Potty-Training-In-Public

Q: At home, my newly potty-trained daughter uses a potty seat on the toilet. What do we do when we’re out at public places like parks and museums?
A: Negotiating potty training on the go can be a challenge.  But a wide range of helpful options for parents are out there. The internet makes it easy to find portable and even folding potty seats that you can carry in a diaper bag for your little one.  Look for one that is BPA free and convenient for your needs.  Another great potty training tool are non-toxic disinfectant wipes, such as those by Clean Well or those made with essential oils, that you can use to wipe down a public toilet seat without the harsh chemicals and toxins.

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Nancy Massotto is the Founder and Director of the Holistic Moms Network, a national 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Nancy has a passion for living holistic and works to help parents connect, learn and support one another on their journeys through parenting and holistic living. Find more information about Nancy on her website or follow her on Facebook and Twitter.