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Bjorn to Potty

Bjorn Potty ChairBabyBjörn is known for their quality, stylish products. Most parents know them for their baby carriers, but they also make a full range of baby gear, including the BabyBjörn Potty.

June is Potty Training Awareness Month (yes, they have a month for everything) and with my daughter approaching the two year mark, toilet training has become a topic near and dear to my heart.

Potties need to be comfortable, convenient, and appealing to your little potty-er. Bonus points if they also aren’t an aesthetic nightmare.

The BabyBjörn Potty scores high on each account. First, the base has a high back and armchair style wings to make your toddler feel safe and secure, which is a prerequisite for feeling relaxed enough to use the potty. Because the Bjorn is just two simple pieces, potty-goers will quickly learn to empty the potty on their own, which is an exciting step towards independence.

The BabyBjörn potty is decorated with a simple, child-friendly teddy bear, but is still simple and stylish enough that I don’t want to hide it.

And, although I sincerely hope your child is not chewing on the potty, you should know that BabyBjörn does not use chemical additives such as cadmium, lead, phthalates, bromine or chlorine. Plus, all of their plastics are recyclable.

BabyBjörn’s children’s bathroom products also include a step stool for reaching the sink, a toilet trainer seat, and a Little Traveling Potty for when your kiddo has to go on the go.

The Little Potty is a great addition because many children get used to a particular potty and a change in bathroom accommodations can throw off their new found potty confidence. I appreciate that the Little Potty is shaped just like regular potty so that particular children will feel comfortable using their potty in unfamiliar restrooms.

Because when you gotta go, ya gotta go…

WANT IT: is available for $25 from BabyCenter and from BabiesRUs and Amazon with free shipping.

WIN IT: BabyBjörn is generously offering one of our readers a BabyBjörn Potty in his or her choice of color. Shipping to the US and Canada only, no PO Boxes for this contest. Enter by 11:59 PM July 3 with a comment letting us know (1) Your choice of color; (2) A Potty Training Tip or Question.

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268 Responses to "Bjorn to Potty"

  1. Marie Kinney says:

    I wanna win!

  2. Renee says:

    Spring Green color for my son’s potty because he wants to take it outside.

  3. Cindy says:

    The red one. My tip is to be patient. It is key!!

  4. Michelle H. says:

    My color choice is blue. My tip is using a sticker chart to reward the child for using the potty.

  5. Rozie H. says:

    Great giveaway! I would love to win a pink one for my little niece. My potty training tip: when my son was small, he loved brushing his teeth, so I told him every time he went “potty” he could brush his teeth. It worked like a charm, and potty training him was not difficult at all. :)

  6. Diana Corlett says:

    Ocean blue here.
    Potty training tip: Keep it low key but fun and never ever be impatient.

    dlcwin[at]gmail[dot]com

  7. Kristyn Martin says:

    I would like the Spring Green if I win. My question is: How and when do you start potty training a boy? Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

  8. Gus and Clay's Mama says:

    I’d love it in bright red or blue. My potty training tip is just to wait until the kid shows interest…

  9. Beth says:

    SPRING GREEN is my color of choice!

    Since my son will be the first I potty train I am submitting a question…

    How do you know when they are ready to use the potty? Do they just let you know or are you supposed to use your mommy senses?

    Thank you for the chance to win!!! :)

  10. Leigh says:

    I think Spring Green is wonderful, and my tip is to slooooow down. Take your time, and let your kids pick out some cute panties/big boy pants slathered in whatever their favorite cartoon character is. This was the incentive for both my children. (Actually, with my son, we were in Disneyland, and we told him he needed to tell us he had to go w/plenty of time to get to the bathroom, because breaks to change him would take time away from the rides. He stayed dry all day! lol)

  11. Emilie P says:

    I love the ocean blue! My son is 22 months and we haven’t actually started potty training yet so I don’t have much for tips. My mom said with us it really helped to have some simple but special toys that we could only play with when we were on the potty. It worked wonders she said so I plan to try it!

  12. connie m says:

    The spring green is so fresh and fun. I also like the ocean blue and the white. I always thought consistency was the key and waiting until the child shows interest and is ready!

  13. Heather B says:

    Pink! My daughter’s favorite color. My tip – let your child lead the process. Don’t force it. When they are ready, they will let you know.

  14. Donna Kozar says:

    I would like the bright red. My tip is to put the potty in the bathroom and let the toddler sit on it while the parent uses the “big potty”.

  15. Patricia says:

    Ocean blue, please!

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