Monday, May 28, 2007

Kalencom: Portable Potty & Fabulous Diaper Bags, What more could you want?

With a toddler very recently potty trained, I was on the lookout for a portable potty that was small, easy to use and most importantly CLEAN. When I came across Kalencom's "Potette On the Go Potty" I knew we needed to give it a try. The worst part about potty training are those "gotta go" moments in the car. With the Potette, those moments are a cinch. It is completely sanitary, as there is nothing to clean up after it's been used. The Potette uses self absorbing, disposable liners, that are similar to a diaper. It comes with 3 liners, but additional liners can be purchased at a very reasonable price. The lightly scented liners absorb up to 5 ounces of liquid and the Potette can hold children up to 50 pounds. So if your older child has a potty emergency, it'll work for them too! The seat is contoured for comfort and the legs lock into place for stability. This tiny potty is perfect for keeping in the car, it folds up flat and comes with it's own carrying case that is small enough to stash in your diaper bag. AND, speaking of diaper bags, Kalencom makes BEAUTIFUL ones. Just because we are all potty users around here now, doesn't mean I've tossed the diaper bag. Now, I look for "undercover" diaper bags. I still carry around extra clothes, handi-wipes, and other miscellaneous mom items. Kalencom makes lots of great diaper bags, but the Hannah's Messenger Bag is my favorite. It comes in hip colors, looks super stylish, and the inside has tons of room for all the stuff on my list! The flap top is magnetic and the shoulder strap is adjustable. It's got insulated bottle pouches, a coordinating large sized changing pad, storage pockets galore, but best of all the quality is spectacular. Kalencom offers over 15 styles of diaper bags, so you're guaranteed to find one (or two or three) that you like. All Kalencom products are available directly from the company, visit the site today, get yourself a Potette and a great bag to keep it in!

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