iPotty: The iPad Training Toilets For Kids

ipottyTechnology is revolutionizing all aspects of our lives, apparently not limited to things like toilet training. Toilet training can be a difficult period for parents and children alike. While parents may be anxious to move their kids into a new stage in their lives, small children are creatures of habit and may avoid change. Parents may use multiple techniques to help in their children’s toilet training, from reading to them to using encouraging phrases and metaphors. The new iPad toilet may help parents of the very near future compartmentalize their behaviors in a new way.

For the most part, the product ‘iPotty,’ is a standard training toilet. It is made of plastic and the bowl is easily detachable and repositioned. The iPotty is merely equipped with a display for a standard iPad. As a high tech toilet, the iPotty is more of an embellishment on the traditional model than anything revolutionary. Similar high tech toilets of today allow people to track their toilet usage or flush remotely, or even play music. The iPotty can be fitted with high tech accessories, and is truly the product of an age where such high tech accessories have become a part of nearly all aspects of life.

The iPad fixture maybe useful for parents during toilet training exercises. Although toilet training can be an important bonding process between parents and their children, there will inevitably be long stretches with limited stimulation for the parents. Parents may have their patience levels tried under such circumstances, no matter how much they want to be a part of every step in the stage in their children’s lives. Parents are also notoriously busy today. They may want to check emails and text messages, which do not go away even when they may want them to during occasions like these. If nothing else, the iPotty gives parents a convenient place to put their own iPads, which can be difficult in a bathroom environment. Sinks are often too wet or covered with soap scum, and the bathroom floor is often an undesirable place for almost any important items.

Discussions about the iPotty will inevitably segue into discussions about the use in exposing children to advanced technology at any early age. Certainly, it is useful for kids to learn technology when they are very young, given how important it will be in their lives, as they get older. Given the nature of toilet training, it is far more likely that the iPotty will be of more use to adults than children. Children will experience toilet training as more dramatic than their parents, and they may not be in the mood for anything to do with iPads, whether they regularly use them or not. Parents should still make every attempt to bond with their children during episodes like toilet training, despite some of the challenges it poses to them. Technological changes will undoubtedly alter many aspects of child upbringing, far more dramatically than with the simple iPotty.

iPad Training Toilets For Kidsipotty ipad toilet training for kidsTechnology is revolutionizing all aspects of our lives, apparently not limited to things like toilet training. Toilet training can be a difficult period for parents and children alike. While parents may be anxious to move their kids into a new stage in their lives, small children are creatures of habit and may avoid change. Parents may use multiple techniques to help in their children’s toilet training, from reading to them to using encouraging phrases and metaphors. The new iPad toilet may help parents of the very near future compartmentalize their behaviors in a new way.

For the most part, the product ‘iPotty,’ is a standard training toilet. It is made of plastic and the bowl is easily detachable and repositioned. The iPotty is merely equipped with a display for a standard iPad. As a high tech toilet, the iPotty is more of an embellishment on the traditional model than anything revolutionary. Similar high tech toilets of today allow people to track their toilet usage or flush remotely, or even play music. The iPotty can be fitted with high tech accessories, and is truly the product of an age where such high tech accessories have become a part of nearly all aspects of life.

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The iPad fixture maybe useful for parents during toilet training exercises. Although toilet training can be an important bonding process between parents and their children, there will inevitably be long stretches with limited stimulation for the parents. Parents may have their patience levels tried under such circumstances, no matter how much they want to be a part of every step in the stage in their children’s lives. Parents are also notoriously busy today. They may want to check emails and text messages, which do not go away even when they may want them to during occasions like these. If nothing else, the iPotty gives parents a convenient place to put their own iPads, which can be difficult in a bathroom environment. Sinks are often too wet or covered with soap scum, and the bathroom floor is often an undesirable place for almost any important items.

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Discussions about the iPotty will inevitably segue into discussions about the use in exposing children to advanced technology at any early age. Certainly, it is useful for kids to learn technology when they are very young, given how important it will be in their lives, as they get older. Given the nature of toilet training, it is far more likely that the iPotty will be of more use to adults than children. Children will experience toilet training as more dramatic than their parents, and they may not be in the mood for anything to do with iPads, whether they regularly use them or not. Parents should still make every attempt to bond with their children during episodes like toilet training, despite some of the challenges it poses to them. Technological changes will undoubtedly alter many aspects of child upbringing, far more dramatically than with the simple iPotty.ipotty for ipad

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