Little Bunny Bear specialises in ethically produced products and resources designed for potty learning babies and toilet training toddlers. Our founder Rebecca Mottram is a Children’s Nurse, potty learning consultant, author of The Baby Pottying Guide, trained seamstress and clothing designer. She created the Go Potty™ range of EC clothing and mattress protection and the Sew Potty™ range of sewing patterns for parents who want to make their own. You can order from our Etsy store or explore this site to learn all about baby pottying and potty training from Rebecca.
Where should I start?
Children are born ready to begin learning potty skills and you can support their natural development by introducing the potty as early as birth. Wherever you are on your journey, we can meet you there and provide the support and guidance you need.
- If you are pregnant or have a newborn, start with Rebecca’s eBook The Baby Pottying Guide to learn how to get started with helping your baby learn potty skills.
- If you are ready to stop using nappies with your 12-18m toddler, you can access our FREE course, or try our Advanced Potty Training Course.
This is the ultimate guide to Potty Training! It covers how to day and night time potty train your child PLUS helps you to tailor the process to your unique child’s temperament. understand how best to motivate your child, how to handle accidents, outings and work in partnership with your childcare provider. Includes a 23 page workbook, a comprehensive troubleshooting section and the Little Bunny Bear supply list and exclusive discount codes.
- If you have an older child or have already started potty training and are having some problems, you can join our incredible Potty Learning Support Group to access the Group Guides, find the answers to our most frequently asked questions here on our website or book a private consult with Rebecca.
- If you need support with getting your childcare provider on board with potty learning, you can access our FREE Guide.
Rebecca has also written over 50 blogs on Potty Learning (covering Baby Pottying/Elimination Communication and Potty Training) which help to correct widespread misinformation that parents may have picked up and provide support for common potty learning issues such as constipation, fear, resistance or regressions. Why not explore some of her most popular posts below or look at the answers to our Frequently Asked Questions?