Little Looster Review & Giveaway

Potty training whether in the beginning or while in the process can be quite an ordeal.  I don’t know if you have a toddler like my 3 year old, but he has to have everything exactly the same every time.  As well as when Hunter has been contaminated making it on time to the toilet (along with setting up the seat & step stool) can be record timing.   Imagine if there was a convenient step stool that would eliminate tripping over the step stool, having your child be uncomfortable with dangling legs, or having them hold on to the toilet lid for support…

Introducing Little Looster

Little Looster is the booster for your loo that is a step stool with your children’s needs in mind.  It is sturdy and is made to fit around the base of your toilet.  There is no need to move it out of the way for grown-ups due to it’s design.  Since your little one will be able to reach the “floor” aka little looster, your child will not have to hold on to the toilet lid to keep there bearing.

Watch the Little Looster commercial to see what I mean…

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Hunter is a tough critic.  He is set in his pottying ways, but the Little Looster was approved.  He is a very independent 3-year-old, but he has “urgencies” due to celiac disease.  Hunter has liked not having to move everything around for potty time.  He can just run in, go potty, and get back to what he was doing.  While I love the concept & design, I wish our toilet was a little taller to allow Little Looster to fit better.  However, with that being said, that is not a deal breaker and we will definitely continue to use it.  I am so excited for our youngest son to have this since he will be potty training soon.  I think the design with give him more confidence with the added comfort and stability.

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  1. says

    My two-year-old is ready to potty train, but wants to stand like his brother. Sadly, his ‘little guy’ cannot reach to peek over the side of the bowl. This would be SO helpful in letting him be a ‘big boy’ like his brother.

  2. says

    My toddler is potty training and it is so difficult. We have a toy story step stool which is cute but I am constantly tripping on it when I am rushing him into our little washroom. This would be so handy! Thanks for the opportunity to win one! I have my fingers crossed!

  3. says

    I would love to win because I am currently trying to potty train my lil’ guy and dealing with a regular stool. Thank you for the chance!

  4. says

    I would love to win because we have just begun teaching my daughter potty training and this could help her reach the big potty.

  5. says

    I want to win this because my grandson is just learning to use the potty & this would help so much!
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  6. says

    I only recently started introducing my son to the toilet and while he’s giving me every indication that he’s physically ready and knows when it’s time to go, he’s apprehensive of the toilet and I’m willing to try anything that will make him feel more comfortable and confident!

  7. says

    I love this! I have 2 boys already potty trained (who would still love to reach the “floor” while sitting) , one who is just starting to potty train and am due with my 4th any day now. I also love that you don’t have to move it so grown-ups can go.