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Posted by Yvonne on November 07, 2000 at 17:50:36:

In Reply to: Re: WOW - $900! How old is your son, and why does he need this kind of potty chair? Aside, if it's a medical necessity, insurance should cover it, just rant and rave at them posted by DeAnna in Georgia on November 06, 2000 at 17:59:33:

:Just how long do they keep him strapped in that $900 chair? Sounds a little scary to me. I found, with my 5 year old, she had much better success with very short sittings (1-3 minutes) every hour or two than with long sittings which just made everyone frustrated. Maybe I'm speaking out of ignorance, but I would be very uncomfortable with the idea of a strap-in potty chair - with a tray even. Do they feed him there, or is it for toys? We just bought a $5 "cushie-tushy" which nests on top of the toilet seat and makes it more comfortable to sit on. We went in every hour for 5 minutes until she "got it", now we encourage a visit every 2-3 hours. How do you do pottying at home?

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