Make potty training an adventure with Baby Dora! After you feed Baby Dora her sippy cup, she will let you know she’s ready to use the potty like a big girl! Place her on the potty seat and when she is finished she will celebrate with a song! Includes potty, sippy cup and a link to online storybook about Baby Dora’s potty adventure!
Includes 2 “AA” (R6 batteries).
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Rating Snapshot(2 reviews)
2 of 2(100%)reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
"Dora is cute and we enjoy her. Just cannot find the potty storybook, training chart and more online. This link is NOT a direct link. Can't search it, can't find it. Not sure what the "and more" means, but just print off a little book and include it. Link is needed."
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Response from Fisher-Price:By Consumer Services, September 2, 2014
We’re sorry! The potty chart and storybook have been removed from our website. If you contact our Consumer Services team they will be happy to e-mail them to you. Live chat, phone or e-mail support is available Mon.- Fri., 9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. EST. You can find our contact information here: http://fpfami.ly/08d5.
Review 2 for Ready for Potty™ Baby Dora
Holds child's interest
Would you recommend? Yes
Number of kids: 1
Age of child purchased for: 2 - 3 yrs.
Relationship to child: Mom
Good toy- almost perfect
January 31, 2014
"I read the "Train Your Child in Just One Day" by Teri Crane and the premise is to help your toddler train a doll first and then work with the toddler, so I was in the market for a potty doll. This one really does the trick. It's very durable and works as described.
However, to really make it work for training, I suggest a few product updates: 1) it could use an extra pair or two of underwear so that if Dora has a pretend accident, we can pretend to get her a new pair- if you somehow lose or damage the pair she has it loses much of its value, 2) there are holes in the bottom of the toilet, I wanted to mock a potty in the little toilet to show my daughter how she went in the potty, but had to use a glue gun to fill in the holes. 3) my 2.5yo toddler had trouble getting her to balance on the play potty, there should be some sort of update to make it easier for little hands to get the doll to sit without tipping over as much.