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Potty training can be a struggle for any mom, but there are special challenges when it comes to potty training a little boy. For obvious reasons, things can get pretty messy!
We found a product that might just be able to help keep your bathroom floors and walls pee-free. It's a clever toilet light designed to help your toddler improve his aim.
The gadget attaches to the toilet seat, and the green light turns on and off with a motion sensor, which can be seen during the day or night. It has a fully adjustable design to fit almost any toilet, according to the manufacturer. It also comes with batteries already installed.
According to TODAY Parents editor Rebecca Dube, products that help with aim might be worth a try.
"As a mom of two boys, ages 5 and 9, I think anything that helps with aim could be a good thing," she said. "The old-school method is to toss a few Cheerios in the potty for 'target practice,' and this product seems like a fun update on that idea."
Though she thinks it's worth a try, Dube can't help but be a bit skeptical due to her past experience.
"The mess boys make in the bathroom sometimes defies logic," she said. "I’ve found myself scrubbing pee off the walls at about my shoulder height. How does that even happen?? (Please don’t answer that, I don’t want to know.)"
We don't want to either.
Over 40 verified Amazon customers have given it a five-star rating so far, so it might be worth a shot if you're having potty training woes.
This article was originally published on Feb. 20, 2019.
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