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Miss Maggie’s Potty Training Tips
- When potty training on the Go, make sure to have the following on hand: *puddle pad for car seat * portable potty with potty liners (or grocery bags for liners) * Gallon ziplok bags for wet clothes * Hand sanitizer/ hand wipes * travel size toilet paper * water bottles * Paper towels * small books or toys to entertain tots while on the potty * change of clothes/socks and shoes
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