“ Used this as a on the road potty when visiting family and vacations. Like the price and overallquality. Also liked the side handles,it helps with smallones who are not too coordinated ” --amadorev
“ This is a great potty - bought this for DD to use at home. We had the smaller all in 1 potties at the sitter's and in the car. This one worked well for home. Great non-skid base - helped DD to feel secure when sitting down herself. Nice high back...my DD likes to lounge and read books (Everyone Poops) while on the potty - so this gave good support. The rise in the front helps when DD lounging...” --kbvr
“ Got this initally as a gift, it was very cute and attracts little ones. Good price and quality materials, but not always easy to get into and out of. Maybe because she was a little chubby. ” --amadorev
“ We bought this potty for doing EC with our son when he was an infant and have used it ever since. It's quite cheap ($5), but it works! It worked really well when my son was little and we were still holding him for potties - nice large area to catch pees. However, once he was sitting on it himself (9 months or so) the opening just seemed too large. Even now, at 18 months, it seems...” --LunaLady
“ Ah! Finally success in the "Please kid, take YOURSELF to the potty!" realm. I got this out of hopeful desperation. My body was getting tired of squatting our 27 lb toddler over the toilet. And so that I would no longer be the only one taking him to the potty =P All I have to do is set him on it, turn around so he doesn't feel eyes watching him, he does his business, gets off of it,...” --EchoSoul
“ I bought this potty to keep in our van to use on the go. I love it's small size and how easy it is for my tiny toddler to sit on. The one piece design is nice as well and you don't have to take it apart to clean it if not all the potty makes it into the bowl. It is a little bit of a pain to dump out though, especially for poop. ” --CrunchyChristianMama
There's a fun clicking sound when you push down the handle. There's even a toilet paper holder. With songs to learn and encouraging phrases like "You did it!" and "Way to go!" and sounds to discover, the Cheer for Me! Potty really does make potty training fun! Because it looks familiar to a real toilet, it encourages kids to make the transition to the grown up ...
“ We did EC with a bowl for the first several weeks. Then at 3.5 months we moved her onto the real toilet on this potty seat. I'm so glad we did. So nice to just sit them down, let them do their thing, wipe, then flush. I didn't mind cleaning out that little bowl for the first few months. But after that? I was glad to get rid of that step. ” --coramae
“ This potty is great. My daughter can use it herself, and we can easily move it to other rooms as necessary. It's simple to clean, and when you close the lid it can be a step stool up to the big potty. We've taken it camping with us, or to visit grandparents. I have no complaints. :) ” --lollie2357
EcaWare Baby manufactures ecaPants, a uniquely designed cloth training pant for babies and caregivers practicing early potty learning or elimination communication (EC). The patent pending design has a drop flap front panel that flips down and back up again for easy potty access, while a belt stays secure around your baby's waist so you don’t have to take the trainer off for potty...