Wee-n-See Makes Potty Training Picture Perfect

We tried the sticker charts and sugary bribes. My daughters eventually were fully potty trained, but I would not say I have a proven “method” for getting a toddler from diapers to undies in a timely manner. I struggled with getting my girls interested in the potty and keeping that enthusiasm going long enough for them to become completely accident free.

My son is turning 2 soon and showing quite a bit of excitement toward the toilet. I was hesitant to start the long process of potty training until Wee-n-See arrived. I recently was given samples of Wee-n-See so I could review the new product for Akron Ohio Moms. I had never seen anything like this toilet training system. My son quickly became fascinated with Wee-n-See, especially how it works.

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Introducing Wee-n-See Potty Training

A Wee-n-See potty training pack contains 10 blue, biodegradable and flushable, small squares to use while toilet training a little boy or girl.

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First, place the square – blue side up – in to the toilet bowl when you think your child is ready to “go.”

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Next, celebrate your child’s successful time on the potty by checking out the Wee-n-See square when he or she is finished. A small piece of artwork appears on the square upon contact with urine. A child does not have to “hit” the target for the picture to appear. Our first experiment with Wee-n-See revealed a friendly fishy!


Once your child gets a glimpse of what he or she accomplished, it is time to flush the Wee-n-See and prepare for his or her next time on the toilet.


There are a number of different photos that could appear on the Wee-n-See to hold a child’s interest. Each pack comes complete with 10 different designs, including a ladybug, bumble bee, truck, train and turtle.

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Wee-n-See Potty Training a Fit for Preschool-aged Children

The Wee-n-See squares can be used in the toilet or in a training potty. My son is not quite ready for the potty, but when he is, I fully intend on using Wee-n-See. I believe the product provides the motivation needed for a child to continue with toilet training. I let my preschool-aged daughters try out Wee-n-See and they were even thrilled with the concept. Thankfully my girls did not struggle, but there are a number of youngsters who do have a hard time starting preschool because they are not fully potty trained. This product would be perfect for that strong-willed 3-year-old who does not want to stop wearing a diaper. I am confident my little guy will thoroughly delight in trying the Wee-n-See squares again and again.


Buy Wee-n-See to Potty Train Your Toddler

You can purchase a pack of 10 aid squares, in 10 different designs, for $7 to $7.95, plus shipping, at www.wee-n-see.com or www.amazon.com.

his was not a paid post. My own opinions were used based on my perceptions and experience. Thank you to Wee-n-See who provided products for review.


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Emily, a freelance journalist, is the proud mom of five children, ages 4 to 12. She and her husband have been married 14 years, moving to the Akron area for employment 11 years ago. Although both originally from Pennsylvania, the couple fell in love with Ohio and are proud to call the state “home.” Emily and her family – also including a King Charles Cavalier Spaniel pup and a Holland Lop bunny – now reside in the Hartville area. She and her family love going on adventures, game nights, reading together and exploring and playing in their big backyard. Emily likes lending a hand at her church and children’s school. She enjoys family time, Bible studies, bargain shopping, trying new recipes, exercising and beach vacations!
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