potty chair


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potty chair

n.
A small chair with an opening in the seat and a receptacle beneath, used for toilet-training young children.
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Noun1.potty chair - toilet consisting of a small seat used by young childrenpotty chair - toilet consisting of a small seat used by young children
commode, crapper, potty, pot, throne, toilet, stool, can - a plumbing fixture for defecation and urination
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WEE rascal Layton Kennington looks bemused as he ponders how he managed to get stuck in an upside-down potty chair.
Shuffle all the way to the bathroom instead of using the potty chair.
There are all kinds of chairs that get a new lease on life with the committee's work: rockers, benches, side chairs, lawn chairs, high chairs, children's chairs and even a potty chair.
Splashy, funny illustrations of little Duck and his mommy will hold young gazes while spending waiting time on the dreaded potty chair.
There is also an unusual child's Wainscot potty chair, circa 1700, made of oak and elm.
If the child does have a bowel movement on the potty chair, she can then go out to play.
The new items in the line are the Peter Potty Baby Bug, the Peter Potty Potty Chair, the Peter Potty Deluxe Potty Seat and the Peter Potty Padded Potty Seat.
On the lighter side, I recently purchased a child's potty chair so that my wife and I could help potty train our grandson when he stayed with us.
But that's also the time when toilet training can begin, as the child is now able to toddle over to a potty chair and take care of her needs herself.
Initiation of toilet training was defined as when the parents first took out the potty chair and discussed toilet training with their children.
Common methods include introducing a potty chair, allowing a child to explore the chair without pressure, reading children's books about using the toilet, talking about how others use the toilet and allowing the child to observe parents and siblings if she is interested, talking about how the body feels before using the toilet, introducing what is involved in toilet use (taking clothes off, sitting on the toilet, flushing, washing hands, etc.