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Current message:
05.27.03
17:34
toilet training
Adriana Marroquin (antdri@excite.com)
My six year old son with mild CP is now ready for potty training. But the problem is that the standard sized toilet seat is too large for him and because of his weak trunk he doesn't feel safe sitting in one and holding on to the seat. It's also an issue of cleanliness....some seats are REALLY gross! But the regular toddler training seats are getting too small for him. Any advice? He needs an inbetween seat w/handles that can fold up. Does this exist? Heeeeelp!
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