Learning to use an early baby potty depends largely on the parents’ desire and proper communication with their child. After about a year, children can control their bladder and it is good to have an idea of what the pot is and what it is for, and why not established hygiene habits. It is good for the parent to monitor the child’s daily habits.
One of the benefits of early potty training is the ability to reduce or eliminate the use of diapers – this means saving money on diapers and diaper accessories, generating fewer non-degradable disposable diapers and using less energy for washing and drying cloth diapers. Another plus is that diaper rashes and related infections are avoided.
Of course, the child gets used gradually when he is ready and can be stable, has dry periods and can stand quietly on the potty.
Kikka Boo offers a wide range of various toilet pots, as well as seats for teaching the child.