The Little Looster Review

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Some kids take to potty learning with ease…. and to those parents – I don’t like you, hehe, just kidding!!  We are struggling with potty learning in the Harper Household, but I know Dilly will get there eventually.  She is just very stubborn.  And by now I am sure you are wondering why I am talking about potty learning at all – right?  Well we can’t just talk fluffy cuteness all the time, those cute little fluffy butted babes eventually grow up and when they do there are some great products out there to help with potty learning.  One of those products is The Little Looster.

The Little Looster is simply a “booster for the loo.”  For all the years when those little legs don’t reach the floor.  The Little Looster, a booster for the loo is about to change the way we potty train.  The perfect potty stool. It was invented by Monica Mylet who is a mom of three!  There are so many great things about The Little Looster.

The Little Looster promotes comfort, confidence, and cleanliness.  I love the wrap around design.  No matter where your little ones feet come down they will rest on The Little Looster.  Plus adults – whether sitting or standing – will not have a problem because The Little Looster is tucked in close to the toilet which means it can be left there and not have to be moved constantly.  Littles ones won’t have the scary feeling of falling in… or actually falling in which happened to Dilly before The Little Looster arrived at our home.  I **may** have laughed just a little.  Since their little legs will be supported there will be no tingly pins and needles feeling that results from dangling unsupported legs. Also since The Little Looster supports their legs there is no need to hold on to the side of the toilet or inner rim where all sorts of germs can be found.  I also like that The Little Looster is a one piece design so it is very easy to clean and there is nothing to come loose and best of all no assembly required!  Plus it is made in the U.S.A – yay!!  And it supports up to 200 pounds – this is definitely a high quality product that you will not have to worry about cracking.

There is one thing that you should take into consideration before purchasing The Little Looster.  Since we have such a tiny bathroom the door closes right near the toilet.  Because of this The Little Looster blocks the bathroom door from closing.  Maybe there is a way to make the bathroom door open out instead of in?  This is yet another down side to such a small bathroom…. but I still highly recommend The Little Looster – it just isn’t quite functional in our tiny bathroom.

And so as long as your bathroom door will clear The Little Looster I definitely recommend it as a tool to use while potty learning!  And even if your bathroom door is in the way, but you don’t mind moving The Little Looster when you want privacy I say go for it!  You can purchase one on the Looster Booster website for $34.99 and Happenings of the Harper Household readers can use promotional code “DHLL5” to score $5 off! This is valid through 7/16/11 so get those orders in soon.

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14 Responses to The Little Looster Review

  1. Melissa Mae says:

    We just started potty training and our potty plays a song when Little Man goes…the first time he got so scared he jumped up mid pee.

  2. Tiffany says:

    We’ve started the idea of training our little monkey… so we’ve been encouraging him to sit on his “big boy potty” each night before bedtime. It’s been somewhat successful–I have decided to not really push the issue b/c of Baby #2 arriving in 3 short weeks and instead focused on getting him into his “big boy bed.”–I will say that he’s excited about it, and runs to the potty to sit. Hopefully this will carry over when we REALLY try for potty training… another tip I’ve heard, and plan to try, is to put him on the potty once we wake in the morning; after meals; and before bath/bedtime routines. Hope Dilly gets trained soon! 🙂

  3. Julie G says:

    We gave an m&m every time he went to the bathroom. We also spent a lot of time just sitting on the potty and reading books until the pee came 🙂

  4. debbie m says:

    this worked for my now 6 year old. everytime he peed i let him pick 1 m & m out of the jar, 2 for poop. his hand shaked every time he got to get one. potty trained a boy by 2 1/2 and fully at night by almost 3 years. i know…it is candy and some may not like it. use it if you are desperate!

  5. Joy Newlan says:

    potty training child number 2 and then potty training the extra girl i watch… when we had a SUCCESS everyone got to have an m&m. that way it ends up the older ones are the ones asking if they need to go potty 😉 and it made the trainee happy to hand out said m&ms

  6. Heather Geiser says:

    We used a sticker chart. Just a plain piece of copy paper with a line drawn down the center. Let them go to Pat Catand and pick out a couple books of stickers. then they got 1 for pee. 2 for poop. and they got to put them on the paper. hung it on the wall right next to the potty.
    The othet thing i did was i did not use pull ups. (only when we went out). I used really panties or the thicker cloth trainning pants. they stillsell them at babies. R us.

  7. Heather I says:

    We use gummy bears as treats when he goes. 1 for pee and 2 for poop. It is very helpful

  8. Sabrina Radke says:

    We aren’t potty ;earning yet but I just won one of these so we plan to use it!

  9. Jessica K says:

    Apparently lots of people do the candy trick! With my first we used Reeses Pieces or mini-M&Ms. Worked like a charm. He loved going to the bathroom so much that he’d try to go even when he didn’t have to which was one downside but hey, he got potty trained!

    My second was a lot harder. She showed a lot of interest at about 2 years old and started off very well then just completely hated the potty chair. She’d cry if she got near it and wanted nothing to do with it. No m&ms tricks no stickers no nothing. So I didn’t force her or bug her for a while and eventually right at about 2 1/2 she went to the store and saw hello kitty panties when I was getting some for her brother (He got Spongebob not HK lol). That was it. She wanted them and wanted to wear them that instant. I explained to her that she can’t pee on them or she’d have to put different ones on and from that moment on she used that potty chair religiously. I think after that moment we had MAYBE 2 accidents. That’s it. She just decided when she wanted to do it and it worked so I’m fine by it.

  10. Wendi says:

    Put her on the potty when you know they need to go, when she wakes up in the morning and after naps.

  11. Amanda Alvarado says:

    YOu have to be consistant! Don’t be religious about taking her every hour and then one day decide to wait 2 hrs or just not take her at all! We had probs w/ dd at first because my SIL (who watched her while we worked) wasn’t consistant – she’d take her when she felt like it. When I had off from work for the holidays, that’s all I concentrated on and dd was potty trained in less than a week!

  12. Linda Hawes says:

    I’m going to look into EC. But one thing I’ll try is putting my LO on the toilet at various times when I think he may have to go.

  13. Samantha Rudzinski says:

    I plan on trying a potty chart with stickers that she can pick out. Then setting some realistic goals for the week, or so many stickers, she gets to pick a small “prize” or activity to do for the weekend.

  14. Laurie P says:

    reading some of these posts were very helpful. I plan on tackling potty training earlier for my little girl, than when I did for my boy. He was so stubborn about it, we resorted to cheerios in the toilet for target…

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