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Potty Power for Boys & Girls
     

Potty Power for Boys & Girls

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Bid those diapers farewell and get ready for toilet training made fun as your toddler takes one of their first big steps to adulthood with this program that teaches you everything you need to know about training your little one to use the potty! Join Jessica and her friend T.P. as the bathroom buddies and a gaggle of toddlers show viewers just what it takes to

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Bid those diapers farewell and get ready for toilet training made fun as your toddler takes one of their first big steps to adulthood with this program that teaches you everything you need to know about training your little one to use the potty! Join Jessica and her friend T.P. as the bathroom buddies and a gaggle of toddlers show viewers just what it takes to successfully potty train your child. In addition to offering positive reinforcement and songs that will encourage and inspire your toddler to take the big leap up to the porcelain seat, this release also offers the tale of the "Princess and the Potty" designed to encourage and motivate young viewers to develop a healthy bathroom routine.

Product Details

Release Date:
06/08/2004
UPC:
0092388040396
Original Release:
2004
Rating:
NR
Source:
Consumervision
Time:
0:30:00

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Potty Power for Boys & Girls 2.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
My 22-month-old daughter LOVES this video. She has definitely shown more interest in her little potty chair (including sitting on it in her clothes), toilet paper (unfortunately she learned how to unroll it), and washing her hands. She doesn't seem quite ready for actually using the potty, but she seems comfortable with all the equipment. FYI: this is a gender-neutral DVD but seems more appropriate for girls. It glosses over #1 altogether and includes a little story "The Princess and the Potty" that definitely seems girl-oriented.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago