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This former real estate broker, mom of two boys-one with special needs, invented a product every single parent needs! Disposable potty chair liners! Her product, called Tidy Tots is the “mess free” solution to potty training. You have to check it out at ww.tidytots.com.
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- New Product takes the Mess out of Potty Training
“Now here’s a product that every mom will wish had been invented much sooner: The Tidy Tots disposable potty chair liner.”
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“We have dedicated significant resources of our start-up capital to our social media efforts. We have a 20 hour per week associate who works exclusively on our social media campaigns. Over time, we have learned to post Facebook content that will engage rather than bore. We have adopted Pinterest recently and have seen a wonderful response to the associative and relevant photos we post. We have engaged the blogger network and found a fantastic and willing group looking for mutually beneficial Thanks to Dinah Vogel of Tidy Tots disposable potty chair liners.”
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- Eight Tips for Toilet Training While Traveling With Kids
http://momaboard.com/general-travel-tips/planning/how-tos/eight-tips-for-toilet-training-while-traveling-with-kids/ “Gear Up: To ensure that your child has no excuses carry your potty seat (or even potty with you). The cheap plastic ones are light and hardly take up any space. You can even leave them behind at the end of your trip. If you use a child potty, you can find potty liners that make clean up a snap on the go.”