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Portable potty

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Kitkatmonster · 03/02/2019 18:08

DD 2.4 has chosen today to stop wearing nappies. No accidents at all, but in less than 2 weeks we go to Eurodisney and I’m concerned about queuing and needing an urgent wee. So I started looking at portable potties/potettes etc. but I’m a bit clueless about what’s best to get and drag around the park with us. Anyone recommend one?

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Rainatnight · 03/02/2019 18:12

We have a Potette Plus and I love it. DD calls it her 'out and about potty' Grin

It folds up for storage, and also right out to act as a little toilet seat so they can sit comfortably on the loo. We're in the throes of potty training and we've used it in a dance studio (loo seat), clothes shop (loo seat) and a park (potty) this weekend. Absolutely invaluable.

It comes with plastic bag inserts, which you have to buy more of, but you can just as easily use a plastic shopping bag with a wad of kitchen roll in it. (You prob need to look at it online for that to make sense!)

BeautifulPossibilities · 03/02/2019 18:13

As above! Lifesaver.

HappyAndYouKnowItGlugTheWine · 03/02/2019 20:05

We've got the my carry potty. It's like a tiny hard suitcase which unfolds as a potty. Can use with a potty liner or without as it folds and creates a vacuum to hold any solids and liquids and lock them away till you can dispose of it! Ours is the ladybird one and Ds loves it

studentvera · 03/02/2019 20:07

Carry potty

Kitkatmonster · 04/02/2019 17:00

Thanks I’ve managed to pick up a second hand potette with liners locally for £5, so hopefully that will see us through Eurodisney!

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Rainatnight · 04/02/2019 17:03

Good luck!

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