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Making Potty Training Fun with Let’s Potty

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Let's Potty Boardgame

Many parents will often say that potty training is one of the hardest things to do with their toddlers. Giving the kids treats, sticker charts, running around the backyard naked..you name it..most of us have tried it. Potty training can now be fun for your kids will an all-new board game called “Let’s Potty!” It’s a potty training board game that brings the party to the potty..how fun is that?

The game is geared towards potty training aged kids (2+) and is a 2-4 player game. When playing the game, you and your child, will follow the toilet tissue trail through the house to find the potty with your guide “rolly.” There is guaranteed to be a lot of singing, dancing and hopefully ending with your toddler having potty training success.

Let's Potty Boardgame 2

My son is almost ready to start potty training, so got him this fun board game as a gift. Within minutes he was giggling, laughing and started showing signs that he is ready to start potty training. Plus, even my older girls enjoyed playing it with us too, turning the experience into a family game night.

It comes with 1 game board, 2 girl characters, 2 boy characters and game cards. The board game is bright and visual to help keep your toddler engaged. Instead of potty training being a frustrating time for your toddler or yourself, using tools like this board game makes it fun!

When your toddler is ready for their “big boy pants” surprise them with this board game. The game is available on Amazon for $22.95, and you can learn more about it on their website lets-potty.com.

Dr. Courtney Harkins, Psy.D, is a local licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, and mother to three young children. She runs a private practice as well as works with children at various organizations in Orange County. She specializes in adoption and parent child attachment, and is currently a doctoral candidate for clinical psychology.
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