Let’s Go Potty w/ help from the Looster Booster {giveaway!}

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When I decided to move Sophia from the little potty in the middle of the living room floor to the regular toilet with a potty seat, we had a few problems.  Obviously it was harder for her to take a break from playing to go all the way down the hall to potty.  She had been simply going to potty in the middle of playing and could still keep her toys in sight.  This was a big thing to overcome, but we did it.

The next big challenge was the fact that the toilet is high.  She had to use a stool to climb up, but because she’s so little, she needed a special stool.  She climbs up, then has to turn around and then sit down.  Try doing that with a tiny stool like you find in the “potty training needs” aisle at Walmart.  They’re all so small and extremely un-steady.  We weren’t able to find any stools that fit all the criteria that we needed for a Potty Stool… sturdy, large enough for her to be able to turn around on, and tall enough… until we received the Looster Booster from Little Looster!

I love, love, love this Potty Training tool and if there’s only one thing that you need to buy to help your child potty train, this is it!

Monica, the Mom behind this genius product, has made such a wonderful stool and let me tell you why.  It’s tall, super sturdy, and wide!  Right now, since Sophia is still having to climb up on the potty, we keep the stool scooted out from the base a bit more than it’s meant to be.  But, when your child is a little more steady about using a regular potty, the Looster Booster is designed to scoot back against the base which – get this – is designed so that adults don’t have to move the stool to use the bathroom!

The Looster Booster is also designed to give little ones the confidence in using a regular size potty because their feet no longer dangle but can sit on the stool comfortably!

Final Thoughts:  This stool increased Sophia’s confidence of using a big potty.  She doesn’t have any fear of falling and can completely get up and down on it with no help from me, which is a huge help since I have an infant in the house too!  The Looster Booster is made in the US and will be sticking around our household for a long time!

Buy It:  You can purchase the Looster Booster from Little Looster on their website, or at a variety of retailers – including Babies R Us, Bed Bath & Beyond, & Walmart, for $34.99.

Win It:  One super lucky So Easy Being Green reader is going to win their very own Looster Booster!!!



Comments

  1. My son needs one very badly! It would make him feel so much more comfortable and secure while on the potty.

  2. with a 17mo and another little boy due any day, I can use all the help I can get! Especially when it comes to potty training!

  3. Sarah Starr says:

    The Looster Booster would be a big help to my little guy. He is just about ready for potty training, but our home is so little, we have no room for a portable potty. So I plan on training him right on the big potty, am I’m having a heck of a time finding a stool big enough for him to use without falling, and small enough that it won’t take up our entire (tiny!) bathroom. The Looster Booster seems to be the perfect product!!

  4. nicole martinez says:

    i like that it was invented by a mom and i think that it will help my daughter become more independent with potty time

  5. This would be great in helping kids learn to do it themselves, rather than picking them up!

  6. Jeanette Jeno says:

    It would make potty traing eaiser for my little guy.
    He would not have to move the stool to help him
    get on the toilet. Making it faster for him to go pee.

  7. This will help my daughter reach the potty. She’s a shorty. :)

  8. Christina says:

    I learned it was made in the USA, easy to clean, and the perfect addition to my bathroom for my lo to potty train!

  9. Danielle K says:

    I think it would help my son balance better on the big potty making it easier for him to go potty. And I won’t have to help him all the time.

  10. Denise Taylor says:

    I love that it was not only created by a mom, but every aspect of the manufacturing to shipping happens in the US!

  11. Amanda N. says:

    I think it will help because it’s taller and wider. My little guy has trouble getting his bottom up onto the big potty when he’s using the shorter stools and once he’s up there, his feet tend to dangle off to the side too much to make little stool very useful.

  12. Sharon L. says:

    I think it will help because lo can get on and off the toilet more independently
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  13. Beth Warren
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    I think this would greatly help Roland b/c of the wraparound feature. I firmly believe that placing one’s feet on a stool makes the elimination process easier.

  14. I think this would be great for my toddler because he tends to want to sit a while before he goes. We use a wooden seat on the toilet so he is comfortable and safe, but he likes to lean forward to steady himself, which means he could in fact fall off. The Looster Booster would mean stability for him no matter where his little feet were placed.
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  15. I think this would help my little girl with potty training b/c she could get on and off the potty by herself making her more confident!

  16. Amanda Alvarado says:

    My dd at 4 still has a hard time getting on the big potty esp with her “seat” on top. This would be so nice to have so I wouldn’t be called every single time she has to pee! And she goes A LOT!

  17. Melissa H. says:

    I learned that it’s made in the USA!

  18. My 2yo is LITTLE… so this stool will definitely help with her short legs. In the end I think she would stay on the potty longer if she was more comfortable. The longer she stays, the more likely she is to actually USE it!
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  19. Carrie Phelps says:

    I’m in the process of potty training three children & would love to use the toilet instead of the potty. Two of the three are tiny little girls that can’t get on the toilet.

  20. Amber Musselman says:

    I was just thinking, “Why don’t they have a stool that wraps around the toilet for potty training?!?” and here it is LOL!

  21. I think the stool will help because my son is showing an interest in going on the “big” potty, not just his little chair anymore (he’s 3.5) but he’s still pretty small and this would be so nice for the entire family so he could get up there and his dad and I wouldn’t have to worry about moving his stool in and out of the way.

  22. rebecca w says:

    We just started potty training and my girl has trouble getting on the potty…my husband and I are both short!

  23. Chany
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    I think this will help my little guy with his potty training, because he is on the shorter side, and wants to sit on the “Cars” toilet seat much more than he wants to sit on the regular old potty, but he can’t get up there on his own.

  24. Nikole H. says:

    My daughter is so tiny, always struggles to hold herself up on the toilet. This could really help her feel ‘comfortable and stable’! ngiraldi at gmail dot com

  25. Nicolette Capuano says:

    I’m sure the stool will help my little girl feel safe and confident while on the big girl toilet. Thank You!

  26. Kelly S. says:

    I’ve been struggling with this. I really like the design of this! We have a step stool right now but I still need to help my daughter, especially with getting off the potty. And being 8 months pregnant, it can be very tiring!

  27. Bekah Kuczenski
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    I learned that adults don’t need to move the stool to use the toilet, very nice!

  28. debnmike m says:

    this would be perfect for when my 20 month old starts, but i know my 6 year old would love it, too.

  29. Heather
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    Children will feel more confident with the large step stool surface.

  30. Susan L. says:

    She loves to go sit on the toilet and drags us in there to set her up there…I think this would make her more comfortable getting up there.

  31. We have comfort height toilets so we definitely need a stool. I love that this one wraps around so she should feel secure.

  32. Sonya Morris says:

    I think the Looster Booster would help my little one be more comfortable with getting on and off the potty.

  33. Felicia R says:

    I think it would help with our LO using the potty because our pots are high for her to use on her own but I’m sure she would love to use what mommy and daddy do and the stool would help!

  34. This stool would be awesome to use with my son so I don’t have to pick him up and put him on the toilet every. single. time. :) Also, since he’s a boy, it would be great for him to be able to use this to stand and pee!
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  35. It will probably help my independent daughter because she can “Do it herself” instead of having to have Mommy help her.
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  36. Jenny Wisdom says:

    I think it would help my LO feel more confident being able to get on/off the toilet by themself

  37. Jessica Lopez says:

    I think this would help us so much with our 2 little ones. Both our 2 and 3 year old are ready to potty train and they want to be just like their daddy and big brother and stand at the big potty, but they are using a floor potty seat as their stool. Would love to have an actual stool for them to stand on.

  38. I think this stool would help my daughter potty train because she could get on the toilet by herself with this.
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  39. Nicole T says:

    We are going to start potty training in the next few months so this would be great so my son can actually use the real potty and it’ll be less of a transition for him!

  40. I think my guy needs this because he refuses to stand and go. He wants to sit, and I have an industrial sized toilet in our rental. Why, I am unsure, but it is huge and I worry about him falling in trying to climb on. This would help him get right up!
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  41. I t’s a great idea–a must for smaller bathrooms.l

  42. Elizabeth Groves says:

    I saw this a few months back on amazon and knew that I would have to order one when we got ready to potty train! So excited for your giveaway! I think the wider platform will help my lo feel confident on the potty!

  43. Stacey Copenhaver says:

    trying to get up on the toilet is a bit scary for the little one, This would for sure make it easier and more comfortable for him.

  44. Linda Hawes says:

    I think it would be helpful in assisting my son to get on the toilet.
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  45. This would help my kids by encouraging them to use the big toilet and not their baby potties!

  46. I like that its simple and easy to clean. There are not a lot of pieces.

  47. I learned it was mom invented and is made in the USA.

  48. Tiffany K. says:

    I like the one-piece design, much easier for cleanup than multiple cracks and crevices.

  49. Brooke Nessen says:

    This stool will help my little guy, we are in the process of potty training and having this is just what we need to boost his confidence!!!

  50. I really like the Looster Booster design and how well it goes around the toilet! I feel like this would be a great product to have when potty training because it would give my little girl confidence that she won’t fall in, that she can reach on her own, and be a big girl! This would be a great product to try out and use while potty training!

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