Potty Training Chair Goes High Tech
I'm no parent, but I can only imagine that potty training a child is one of the most daunting tasks.
I'd imagine parents would try any number of things to get the job done...but does this take things too far?
Introducing the iPotty.
It's a 2-in-1 potty training chair that comes with an attachable lid (a.k.a. toilet seat lid) that the kid can then sit on to turn it into an 'activity chair.'
Again, I don't have children, so I've never had to potty train anything other than a Tamagotchi (fail), but this seems like a terrible idea.
I'm sure there are plenty of people who take their tablets into the bathroom to get their read on, and I want you to know that you gross me out. Just like the people who call me from the bathroom. Stop it. Just call me when you're done, mmkay?
Just for hygiene reasons, your electronics and your bodily fluids really have no business interacting. Let me be clear: DO YOU WANT POO ON YOUR IPAD???
Aside from that, shouldn't the kids focus on one task at a time? Maybe learn how to use the toilet and THEN play with the Shapes & Colors app.
We're so plugged in all the time...why start them so young?
I firmly believe in the separation of poop and play! (Will that change when I'm a mom?)
Tell me parents, is this a 'whatever gets the job done' kind of situation?