Down, Up or Additional Attachment?
Well, you gotta admit, this adds a whole new level to the toilet seat debate.But isn’t that fair? After all, part of being a family is acceptance, and part of acceptance is screaming fights as the gears of the old life grind against the gears of the new. And why shouldn’t your little sweety learn early on the real trauma of the potty? After all, the power games don’t really start until after you’re finished.
So get this Ginsey Soft Potty Seat in your choice of designs and add a wild card to the up/down fight. There’s a built-in deflector (in case you’ve got a little man or a very wiggly little lady) and strong handles in case your child gets scared of being so high off the ground. Teach them to remove the seat on even days and leave it there on odd days and you’ll never know what you’ll find when you walk into the bathroom! Now both genders can enjoy the feeling of toilet surprise, or the thrill of deliberately being obnoxious!
And don’t worry about your child’s future therapy. College is full of psych majors trying to make a name for themselves with a groundbreaking paper.