East Hampton, NY (PRWEB) January 17, 2006
There are many milestones to be celebrated in a child’s ongoing development. One of the most pivotal and life-altering feats for a child is learning to use the potty and leaving the diapers behind forever.
Parents have at their disposal a variety of tools and aids to make toilet training more effortless for them and more entertaining for the tots. Three informational DVDs for young potty users present the process through fun, entertaining visuals and simple story lines.
They are: “No More Diapers,” Potty Power” and “I Can Go Potty!”
The animated “No More Diapers," from ConsumerVision, introduces viewers to Glenn, an adorable little bear who loves his diapers, but gets inspired by a friend’s potty training success and decides that he wants big boy underpants of his own.
The DVD is packaged with colorful potty-training reward stickers for use with the potty training chart available for free download at the website. Also available from the website is the “No More Diapers” potty-training diploma, which can be personalized for the diaper graduate. “No More Diapers,” 30 minutes, ($12.98).
“Potty Power,” produced by Thinkeroo, teaches children potty training in an engaging musical format. The DVD breaks down the process of potty training into a series of actions through upbeat songs and fun visuals teaching toddlers what to do. For parents, the “Helpful Hints on Potty Training” offers answers to important frequently asked questions. “Potty Power,” 30 minutes, ($14.95)
“I Can Go Potty!,” from Big Kids, introduces viewers to six-year-old Jillian who tells the humorous tale of how her little brother Andrew learned to use the potty. Produced with assistance from Dr. Barbra Ziogas, assistant professor of pediatrics at the University of Connecticut Health Center and Connecticut Children’s Medical Center, “I Can Go Potty!” is chock-full of amusing insights from the child’s point-of-view and a includes step-by-step potty training tutorial. “I Can Go Potty!,” 30 minutes, ($14.95).
There are many studies about what is the appropriate age to begin potty training. According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, “Children younger than 12 months have no control over bladder or bowel movements and little control for 6 months or so after that. Between 18 and 24 months, children often start to show signs of being ready, but some children may not be ready until 30 months or older.”
All are available by calling toll free 1-800-756-8792.
Andrea Blain Public Relations