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Monday, April 11, 2011

A Family Must Have: Disposable Inflatable Potty Seat



This past weekend our car broke down - in the middle of nowhere! We were in a canyon area with no lights or cell reception. We had to walk quite a distance to call for AAA to come and get us. During this adventure I learned that I am doing some major things wrong.

a) I need to keep a flashlight in the car
b) I need to keep emergency snacks in the car
c) I need a portable potty seat

There were no bathrooms - well at least that we could see. One of my children who I agreed to remain un-named in this story had not choice but to have "potty accidents" until we were towed out. I promised from now on I would always keep an emergency potty in the car. So I went out and got this inflatable potty seat for our car.

I found the on-the-go inflatable potty seat with cute character faces.


This is not only inflatable - but so cute! It fits nicely in the back of my car just in case we ever get stranded again!




I found that I am going to get a second one for home to help make potty training a little more comfortable for Tyler!

Don't get stuck like I did and make sure and have a portable potty seat in your car for your kids!

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