American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A small chair with an opening in the seat and a receptacle beneath, used for toilet-training young children.
“Bubbles are a great activity for your child while sitting on his potty-chair.”
“A big part of the afternoon is spent going to the potty-chair and actually sitting in the chair.”
“When you shop for a potty-chair, consider the following safety questions: 1. Can this chair be rocked or tipped?”
“While your child is sitting on the potty-chair, let her blow bubbles.”
“When you select a seat adapter for your child, keep in mind the same three secrets as for choosing a potty-chair—safety, size, and simplicity.”
“The secret is to have something fun and interesting to do each time that the child sits on the potty-chair.”
“Your child can knead it, play with it, and mold it while sitting on his potty-chair.”
“In other words, the potty-chair must be stable and pass all safety ratings.”
“In the morning, when Dolly sits on the potty-chair, your child can place her hands on the recharging circles.”
“Using the sketch pad and a pencil or marker, your child can draw the pictures that he sees out of his train window while sitting on the potty-chair.”
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