Toilet Training with The Toggler
You can utilise your child’s natural inclination to play act ‘grown up’ when teaching them how to potty train.
Your child has probably wandered into the bathroom and expressed curiosity about what you’re doing. This is actually an important first step in your child’s journey to independent toileting – after a little more time, they’ll be naturally inclined to copy what you’re doing!
There are a lot of blogs and ‘how to’ guides available on toilet training your little one and one of the first things they recommend is to adapt your bathroom to make it accessible to your child. This is important because, as much as your child wants to copy your behaviour, the environment in which they do it has not been built for them: the toilet is too high to climb onto, the toilet seat is so big they might fall in and they can’t reach the sink to wash their hands (a habit you want them to form as soon as possible).
Thankfully, over the past few decades a lot products have come onto the market that solves many of these problems. They can use steps to get onto the toilet, mini toilet seats to stop them toppling in, and step stools to reach the sink. However, what hasn’t been adequately solved – until now that is – is how to enable your child to toilet at night time!
We, at Little Products, have heard many stories from parents of having to accompany their toilet trained children to the bathroom simply to turn the light on! After all the hard work they’ve put into enabling their child to toilet independently, their efforts have been foiled by an out of reach light switch! Thankfully, The Toggler now presents a simple and tidy solution to this, almost silly, problem.
The Toggler simply attaches onto your existing light switch and lowers the effective height of your bathroom light switch! Importantly, the Toggler doesn’t require your child to fumble around for a step stool in the dark and it doesn’t take up valuable floor space. It also provides a handy little glow in the dark sticker to help guide your child to the light switch.