Could I get a recommendation for a toilet training seat and stool please? My daughter (3.5) is quite scared of the toilet so I am looking for something which is quite sturdy. She sits on the potty however I am looking for an option to sit her directly on the toilet.
I would really recommend this one from John Lewis. It's sturdy and you can lock the little seat into the lid when they've out grown it. We still have ours! A step from ikea is quite cheap and reasonably sturdy.
We used an old wooden wine box (ask in off licence, if they don't have one they should be able to point you towards someone who does) for the step, wider and firmer than anything on sale and stands on end when not needed.
For the seat, change your loosest for one with a smaller one in the lid and avoid all wobble.
Nb standing and peeing on a Cheerio gives you something to aim for and can be flushed.
We bought one similar to Sallybear but by a different company http://www.plumbworld.co.uk/architeckt-white-childs-combi-3613-17686. Very, very sturdy - made of wood. In fact it's better than the plastic ones we've had for adults before as it doesn't move about. Then we got a plastic box type step for DS - he now wears it as a helmet (I have cleaned it well )
For the foot stool OT came and measured the height required and tailor made the stool. Heavy solid wood with rubber top.
We now use an Ikea one. We already had 12 and they are excellent for all sorts of activity I.e. Play, Balance, stepping stones and of course toilet , bathroom and kitchen stool. They are well made and have a nice texture on top. They also can be stacked and best of all they are cheap