Brand New Device Gives Toddlers A Bullseye Target For Peeing
When you have young children, you have to be prepared for the fact that there is a hell of a lot you will have to teach them as they grow at a pretty rapid rate. I mean, let's face it: when they're born, they're a blank canvas, and it's partly your job as a parent to impart your wisdom and knowledge into their little and frankly empty heads.
One of the earliest lessons you will have to teach them is how to use a toilet. While that might seem simple enough to us adults, toddlers have other ideas. And many parents have found that when toilet training their sons, their urine goes everywhere, and I mean everywhere. But thanks to one very revolutionary device, this could soon be a thing of the past!
It's called "The Toddler Target Potty Training Bullseye Light", and, as the name suggests, it helps toddlers aim better when they pee by providing them with a light as a target. In order to set it all up, you simply have to attach the light to the toilet seat lid which will allow it to shine a target into the bowl.
Using a motion sensor, the gadget only begins functioning when someone is in the vicinity of the toilet so the battery won't be wasted when it's not being used. And also due to the motion sensor, the gadget can be used as a night light during your late-night trips to the toilet.
If you're interested in getting your hands on this pretty handy device, it could be yours for $29.88. And while I'm not here to plug the Toddler Target, there are plenty of people who have sung its praises.
"My husband loves it to put light in our bathroom at night without having to turn on the full light," wrote one person. "So far, they stick well to the toilet seat and the motion sensor works great. Hoping it can help to prevent messes [from] going outside the toilet bowl. We shall see."
"Love this thing. I have two boys, three counting my husband, and they all love it. They love 'peeing on the target'," wrote another.
"This product allows you to focus a little green laser beam right where you want it to," a third wrote. "I aimed it directly in the center of the toilet bowl and it really helps my son focus on directing his stream properly. No more wayward splashes of urine to stink up the potty. (I think it's helping my husband pay attention as well)."
Are you currently in the process of toilet training a little one? If so, does this device sound like something they could benefit from? Let us know in the comments section. Oh, and good luck... But you might not need it with the Toddler Target!