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training pants

organic training underwear

Great patterns on organic cotton cloth training pants for toddlers. Does it get any sweeter?


Your toddler can rocket into wearing underwear with space-themed cloth training pants. The undies are soft, absorbent, and fun! I love all the designs by this brand.

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Rather than jump straight into toddler underwear, it's helpful in the months after potty training (and for night training) to use thicker toddler training pants (like this Hanna Andersson training underwear.)

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mattress cover for night training (or removing nap diapers)

PeapodMats waterproof protector pad

A waterproof protector pad for your toddler's mattress that combines a soft cotton top with no flaps or straps to tuck in the middle of the night. Sounds like a recipe for night training success!


small potty

Always a good idea to start potty training with a small potty, so you can offer a choice if your toddler isn't okay with the toilet to start. A small potty with back support is especially helpful for the littlest littles, and for toddlers struggling to sit and release.


potty insert

a sturdy potty insert with handles for your toddler to steady themselves on the big toilet  — used until they're big enough to balance comfortably on a regular toilet (or here's a built-in potty insert for your toilet)


zippered travel pouch

wet bag

a waterproof PUL lining on this wet bag keeps the mess from leaking out when you're traveling and there's an oopsy accident.

And when your toddler is a potty training rockstar, these wet bags are perfect for storing swimwear and gear that gets wet.

wet/dry bag

stash extra dry clothes for outings (in case of an accident toss clothes in wet pouch)

travel potty

the best fold-down travel potty you can bring out to the playground and everywhere (in wet/dry bag) or keep in your car for potty emergencies

silicone liner for Potette travel potty

reusable silicone liner fits inside the Potette travel potty (peeing in a plastic bag is not fun!) + fits inside a large wet/dry bag for storage

wet/dry pouch

large handled zippered pouches that can hold your travel potty for outings

step stool 

It's harder for a toddler to poop when their feet are dangling (not a good pooping position), and a sturdy stepstool helps your child be more independent on the toilet.

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cloth prefolds

Learning is messy so expect accidents when you start potty training, which means messes. Look to the most absorbent cloths around...cloth diaper prefolds. 

poop game

Any ways you can normalize poop, and how everyone poops, is helpful for a toddler (to make it feel less scary). But to be honest, this game is just plain fun, potty training or not. Who knew what wombat poop looks like? (Hint: it's square!)

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emotion wheel

Toddlers can have big feelings. Here's a great way to connect with your child about emotions and ways to cope with big feelings, whether it's about this new process of using the potty or the new baby in the house. 

tie your shoe

This board book is the one we used to learn the important practical life skill to tie your shoe. The pictures walk you and your child through the steps, red lace and yellow lace to know what to do. 

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