Subscribe Now!

peter potty urinalEvery once in a while, you see a product that is so unique you just have to share it with everyone (as always, this is not an ad). Tonight my brother and sister-in-law sent me a link to this Peter Potty baby training urinal. It is billed as “the world’s only flushable toddler urinal”, and can be “wall or floor mount” to “provide your little guy with a real ‘stand up’ experience”.

Since my brother is now asleep, I have no idea if they were sending it as a joke, or because it advertises to “achieve success 6 months faster”. Either way, it’s pretty funny (at least to someone like me who has a baby), even if the potty does deliver on its promised success.

For my son, I have a hunch that this wouldn’t work so well. He loves baths/showers/water, so a wall-mounted plastic flushable urinal would probably be his favorite toy ever. I can just imagine him squatting down in it, reaching up, and pushing the flush button repeatedly while laughing hysterically. Or even worse, trying to wash his hair in it!

If you have little kids, would you buy one of these (or do you have one already)?

4 Responses to “What’s the next big baby fad? The Peter Potty!”

  1. on 07 Dec 2006 at 12:47 pm Peety

    It looks interesting but I agree with you,believe it to be not so practical?

  2. on 07 Dec 2006 at 8:22 pm Miss Cellania

    No, it looks like a toy. Kids get a real kick out of using the real thing, IF they can reach it. A safe stepstool will do. Besides, I have girls.

  3. on 07 Jan 2007 at 6:06 pm LadyBanana

    I dont think this is a good idea… Little kids dont always know whats gonna come out. My friend once held the potty in front of her little boy so he could wee standing up and out popped a poo onto the carpet!LOL

  4. on 23 Feb 2007 at 6:51 am Wabbit

    Perhaps they could supply a waterproof marker so I could mark his progress up the wall behind it.
    Not so sure that would work tho, at 18 months my little boy is more interested in grabbing his nuts than showing the necessary dexterity.

Trackback URI | Comments RSS

Leave a Reply