Have a Potty Training Princess?

Do you have a potty training princess that needs a throne to pee pee in? This My Carry Potty w/ 3000 Swarovski crystals might just do the trick! It just screams Suri Cruise, doesn’t it?!?

Oh, a $2,000+ potty is a bit pricey for a #1 and #2 catching device? Not to worry, you can purchase a regular, no-Swarovski crystals My Carry Potty for much cheaper. This is a no-leak potty to take on-the-go!

For more information on the My Carry Potty, visit their website HERE.

SHOP My Carry Potty HERE (the regular kind – not the crystal potty!)

About Hollie Schultz

Baby Gizmo founder Hollie Schultz is the proud mom of three adorable kids. This certified CPS (Child Passenger Safety) Tech and baby gear expert is the host of the Baby Gizmo video reviews giving moms the inside look at baby products before they purchase them. Hollie is also the co-author of The Baby Gizmo Buying Guide. A former resident of Los Angeles, she and her family now live in Chicago. She loves the city but hates the cold!

Comments

  1. Jennifer Leroux says:

    I saw this at Magic Beans in Wellesley, MA I thought “omg I have to have it.” The suction is really great, I dont think it would leak. Only problem I found was that I really had to struggle to get it open. And what would happen if I did finally get it open? # 1 and #2 would go flying everywhere. I never did get it opened and so I put it back on the shelf.:-D

  2. Jennifer, this can happen if on air flights the lid has been closed all the way. Due to the air pressure,and the effective suction/seal is, lid should not be locked down all the way. The open/close function is good and safe, can you ask the store to demonstrate? It’s best down on a surface and to make sure to push the open button all the way down, is not a problem in daily potty training life, but a great help.

  3. IF THE LATCH CAN BE IMPROVED IT SOUNDS LIKE IT WILL BE A GREAT ITEM. IF THE LATCH CONTINUES TO BE DIFFICULT THERE COULD BE SOME NASTY PROBLEMS. 8]

  4. Cassandra says:

    I wouldn’t want to carry this around with #1 or #2 inside. I have potty trained my two daughters, and finding a rest room hasn’t been that hard while we are out in public. What are you supposed to do–Stop on the side of the road with this thing? Only time I think it could be useful is camping.

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