Best Potty Training Doll in 2021
Melissa & Doug Annie Drink & Wet Doll
Gi-Go 14" Drink and Wet Baby Doll with Training Potty, Toy
- Role play with this doll during the transitional potty training time.
- 14" doll with vinyl head and hands
- Includes potty, milk bottle, water cup, diaper and bib
Baby Alive Potty Dance Baby: Talking Baby Doll with Blonde Hair, Potty, Rewards Chart, Undies and More, Doll That â€œPeesâ€ on Her Potty, for Girls and Boys 3 Years Old And Up
- 50+ FUN PHRASES IN MOMMY AND DADDY MODES: Baby speaks to Mommy or Daddy in two unique modes at the flip of switch.
- TALKS IN ENGLISH OR SPANISH: Baby talks in English or Spanish and says cute phrases like “Time to go potty!” and “Yay, I did it!” She even sings a song!
- TIME TO GO & CELEBRATE: Give baby her bottle and she’ll “pee” on her potty. Mark baby’s progress with stickers and a rewards chart to celebrate when she does it!
- AFTER POTTY, IT’S WASH UP TIME: After baby drinks and wets, use included pretend soap dispenser to keep baby clean then pretend to wash her hands then give her lots of cuddles
- GREAT FOR KIDS AGE 3+: Little mommies and daddies can have fun giving their baby her bottle. She’s the perfect doll for girls and boys 3 years old and up.
Potty Training with Tot On The Pot (Light Girl) - Complete Kit Includes Parent's Guide, Children's Book, Tot Doll, Toy Toilet & Activity Reward Cards | Pediatrician-Recommended | Play-Based Learning
- VOTED 2018 POTTY TRAINING PRODUCT OF THE YEAR AND 2019 BEST POTTY TRAINING PRODUCT! #1 All-Inclusive Potty Training system for busy parents. We provide step-by-step instructions on how to potty train in 3 days, tips & tricks and an entire system to get your toddler excited about dumping the diaper.
- LEARNING THROUGH PLAY so that your child doesn't need to drop their toys anymore to sit on the potty. Now, their toys come with them and using the potty becomes a fun activity!
- PEDIATRICIAN-RECOMMENDED because Pediatricians have realized that Tot on the Pot makes potty training easier on both parents and kids. Potty training can be a challenge and pediatricians agree that Tot on the Pot simplifies the entire process.
- COGNITIVE BENEFITS are a part of every Activity Reward! Instead of giving your toddler candy or screen time to encourage use of the potty, we use fun activities that enhance your child's overall development AND give them a reason to keep coming back to the potty.
- SAFETY FIRST! Every component of our product has passed extensive safety testing and is ASTM & CPSIA compliant.
Drink and Wet Potty Training Baby Doll posable Dolls with Pacifier, Bottle, and Diapers - Helps Toilet Training for Kids
- DRINKING DOLL WITH POTTY – The perfect gift when your child is ready to start Toiled Training
- MOTIVATION - encourages kids to use the Bathroom instead of Wetting. Doll actually Drinks and Wets
- HANDS ON TOYS - Wetting Dolls are great for children to understand the concept of toilet training.
- Posable Arms and Legs - Vinyl Baby Doll can sit and includes a Pacifier, bottle and training Panties
- GREAT GIFT baby dolls for 2 year old girls - Doll with accessories also includes Doll Diaper Bag
Once Upon a Potty 8" Plush Doll Set with Mini-Potty â€“ BOY
- Encourages potty readiness and responsibility, while providing great play value
- Gently anatomically correct, with removable diaper and exclusive "Once Upon A Potty" label
- Efficient card and polybag pak, with plastic mini potty seat included
- Doll is surface washable and the set is also available in girl version
DREAM COLLECTION 16" Baby Doll Care Set with Potty
- Adorable 16" Baby doll.
- Potty time role play.
- Comes with accessories including: pacifier, bottle, diaper, cup, spoon and food tray.
Little Darlings It's My Potty Baby Doll
- 13" Baby doll with sound potty and accessories.
- Potty with sounds.
- Removable outfit.
- Machine washable outfit.
Sesame Street - Potty Time with Elmo - Potty Training Sound Book - PI Kids
My Sweet Love Baby Doll & Potty
- 14" Baby Doll
- Includes potty, pretend milk bottle, bib, and container of wipes.
- Wipes clean with a soft cloth.
Toy R Us Return Policy
My encounter with the return policy Toys R Us has and the Polly Pocket recall.
"Additional Reports of Magnets Detaching from Polly Pocket Play Sets Prompts Expanded Recall by Mattel
WASHINGTON, D.C. - The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, in cooperation with the firm named below, today announced a voluntary recall of the following consumer product. Consumers should stop using recalled products immediately unless otherwise instructed.
Name of Products: Various Polly Pocket dolls and accessories with magnets
Units: About 7.3 million play sets (about 2.4 million play sets were recalled on November 21, 2020)
Importer: Mattel Inc., of El Segundo, Calif.
Hazard: Small magnets inside the dolls and accessories can come loose. The magnets can be found by young children and swallowed or aspirated. If more than one magnet is swallowed, the magnets can attract each other and cause intestinal perforation or blockage, which can be fatal.
Incidents/Injuries: Since the previous recall announcement, Mattel has received more than 400 additional reports of magnets coming loose. CPSC was aware in the first recall announcement of 170 reports of the magnets coming out of the recalled toys. There had been three reports of serious injuries to children who swallowed more than one magnet. All three suffered intestinal perforations that required surgery.
Description: The recalled Polly Pocket play sets contain plastic dolls and accessories that have small magnets. The magnets measure 1/8 inch in diameter and are embedded in the hands and feet of some dolls, and in the plastic clothing, hairpieces and other accessories to help the pieces attach to the doll or to the doll's house. The model number is printed on the bottom of the largest pieces on some of the play sets. Products manufactured after November 1, 2020 and are currently on store shelves are not included in this recall. Contact Mattel if you cannot find a model number on your product to determine if it is part of the recall.
Sold at: Toy stores and various other retailers from May 2003 through November 2020 for between $15 and $30.
Manufactured in: China
Remedy: Consumers should immediately take these recalled toys away from children and contact Mattel to receive a voucher for a replacement toy of the customer's choice, up to the value of the returned product."
I haven't listed the various Polly Pocket products that were recalled that year in November. If you'd like to know which ones incase you may have any of the items in your home, and want to keep your kids safe, please visit CPSC's website.
And the return policy for Toys R US is as follows: 1 Bring back a dated receipt of the purchase, 2 Keep all Packaging and Accessories that came with the item, 3 Return Items within the appropriate time period of 90 days. For more information, visit their homepage or visit your local Toys R Us store and be sure to speak with a manager.
Because the little twenty-one-month-old boy, Kenny Sweet Jar, died on Thanksgiving after swallowing loose magnets from his siblings toy, connected inside his intestines and strangled his bowels. (www.chicagotribune.com , Inside the Botched Recall of a Dangerous Toy, Part 2 of 2 by Patricia Callahan, May 7, 2020)
There are ways to stay aware of what you buy your child. I looked up a list of safety precautions on buying toys. pediatrics.about.com had a great article on this. The author mentions that these simple rules are advertised by The Consumer Product Safety Commission. Here it is:
"Under 3 Years Old
Children under 3 tend to put everything in their mouths. Avoid buying toys intended for older children which may have small parts that pose a choking danger.
Never let children of any age play with uninflated or broken balloons because of the choking danger.
Avoid marbles, balls, and games with balls that have balls with a diameter of 1.75 inches or less. These products also pose a choking hazard to young children.
Avoid toys with small magnets, magnetic pieces, or loose magnets, as they can be swallowed. Unfortunately, if two magnets connect together after they are swallowed, they can cause an intestinal blockage or more serious problems.
Children at this age pull, prod and twist toys. Look for toys that are well-made with tightly secured eyes, noses and other parts.
Ages 3 Through 5
Avoid toys that have sharp edges and points.
Avoid toys that are constructed with thin, brittle plastic that might easily break into small pieces or leave jagged edges.
Look for household art materials including crayons and paint sets, marked with the designation "ASTM D-4236." This means the product has been reviewed by a toxicologist and, if necessary, labeled with cautionary information.
You should also avoid toys with magnets at this age.
Ages 6 Through 12
Teach older children to keep their toys away from their younger brothers and sisters.
If buying a toy gun, be sure the barrel or the entire gun is brightly colored so that it's not mistaken for a real gun.
For children of all ages:
check toys regularly for small parts, breakage and potential hazards, including chipped or peeling pain. Damaged or dangerous toys should be repaired or thrown away.
watch for toy recalls and quickly remove recalled toys
encourage your kids to not put their toys in their mouth (although it is harder for infants and younger toddlers)
if you buy a bicycle, scooter, skates, or other sporting goods, buy a helmet and appropriate pads too, and make sure the child wears them.
teach them to put toys away when they're finished playing so they don't trip over or fall on them.
Also keep in mind that the American Academy of Pediatrics:
recommends against the home use of trampolines
recommends that children under 16 shouldn't ride on 4 wheel All Terrain Vehicles and advises a ban on the sale of all 3-wheeled ATVs
advises that children are at big risk of getting hurt from non-powder guns, like BB guns, pellet guns, air rifles, and paintball guns
Hearing Loss and Loud Toys
It is easy to spot some unsafe toys, like those with sharp edges or small parts, but loud toys are an under-recognized hazard to children. Remember that some toys, even those recommended for young children, can produce noise at a level that could damage your child's hearing.
These types of toys include cap guns, musical toys, toy phones, horns, sirens, and even squeaky rubber toys, which can produce noise as high as 90 to 120 decibels. According to the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, "When held directly to the ear, as children often do, a noisy toy actually exposes the ear to as much as 120 dB of sound, a damaging dose -- the equivalent of a jet plane taking off. Noise at this level is painful and can result in permanent hearing loss."
Although you likely should avoid toys that sound loud, if your child gets any toys that make noise, be sure that he doesn't put them up to his ear, which can cause even more damage to his hearing.
Video Game Ratings
In addition to following age recommendations on toys, you should observe the ratings on any video games that your child wants. Remember that games rated T -Teen have content that is unsuitable for children under age 13. It is better to stick with games that are rated either EC - Early Childhood or E - Everyone, although even games rated E - Everyone can have some violence, comic mischief and/or mild language. Checking the ratings is important or you might get fooled into buying your child a game that isn't age appropriate. For example, the original Jax and Daxter game was rated E - Everyone, but the sequel, Jax II, is rated T -Teen."