Sunday, October 24, 2010

E's Birthday Bonanza Review- Little Looster

Potty training is not something I enjoy. In fact most of Alex's potty training was done at preschool. Eian just turned 3 so I decided to give potty training a try. Well turns out E is not where near ready, not a big deal. But for those of you that have children that are ready the product you want is the Little Looster. For all the years when those little legs don’t reach the floor. The Little Looster™, a booster for the Loo is about to change the way we potty train. The perfect potty stool.

Even though Eian doesn't use this yet, Alex and even I do. Our potty is a high one even for me, the Little Looster is awesome. It fits prefect around the potty and doesn't take up alot of room. We have a small bathroom and that is a big plus.

•Made in the USA!
•Mom Created, Child Approved
•100% Recyclable Plastic
•No need to move for adults
•Slides toward toilet
•Perfect for pedestal sinks too.
•Comfort, Confidence. Cleanliness.
•Raised anti-slip letters on top
•8 Rubber rings on bottom for safety
•25 x 18.25 x 8.25
•Holds up to 200 lbs

As an extension of the toilet, the Little Looster never needs to be shuffled around the bathroom. All grown-ups can use the toilet while standing or sitting without needing to move it out of the way.

Little Looster LLC is a Portland, OR based business. The Looster Booster itself was conceived and designed by Monica Mylet, mommy of 3. She came up with the design and need after parenting 3 kiddos through the potty training process. Almost every aspect of the Looster's life cycle from birth-of-concept to design and manufacturing was completed by Oregon based companies. Now that the Mylets have relocated to Florida you can expect to see some Floridian companies getting involved as well.

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* I was sent the Little Looster free of charge to review. The review above is my own honest opinion.*

1 comment:

Busy Working Mama said...

This looks like such a great stool! I swear, the one I have in my upstairs bathroom is a death trap - so wobbly. Thanks for coming to enter a giveaway at my blog this week :) Happy Monday!