Mommy's Helper Contoured Cushie Step-Up Padded Potty Seat with Step Stool

05/08/2009 at 10:00 AM ET
Mommy's Helper Contoured Cushie Step-Up Padded Potty Seat with Step Stool

I’ve finally found the potty seat that works for my 3 year old son — the Contoured Cushie Step-Up Potty Seat from Mommy’s Helper ($30).

The attached, very sturdy step, grippy handles and the soft, contoured seat gave my child independence and comfort. He quickly learned how to set it up on top of the toilet (just put it on top of the seat)– though I was usually the one to put it away when he was finished. The floor pads on the legs of the step stool are non- slip and it was very easy to wipe the seat clean (just remember to clean the underside also).

The only thing that was difficult about putting it together was attaching the two pieces that connected each of the legs of the step stool (it took a lot of effort!). Overall, the Contoured Cushie Step Up Potty Seat is a big hit in my house with its easy fold/unfold and comfy soft seat.

— Nancy

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Cece on

I highly recommend this seat. It worked magic for my son. We have a large toilet seat, and the sesame street seat we had would slip around. This one fits on all sizes, and is very stable. My son loved climing up the steps, sitting down and holding the handles.

Another suggestion for toddlers who are scared to go potty in restaurants, or other places – there’s a portable, soft, foldable take-along seat that also was very helpful…. (not this seat)

Katherine on

What if MOMMY needs to use the restroom? on

Seems like a HUGE product to keep in your bathroom! We use the Baby Bjorn toilet seat inserts and LOVE them (with the help of a wooden step stool). This just seems bulky and uses an awful lot of plastic to load up landfills. Just my 2 cents…

Here’s more on the Baby Bjorn seat:

nanjhnyc on

Hi, it’s Nancy, the reviewer. We love this seat and it actually folds up very thin and is stored against the wall. My son can take it on and off by himself. He has low muscle tone, so he needs a stable and secure seat, so he doesn’t feel like he’s falling. We plan to use it for our other child and give it away after that. Hopefully it will not go to the landfill for a long time.