currently displayed in your currency, you will checkout using AUD at the most current exchange rate.

Shipping
 This item Ships to 
Delivery

Estimated between  and

Will usually ship within 1 business day.

   

Please allow 10 days for your order to arrive. We source products from all over the world to bring you epic offers and the lowest prices. This means sometimes you have to wait a little longer to get your order but it's always worth it!

Returns are easy, simply contact us for a returns number and send your item to our returns centre for fast processing. We'll get you a replacement or refund in a snap!

Experts and not so expert (read other parents) advice that you shouldn't go out during potty training. Every parent dreads what might happen if they take their kid out during this stage. What would happen if I can find a toilet on time? What about if my kid has an accident? No parent wants their kids to go through this stress.


Studies have shown that 1 of 6 parents set aside a whole week at home for their kids to master the art of using the potty. Which is alright if you live in a big house, but what about families living in apartments. It could drive parents crazy to stay indoors in a small apartment.

 


Of course, you can take a potty every time that you go out. The problem is big round potties are so inconvenience to carry around that in the end, you stay at home. Or you could use nappies while out and about, but this may confuse your kid which could make the whole process longer.


Banana Travel Potty fits in any backpack. It can be set in seconds. You probably know this already but when a kid said that he or she needs to go, NEEDS TO GO. So you only have a few seconds to react.

 

Hints your kid Potty Training Ready

 

You can see signs that your child is ready from about two years on. Some kids are ready as early as 18 months, and some might be older than two years.

 

These are some of the clues you are looking for:

  • can walk and sit for short periods
  • is becoming generally more self-sufficient when it comes to accomplishing tasks, including saying 'no' more frequently
  • getting curious about others going to the toilet – this can make you uncomfortable, but it's an excellent way to teach him or her
  • has dry nappies for up to two hours – this shows he can store wee in his bladder 
  • tells you with words or gestures when he does a poo or wee in his nappy – if he can say to you before it happens, he's ready for toilet training
  • begins to hate wearing diapers, possibly trying to take it off when it's wet or soiled
  • has regular, soft, formed bowel movements
  • he or she can pull his or her pants up or down
  • can follow simple instructions like 'Give me a kiss'.
  • is learning things have their own place around the home.


Not all these signs need to be present when your child is ready. A general trend will let you know it's time to start.

 


Getting prepare for potty training

 

The first step is to choose whether you want to train using a potty or the toilet.

There are some benefits of adopting a potty. In essence, it's portable and non-threatening, and some children find it less stressful than a toilet. 

Secondly, you'll need the equipment. For instance, if your child is using the restroom, you'll need a step for your child. You'll also need a seat ring that fits around the toilet seat because kids can fall in the actual toilet.

Third, it's best to plan potty training for a time when you don't have any big changes coming up in your family life. Holidays or playing in the park can be tricky. A compact and foldable potty that fits in your backpack can be very handy. If your kid is under potty training, you'll know what I'm talking about.

  

Also, if you have a regular daily routine with your kids, potty training might go better. The new activity of using the potty can be slotted into your day.

 

Here are some suggestions for getting ready:

 

  • Think of words for using the potty– for instance, 'poo', 'wee' and 'I need to go'.
  • When changing nappies, put them in the potty – it helps kids understand what's the potty for.
  • Let your child sit on the potty so he or she can familiarise with the new gear.
  • Let your child watch mum or dad using the restroom, and chat about what you're doing.
  • Once or twice a day, you might want to start putting trainer pants on your child – this helps him understand the feeling of wetness.
  • Make sure your child is eating plenty of fibre and drinking lots of water, so he or she doesn't get constipated. It can make toilet training harder.


Once you start, toilet training might take days, weeks or months. The key is to not put pressure on your child, and let him or her learn at his own pace – he'll get the hang of it when he or she is ready. And if your child doesn't cooperate or seem interested in toilet training right now, just wait until he wants to try again.

 

 

 

Newly potty trained Toddler and you are planning a weekend trip? This Banana Travel Potty is a lifesaver if your baby gets too nervous in public toilets.

 

 

It can be folded up to fit in a backpack. A real lifesaver for any "potty emergency".

 


No more scraping and cleaning.  Just use the drawstrings to tie the bag up and throw it away! It's that easy.

 

 

  • SAFE FOR YOUR BABY - This potty training seat is made by polypropylene, non-toxic material. It's 100% safe for your baby. The travel potty seat is suitable for toddlers who age above 12 months and up to 27Kg (60 lbs).

 

  • PORTABLE AND FOLDABLE - This toddler toilet seat folds up pretty small Size of 8.7''/22cm L x 4.7"/12cm W x 4.3"/11cm H. Lightweight and small makes it convenient to carry for outgoing or travelling. Unfolded Size is 8.7''/22cm L x 7.9"/20cm W x 3.9"/10cm H. Small seat sized perfectly suitable for little bottoms and legs of kids.

 

  • APPLICABLE PLACE - This Portable Potty is great for travel or to take any place where you may not have access to a sanitary bathroom. Keep it in your car, boat, camper or RV for quick access when travelling, at the park or beach, or whenever the urgent need arises.

 

  • FREE DISPOSABLE POTTY LINERS - Comes with 20 leak-proof and easy-to-use disposable liners. Designed for standalone use with disposable bags anywhere. No more wiping out or cleaning a travel potty.

 

Frequent Asked Questions


Q: Why there is a price difference on the Checkout?

A: Because Puzzle Toys processes all orders in AUD (Australian Dollars). While the content of your cart is currently displayed in your currency, you will checkout using AUD at the most current exchange rate.

Shipping
This item Ships to   
Delivery

Estimated between  and

Will usually ship within 1 business day.

   

Please allow 10 days for your order to arrive. We source products from all over the world to bring you epic offers and the lowest prices. This means sometimes you have to wait a little longer to get your order but it's always worth it!

Returns are easy, simply contact us for a returns number and send your item to our returns centre for fast processing. We'll get you a replacement or refund in a snap!

Banana Travel Potty

$49.99 $99.98