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Can’t believe we are diving into the world of potty training again next week!! It’s time. But I’m still not looking forward to it! I’ll be sharing a lot about our process potty training Flora (who is 25 months old) but wanted to start by sharing all of the gear we are using to potty train. We are doing the Oh, Crap method again this time and I swear by it! Everything is linked in my Amazon Potty Training shop here!

If you’re interested here are potty training posts I wrote when going through the process with Piper 2 years ago!

What’s In My Diaper Bag: Potty Training Edition // One Week In, An Oh Crap Potty Training Update // Everything You Need To Know To Start Potty Training Your Toddler

Potty : We use this the first few days and then for when we are around the house and not near the bathroom. My goal is to get Flora on the real toilet as soon as possible and will start doing it around day 3 probably! This one linked is similar to the one we have!

Toilet Seat: This is the toilet seat that we use on the regular toilet to make it child size.

Step Stool: Most toddlers will need a step stool to reach the toilet and this is the perfect height!

Toilet Seat Hook: And I learned the hard way, but you need a hook to hang it on when not in use!

Travel Toilet Seat: This is great for keeping in your diaper bag! Check out this post with my other diaper bag potty training gear!

Kandoo Wipes: These are GREAT for potty training, especially with poop :) I get a pack of the refills on Amazon to last the duration.

Plastic Table Cloths: I line our rugs with these the first few days so we have less messy accidents to clean up!

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  1. Heidi says:

    This is wonderful, especially the hook! Thank you. You are the best!

  2. Kadie says:

    I’m loving that you share all of this! My little girl will be 3 y/o in March, and as smart as she is, she will not use the potty. She does at school, because she sees her friends do it, but does not slow down long enough at home/gets stage fright(?). I’m going to jump into this seriously on MLK weekend while we’re out of school and at home. Mama is tired of buying pull-ups and changing diapers.