Infant Potty Training Supplies
In many countries all you need to Infant Potty Train is (1) a baby and (2) the location you're in.
But, let's be a little more realistic about our culture... There are SO many supplies out there! Each person will choose to use different "tools" to get the job done and get the poo's and pee's in a socially acceptable location. Below are The Potty School's suggestions.
I'd say the "top 5" are what you'd really want to invest in (mind you, you'll be getting your babe out of diapers/wipes months earlier than average - a monthly savings of anywhere from $50-$100/month!), and the others are nice, and help with certain stages, but not necessary.
The Potty School's "top 5 Infant Potty Training Tools" List:
(1) a copy of the the book Go Diaper Free: A Simple Handbook for Elimination Communication, which includes the total how-to, images and access to the book-owner's resources online, including the support group & digital assests like videos and photos. This book was written by Andrea Olson, who taught my Go Diaper Free Certification program.
(2) a top hat potty, for pottying on the go, for babies 0-18 months (can be purchased below)
(3) a mini potty (aka "little potty"), for in-the-bathroom, and potentially another for on-the-go for in the trunk of your car (can be purchased at the link below, from "Naturally Diaper Free" or from the Amazon image at the bottom of the page).
(4) a toilet seat reducer for your house and potentially another for Grandma's house, or somewhere else your child spends time (can be purchased at the link below, from "Naturally Diaper Free" or from the Amazon image at the bottom of the page).
(5) back-up options: cloth diapers, disposable diapers, pre-folds & cloth diaper cover of some sort, and/or pre-folds w/a "diaper belt" (can be purchased at the link below, from "Naturally Diaper Free" or from the Amazon image at the bottom of the page).
Potty Chair (removable insert)
Smart Potty (removable insert)
Seat Reducer (goes on regular toilet)
Step Stool (non-slide grip)