So, I just love it when I have guests stop by unexpectedly. Haha nope! Usually my house is a mess, maybe one room is somewhat clean and the others are in various stages of toysplosion. But that’s life with little kids and it is what it is. Friends and family won’t judge the mess (hopefully). But “guests” are another matter. And one thing that kind of bugs me is kid’s colorful and tasteless potty seats. I yearn for a potty seat that won’t embarrass my guests with it’s overt kid’s mess-ness.
Disclosure: I received a potty training seat for purposes of this review. All opinions are my own.
But there really aren’t too many options when it comes to potty seats. Why? Because we are desperately doing anything we can to get our kids to WANT to be potty trained. So we make them garish primary colors, hoping they look like the toys our kids love to play with. I don’t know if it works. Personally, bribes and candy worked for us so far (don’t judge).
In our new house, my baby son’s bathroom is also the “guest bathroom.” So while he is growing up, I’m going to struggle with making it “his” while also making it guest appropriate. Oh the struggles of this #momlife.
I got the chance to review this potty seat from JessaLeona.com and I knew immediately I had to review it and see it in person. It’s so sleek and understated. Ha! Really though. It’s not the Miinne Mouse or Princess version I had with my two girls. In person, it is just as nice as it looks in the picture. It fits our oval shaped toilet seat snugly and the seat itself is soft and cushy. There is also a discreet loop at the top and a white hook you can place in your bathroom to hang it up.
I’m seriously impressed with this potty seat. It fits right in to this boy’s bathroom-slash-guest bathroom decor. I’ve seen other potty seats that are attached to the main seat for much much more. I love how affordable it is.
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- Not crazy colorful
- Storage hook
- Soft Seat
- Fits snugly on the seat
- The hook is double sided tape
- The logo on the front of the seat is very feminine and I would prefer it to be unseen or more unisex
- Two toned colors (although understated)
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You might also like the Dual Height Step Stool that matches the potty seat. It’s great for when you’re potty training a younger kid or a short kid who needs help reaching the potty seat. I love that they match and they’re both very understated and minimal.
The Bottom Line
Could you tell I love this thing? (Only a mom or dad would say they love a potty seat LOL). It’s just what I was looking for in our kid bathroom/guest bathroom. It would make a great gift for 1st, 2nd or 3rd birthdays or a Christmas gifts. Or just get it for you, since you decide the decor of your bathrooms.
AND, we are lucky enough to have a potty seat giveaway too. Woohoo! There will be TWO WINNERS, each winning one Jessa Leona Potty Seat. Enter in the widget below.
*Small Print* Practical Mommy is not responsible for the distribution of the winners potty seat. No purchase necessary. Winner must be a US resident and shipping to a US address only. Must be 18+ to enter and win. Winner has 48 hours to reply with mailing address or a new winner will be chosen. Good Luck!