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Potty Patrol’s Potty Training Alarm Diapers are designed to notify you and your child when wetting occurs, so that you can place your child on the toilet immediately. Being places on the toilet while the event is still fresh in your child’s mind helps them make the connection between cause and effect more quickly and effectively.
Wondering how to potty train your child with less hassle? Potty Patrol reduces the need for random sits on the potty during toilet training. Many children interpret this as punishment, because they do not understand why they are confined to the potty for extended periods. Worse yet, if they do not need to go to the bathroom at that time, they may feel they have failed, because they are unable to meet their parents expectations. Potty Patrol encourages success, because it ensures that children go to the bathroom for one purpose – to use it!
When I heard about Potty Patrol, I was very interested in trying it with my two and a half year old. He has been potty training for months and nothing that I have tried seems to work. He will sit on the potty and then as soon as he gets up go in his pull up. With my oldest son, potty training was a breeze but this time around, I wonder when the potty training phase will end. Well, Potty Patrol may be my solution. These are diapers and not pull-ups but the concept is rather easy. You put on the special diapers and hook on the alarm and when your child starts to use the bathroom it plays Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star to get your attention. This way I am now aware when my son is using the bathroom and I can immediately take him to the toilet so he can get the connection that he should be using the bathroom in the toilet and not on him. Pull ups work okay but the problem is by the time you see that the decal has faded they have gone to the bathroom completely and putting them on the toilet at that point is useless because you do not know when your child actually used the bathroom so they feel as though they are being punished.
The only problem that I experienced with Potty Patrol was since it snaps into the diaper my son was in awe with it and kept taking it off. I had to keep a close eye on him because since this was something new he was fascinated with it and wanted to play with it. Other than that, there were no problems at all and I would definitely recommend this to parents who are going through the potty training phase with their little ones.
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Disclaimer: I received Potty Patrol from Potty Patrol in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are 100% my own.