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Potty Chair Bristol CT

Potty chairs help children with potty training, which is an essential step of child development. They come with features such as splashguards and non-skid bottoms. There are also portable potties available that are suitable for travel. See below to learn more and to find local retailers in Bristol, CT that give access to potty chairs and other childcare products.

Child Care Greene Hills School
(860) 589-7423
718 Pine St
Bristol, CT

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Peanut Gallery Daycare
(860) 793-4947
102 Arcadia Ave
Plainville, CT
6:30am to 5:00pm

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(888) 572-6026
197 Scotts Swamp Road
Farmington, CT

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New Beginnings
(203) 879-5310
29 Sandy Ln
Wolcott, CT

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Ledgewood Too Inc
(860) 283-2227
30 Park St
Thomaston, CT

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Cozy Bear Day Care
(860) 584-0699
Andrews St
Bristol, CT
Young Beginnings Children's
(860) 675-1591
264 Spielman Hwy
Burlington, CT

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Apple Dumpling Daycare
(860) 747-2047
5 David Dr
Southington, CT
Stork Club
(860) 276-1031
1348 West St
Southington, CT

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Tiny Tots
(860) 945-6254
53 Cobb St
Watertown, CT

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Potty Chair - 8 Tips on Buying a Potty Chair

Eight Tips on Buying a Potty Chair

By GreatDad Writers

The Potty Trainer
  • Sturdy- The chair must be able to be climbed on, be stood on, and be sat on without tipping over.

  • Collection Device- The best waste collector is large and easily removed to avoid spilling.

  • Arm Rests- These should generally be avoided since they allow the chair to tip.

  • Removable Seats- Potties with removable seats that adapt to a regular commode are nice for transitioning and comfort the child.

  • Musical Potties- Usually distract or confuse the child, but may make the potty fun.

  • Potty Monkey
  • Portable Potties- A nice feature but usually less stability and comfort.

  • Splash Guards- Guards for boys have caused many injuries and they are not necessary when a child leans forward.

  • Rewards- Always a good idea for young children who need positive reinforcement.

- Dr. D. Preston Smith

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