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Mommy's Helper Contoured Cushie Step Up, 1 Count
- Easy assembly no tools required
- Folds for easy storage
- Extra wide non slip floor pads
- Non slip handles
- Fits standard and most elongated toilet seats
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Fits snugly next to your toilet for easy storage.
- Lift at the handles to transform the seat into a slim piece for easy storage.
Cushie Step Up
Padded Potty Seat with Step Stool
Potty training is no easy job for. ..anyone! Give your child the comfort and confidence they need to start their potty training experience on the big kid toilet with our padded Cushie Step Up toilet trainer!
With confidence the, child can climb onto our ribbed step holding onto our non-slip handles. Our soft padded contoured seat will give them the last bit of confidence they need to take it from there. We even have a built-in deflector for the little boys!
For mom or dad the ease of use of this seat is a relief! Assembly is tool free with all parts snapping together. When the Step Up is not it use, just lift at the handles and the seat transforms into a slim piece for easy storage.
- Wipe with a damp cloth and mild soap to make cleaning a breeze!
- Fits standard and most elongated toilet seats
The thickly cushioned seat provides your child comfort and confidence for their very first time and every time after.
Non-Slip Floor Pads
Our extra wide non-slip floor pads give your child security on the potty they can feel.
The non-slip handles are a comfortable and natural place for your child to hold on to when stepping up to the toilet or during use.
No tools needed! All parts snap together in a sanp! Check out our video for step by step instructions.
Top Customer Reviews
However, after only a few months of my 32 lb toddler using it one time a night, one of the side pieces that connects the blue step to the sides snapped right off while he was on it. Luckily, he was able to catch himself and not fall.
I have emailed the company and am waiting for a response. I do agree with the others that this is a great idea that needs perfecting!
**update** I received a speedy email reply asking for my address and assuring me that this isn't a common problem. I recieved a brand new unit in the mail within days! They did ask for a photo of the broken area so they could "research" the issue. New one has been used off and on for about a month with no problems yet.
My twin daughters just turned 2 on Oct 27. We have potty chairs and although they used to enjoy sitting on them I can normally not get them to sit on them for more than 10 seconds at a time. And although they have previously sat on the big potty with me holding them so they dont fall in, both my daughters had become Terrified to sit on the big potty. I was trying to decide on this with built in step stool or the Baby Bjorn toilet seat and after much debating I decided to go with the step stool so my girls could feel more independant.
The first time using this both my girls were still showing their normal fear of the toilet so I had to pick them up and sit them(one at a time of course) up on the potty seat. They were still afraid until I showed them to hold onto the handles, the handles made a HUGE difference in calming their fear. And they were able to sit back on the cushy seat, and realize they were secure and not going to fall in the toilet even when they didn't hold on. I literally had to make them get off the potty so the other could get a turn. I helped them step down onto the step and get down while I was holding the step down. After that 1st time both my girls wanted to climb up the step themselves and I still had to help them get turned around and sitting on the potty and when they were done I had to help them get down. But that was only for the 1st couple of days and now both my girls can climb the step by themselves and get turned around and sitting on the seat and back down again all on their own. My smaller twin is TINY so I thought that might be a problem for her but she has no problems at all. She is below the 5th% for both height & weight, she is 32" tall & 22lbs. My other daughter is a little over 34" & a little over 25lbs.
*My girls LOVE it
*The seat is soft & comfy
*The entire thing is easy to clean
*The handles help them feel secure and in control
*The seat opening is small & helps them feel secure(even my tiny daughter won't slip through)
*The step helps them be independant & get on potty themselves
*It is lightweight & easy to travel with or take to a different room
*The seat folds flat so it is easy to store when not in use
*It is affordable
*You don't have to clean out a potty chair
*Easy to assemble-no tools required
*Step seems slip proof, my girls have gotten on this out of the bath, completely soaked and not slipped
*The seat might not work for boys as well(I don't have a boy to know) the seat pictured isn't the one you get
*The steps don't lock down so while they are sitting they can easily push on the handles and the steps fly up, if they get carried away the seat will wobble around. Also, if they push their weight on the handles when they are going to step down the handles will go down and the steps will come up so they could fall. But I think they may have done that so it can fit different toilet heights/sizes.
Overall I would totally recommend this seat. Although the steps don't lock down I am always right there to ensure my girls do not get hurt and within a few days of use my girls have learned how to safely get up and down w/out any step problems. I have to keep our bathroom door shut now because my daughters would strip their diapers off and go sit on the potty by themselves but now with the door shut they come get me and drag me to go potty. They both go pee on the potty on a regular basis without me even having to ask them! This potty seat has made it so that my girls are basically potty training themselves with help from me...and just a little help, lol.
If you think how many things your kid already has to have help with if they can actually have something like this and be able to do it mainly on their own, that is a HUGE accomplishment for a kid and they want to continue doing it. Also, make sure to have some picture books, coloring books, sticker books or other fun things in there so that sitting on the potty is fun :) Don't put too much pressure on them either, my girls have done the best when I don't do much of anything and they can do it all themselves...ah, Mommys little girls are growing up..too fast(said as I wipe a tear)
I was having no luck with potty training before this product and with the independance and security this seat has given them, they are now Potty Queens!!
If you have any questions let me know and I will try to help you out : )
TIP for those complaining about the handles falling off: I lost one of the clips that fasten the handles to the seat and I ended up using a regular bobby pin to secure it and it works great. The bobby pin is almost the perfect fit and it's long and sturdy enough that I feel that they are safe.
I let my son climb up when I had it secure. I can't say it was wobbly, but I wouldn't say it was rock solid either. I like the fact that it has handles as my son was holding onto the toilet before. It seems pretty comfortable to him. We had no trouble with pee coming out the front, but we didn't have in issue with him like with my first son, who needed the deflector. The seat does its job, I just wasn't impressed.
Pros: Step up
Cons: No deflector (an issue for some boys)
Seat covering doesn't seem like it will last long
The last issue we had, not with the product but with our own lack of forethought was this: When my son pulls his pants down to go to the bathroom, he cannot climb the step. He needs to take them off. (The step does not feel wide enough or sturdy enough for him to step up. turn around, then pull down.) So, instead of making it easier by giving him more independence, I either still have to pick him up to the seat or help him redress himself when he is done.
I feel that this is a decent product, giving the child a hand-hold and foot rest so that they feel comfortable when going to the bathroom. As a tool for independence, that would depend entirely on the child. For us, it seems a step stool and a simple seat would be better as the step stool can then be used for hand-washing.