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    I've also heard that disposable breast pads also work. (I haven't tried it myself)

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    Neatfreak is offline Emerald level (3000+ posts)
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    I hope I remember this tip when DD2 is at the potty learning stage!
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    One in 2004 and the other one in 2008

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    I think I shared it after reading about it in a magazine. Good tips are meant to be shared.
    ~~AngelaS~~
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    Twoboos is offline Diamond level (5000+ posts)
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    Quote Originally Posted by AngelaS View Post
    I think I shared it after reading about it in a magazine. Good tips are meant to be shared.
    Wait, I was going to say I think I shared it - but after reading it here at least 3 years ago...

    Either way, it works GREAT and I still have the little potty, plastic bags and maxi's floating around in the back of my car.

    To the person who asked - why use a pad - it soaks up the pee to keep it from sloshing all over. Very helpful if there is no place to dump it right away.

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