Little Looster: Designed To Help With Potty Training
I’m starting to be more consistent in potty training my toddler so any help I can get is great. I received the Little Looster to try out this week. According to the press release it’s “a revolutionary, uniquely-designed potty training accessory that provides the perfect support for little legs and fits discreetly around the base of your Loo. All grown-ups can use the toilet while standing or sitting without needing to move it out of the way.”
Okay, this is why I disagree. I placed the Little Looster around the toilet and found that I couldn’t use the potty myself. I just found it in the way. It’s also very big. If you have a small bathroom, you will have a problem storing it.
Here’s another part of the press release:
“The invention also reduces the “ick” factor that goes along with little hands needing to hold themselves up by touching the germ-covered toilet seat.”
My daughter did like stepping on it to sit on the potty but she still touched the toilet seat. This didn’t prevent her from touching the bowl, toilet lid, etc at all.
We already have a small potty chair with a lid that also serves a step stool and she uses that to wash her hands in the sink and sometimes help herself on the potty. Having Little Looster is more of a drag to use in the bathroom because it’s very big. Again, I use that word. If you didn’t have a small potty chair to use, this could be helpful as a step stool. I write that because my toddler ended up sitting on it in the bathroom, thus defeating the purpose of potty training. That’s my experience anyway.
The Little Looster retails for $34.99 which is a lot for what it is. It can be purchased online at www.littlelooster.com.