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Little Looster Review

Hi all,

Just a quick run out At the Fence this morning. Another neat product to share. Little Looster. This is a great idea! I would have loved to have had it around for my children! I don't know how many times I have had children hanging on for dear life while trying to learn how to use the potty. The Little Looster fits right around the base of your toilet and allows your youngster to step up, turn around, sit down and rest their feet easily while learning to use the Loo.

I had a friend who has a 2 year old and a newborn volunteer to try this for me. Little H has also found another use for the Little Looster, she uses it to sit on and wait for mommy to finish showering. Little H is just beginning potty training and obviously for the pictures we kept her fully clothed. Just see how easy it is for her to use though. And she didn't have to grab hold of the toilet at all. This is going to be a very handy convenience for Little H and Little J's mommy to have around in the coming years. Little J will be at the right height to learn to use the toilet properly. Yeah! I remember the years of either teaching a little boy to sit at first or helping hold him over the toilet, with a little tiny step stool. Thanks Little Looster!

Here is some information from Little Looster:

"Little Looster LLC is a Portland, OR based business. The Looster itself was conceived and designed by Monica Mylet, a mother of 3. She came up with the design and need after parenting 3 kids through the potty training process.Just about every aspect of the Looster's life cycle from birth-of-concept to design and manufacturing was completed by Oregon based companies"

As you can tell by the pictures, Little H enjoys using this new step up. See how nicely her feet rest on the stool. I think potty training has just become a little easier. You can purchase the Little Looster right on their website for $39.99 plus shipping. This is a product I would definitely invest in for potty training! Make sure you visit their site and check them out. Maybe you don't need one, but you know a friend who does.

If you have used Little Looster or have some comment you would like to share feel free to leave a comment for our other neighbors.

Disclosure:I received no Monetary Compensation for this review. I did receive a Little Looster for review purposes. All thoughts and opinions are from the Little Looster Website. All thoughts and opinions are mine.


Mami said…
I have the little Looster and love it...give credit to it for helping my daughter finish potty training.

Crystal said…
I love how it hugs the "potty". My daughter needs this
I can't wait to get one of these for my little one. It looks very helpful.
Unknown said…
What a wonderful idea. My kids are all potty trained, but my niece could use this!
Katie said…
I wish these were around when my kids were young!
Anonymous said…
The Little Looster is GREAT! We have one and it makes reaching the "big girl potty" a breeze!
I love this, I wish I had one for my boys!

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