Potty Training Solutions for Kids

Potty training solutions for kids can be found at the Ginsey Home Solutions website at ginsey.com.  Among the many helpful potty training solutions are those that call for finding unique potty training locations for your child.

One of the many helpful potty training solutions for kids at ginsey.com from Ginsey Home Solutions involves identifying unique potty training locations throughout the house.

Other potty training solutions for kids at ginsey.com include ensuring that these unique potty training locations remain the same in each room.  Two other helpful potty training solutions from Ginsey Home Solutions are: “More than one bathroom means more than one potty” and “Two floors in your house means one potty per floor.”

Solutions for Potty Training

thomas-potty-trainerSolutions for potty training from Ginsey Home Solutions come in many varieties.  Our effective potty training products provide new parents with many potty training solutions.

Our solutions for potty training range from such potty training products as soft seats and step stools to effective potty training techniques involving reward stickers.  Need potty training solutions? Ginsey Home Solutions has them!

If solutions for potty training are needed in your house, go to www.ginsey.com for many effective potty training products from Ginsey Home Solutions.  We are your number one source for potty training solutions.

Potty Training Solutions for Dogs

Potty training solutions for dogs come in many varieties, but some of the most effective potty training solutions can be found with Best in Show! Pee Pads.  Ginsey Home Solutions offers this and many more dog potty training solutions.

Such potty training solutions for dogs as Best in Show! Pee Pads from Ginsey Home Solutions provide your pet with confidence for more effective potty training than any other dog potty training solutions.

Effective potty training solutions for dogs from Ginsey Home Solutions give your pooch a personal space to “conduct business” with Best in Show! Pee Pads.  Visit www.ginsey.com for more dog potty training solutions.

Unique Potty Training Solutions

Elmo potty seatUnique potty training solutions are available from Ginsey Home Solutions at ginsey.com.  One of the more helpful potty training solutions involves finding unique potty training locations for your child.

One of these unique potty training solutions is to find unique potty training locations for your child’s potty seats throughout the house.  Many parents have found one of the more helpful potty training solutions to be having a potty seat on floors of your house that your child frequents most and near rooms they are in most often.

Unique potty training solutions also can include ensuring that the potty training locations remain the same within each room to promote a level of familiarity and comfort.  This will help your child get accustomed to these unique potty training locations.  Two other helpful potty training solutions are: “More than one bathroom = more than one potty” and “If you have two floors in your house = one potty per floor.”

Potty Training Solutions for Girls

potty-training-girlsWe all understand that boys and girls have different plumbing, different attitudes and different needs. There are a number of potty training solutions designed for girls and some that may work better than others. Here are some potty training solutions for girls that will assist your little princess “in training”.

Potty Chairs for Girls
A potty chair is a small potty that sits on the floor. Your daughter can use the potty just like she would use a big toilet. When she is finished doing her business the reservoir can be emptied  into the toilet. The reason potty chairs work better for girls is that they sit to do all of their business. Many parents of little boys have written to us and told us that their son tried to stand at the potty chair and made a big mess. Ginsey Industries make a number of   potty chairs in styles for little girls including: Princesses, Minnie Mouse, Dora The Explorer, Fairies and much more. Potty chairs stand out as a potty training solution for girls that is embraced by moms of nationwide.

Step Stools for Girls
You may find that the best potty training solution for girls isn’t related to the potty at all.  Little girls want to be just like their mom. That means that your daughter may want to sit on the “big girl” potty immediately. A step stool is a great way to help girls to sit on the toilet. Ginsey makes a variety of step stools in colors and themes that are perfectly suited for little girls. Once your daughter is potty trained the stool can be used for brushing teeth and getting into the  bathtub.

Potty Seats for Girls
Ginsey makes a number of potty seats for girls that will assist them in using “big girl” potty.  We have a variety of styles and colors suited to girls. Styles range from air cushioned, padded or rigid models. We even have a number of folding potty seats that are great for travel. Donn’t your little girl fall in. Get her a potty seat from Ginsey.com

Solutions to Potty Training Problems

Here are some solutions to your common potty training problems. We have heard just about every problem there is when it comes to potty training and we have the answers to quite a few of them. Here are three of the most common issues.

Potty Training Problem #1
My son keeps peeing on the floor when seated on the toilet to make #2.

Solutions to Potty Training Problem #1
We heard this problem so many times that we actually invented a solution. It is called the splash guard. Many of our potty seats now come equipped with a built in splash guard for little squirts. This shield prevents little tinklers from spraying pee over the seat when they are seated to make #2.

Potty Training Problem #2
My child refuses to use her potty chair no matter what we do. all of her siblings have used the same one with no problems.

Solutions to Potty Training Problem #2
She may never use the potty chair. We have seen this happen many times. Some children  want so much to be like their parents or older siblings that they refuse any “baby seats”. Buy her a cute step stool and try allowing her to sit on the regular toilet. This may give her the confidence she needs to go.

Potty Training Problem #3
My child seems interested in his potty seat but every time we put him on it he never goes.

Solutions to Potty Training Problem #3
Buy a potty hook and hang the seat there when not in use. Show your child how to put the seat over the toilet himself and explain that he can do this all by him self. Ask your child is he or she needs to go to the bathroom but rather than taking them yourself, simply say. “Go ahead, go get your potty seat”. This will really help your child to OWN his or her potty time.

 

Potty Training Solutions for Boys

I have two boys so I feel well qualified to offer potty training solutions for boys. We all know that boys and girls have different plumbing and thus have different needs for potty training. Here are some solutions that I have used quite successfully

Potty Seats vs Potty Chairs
Potty chairs just didn’t cut it for my boys. Boys like to “stand-n-spray” when they pee and a floor potty was just a recipe for disaster. My boys did not want to sit to pee either. Rather than have a floor potty chair for #2 and then take them to the big boy potty for #1 we decided it is just easier (and less disgusting) to use the big boy potty for everything. We did get a lot of use from an Elmo potty seat that fit over the regular toilet.

Step Stools
If you have a boy then you MUST buy a step stool. My boys loved using the stool to go pee-pee in the toilet. It made them feel like big boys and prevented a lot of messes. My oldest son still uses the step stool to brush his teeth.

Potty Training Accessories
I used a couple of potty training accessories with mixed results. We have a potty hook that is intended to hang the potty seat on the toilet tank. Just like everything else in my house, the kids never hung the potty seat back on the hook where it belongs. I eventually started using the potty hook to hang the potty seat on the back of the door where visitors didn’t have to see it. We had great successes with tinkle targets. They are flush-able designs that your boys can pee on. My kids love to aim their pee and this potty training solution helped them keep it in the toilet.

Potty Training Solutions

Welcome to The Potty Training Solutions blog. This site is a resource dedicated to potty training parents and their children. The site will feature a wealth of articles related to potty training, potty training techniques, potty training products and other potty training solutions. This site is managed by some great folks at Ginsey Industries who create potty training products, have tested potty training products and who are always looking for feedback on their products.

This site will become a resource for parents to trade insights on potty training and help our research and development team to create new and exciting products that fit your parenting style.

Potty Training Products

There are thousands of potty training products on the market today. At Ginsey we manufacture most of the potty training products you find at major retailers. Here are some ideas to help you find the correct potty training products for your child.

Potty Training Product #1: Potty Seats
Potty seats are essentially an additional seat that fits over your toilet allowing your child to sit comfortably without falling in. Potty seats come in a variety of styles and prices to fit any budget.

Potty Training Product #2: Potty Chairs
A potty chair is a small miniature potty that is a substitute for having your child sit on the toilet. Potty chairs are lower to the ground and can be a great starting place for early potty training.

Potty Training Product #3: Potty Steps
Every parent should have a step stool in their home. a step stool allows your child to actually reach the toilet. Stools can be used for many other reasons, years after your child is potty trained.

Visit www.Ginsey.com for these and other potty training solutions.

 

 

Potty Training Failures

Every parent has had some potty training failures along with the potty training successes. It usually doesn’t mean anything in terms of your child’s ability to be potty trained. Let me give you a few examples of potty training failures from my own experiences and those of my friends and colleagues.

Potty Training Regression
This is arguably the most biggest frustration during potty training. Many children regress to going in their pants after they seem to be potty trained. My pediatrician told me that our son was likely doing this because of recent addition of his new baby brother. This is a way for a child to try to gain more of your attention. Show your child extra attention and tie it to potty training. You could offer to do something special with him/her IF they can go all day without going in their pants.

Sudden Increase in Accidents
You child may seem to be doing fine with potty training and then seems to have an increase in accidents. This WILL happen. You child may be potty trained but now lacks the sense of urgency conveyed when you were actively trying to get them to this point. Just keep asking your child if they need to go potty every hour or so. This will put it back in the forefront of his/her mind.

Going Potty (but not in the potty)
If you have little boys this is all to common. They believe that the world is their own personal toilet. My son decided to make it his job to tinkle everywhere but the toilet at one point. He urinated in his room, in the tub and outside (to my horror) with all of the neighbors watching. This is really just a phase. Your child understands that going in their pants is no longer acceptable but has yet to understand that pee-pee and poo-poo belong ONLY in the toilet. Consider this a potty training success rather than a potty training failure.

 

 

Potty Training Tools

Ginsey Industries is the leading producer of potty training tools on the planet. No one manufactures a larger selection of kids potty seats and potty trainers than we do. We have licensing agreements with a number of popular children’s television programs including: Disney, Marvel Heros, Mickey Mouse, Nickelodeon, Pixar, Seseame Street, and Thomas & Friends. Odds are your child will actually WANT to use our products when potty training

We have written a number of articles about our potty training tools and how to best use them when potty training your little “squirt”. Click on the links below for these articles

5 Potty Training Tips

Here are 10 great potty training tips from Ginsey Industries:

(1) It is Never Too Early
It really is never too early to introduce your little one to the potty. Even if they are not using the potty, it is good to make them aware of it and why their older brothers and sisters use it.

(2) Reinforcement is Key
Make sure that your little one can use the potty at home, at school, and on the road. It is easy to just opt for a diaper when traveling but Ginsey’s travel potty seats make on the go potty training easy and help reinforce what you are doing at home.

(3) Rewards are Good but not Necessary
Offering a reward tends to work with older children, but younger ones are usually just as excited as you that they are using the potty like a big girl or a big boy. We have a number of parents tell us that buying their child a Ginsey potty seat with their favorite cartoon characters on it was all the reward their child needed to succeed at potty training.

(4) It Doesn’t Always Work
Sometimes it doesn’t matter what you try. Some kids will only become potty trained on their own timetable. In these cases it is often best to simply back off and let your child make the decision to become potty trained on their own. Some children do not respond to pressure but are rather self starters who will accomplish tasks efficiently when those tasks are made their sole responsibility. My wife and I had this issue with our oldest son and we were surprised how quickly he potty trained himself once the choice was his own and not ours.

(5) Use Support Tools
Don’t try to be Supermom or Superdad. There are great potty training tools like tinkle targets, reward stickers, potty chairs, potty seats, travel potty seats and much more at your disposal. Theses tools are all available on the Ginsey.com Website and are all very cost effective. Just think of how much money you will be saving once you get your child out of diapers and on to the potty!

 

 

Minnie Potty Seat

Our Minnie Mouse potty seat is great for the little cutie in your house. This potty seat follows the same pattern and theme as other Minnie’s Bow-tique merchandise that is available at most major toy stores. If you already have a Minnie’s Bow-tique kitchen set, books, DVD set, dolls or any other merchandise, this Minnie potty seat will fit right in!

Ginsey Industries makes a number of Disney potty seats including: Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Fairies, Princesses and even Winnie the Pooh. Simply browse our site to see them all.

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