iPad technology helps parents potty train their children

Critics argue toilet training experience can be diminished by introducing distractions

Published On: Jan 30 2013 04:36:55 PM EST   Updated On: Jan 23 2013 06:18:57 AM EST

There’s now an iPad for the younger generation. More accurately, toddlers and their potty training parents.

Introducing the iPotty.

Along with the standard features of a potty training toilet, the iPotty has an adjustable stand specifically made for mounting an iPad so your child can play games and watch videos while taking care of their potty business.

Parents interested in making the potty experience more entertaining can buy the iPotty for $40.00.

Critics argue that toilet training is an important bonding moment between parent and child and introducing games and videos can diminish the experience.

You can find the iPotty at www.ctadigital.com.