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My daughter loved putting a new jewel on her princess tiara. The head wrap ripped earlier, so we just ticky-tacked it up and she adds without wearing. The book is a little over the top but some of the words are odd and anyone who works with children would be a little irked to read. So I changed the words on 2 pages; Page 3, first page of story "Psst! Do you want to hear a secret?" To "Psst! Do you want to hear something awesome?" Because taking care of you boby is not a "secret." And it's not ok to teach little children to keep body secrets, that's a red flag in childcare. And the last page "But shhh, it's a secret! And you didn't hear it from me!" Changed the word secret to private. Again red flag.
my very princess-loving daughter wore the tiara like once. She wouldn't wear it and she didn't care that the princess went potty (she was almost 3). When we finally threw out the diapers and said it was non-negotiable potty training time, she still didn't care about the book. She would put a sticker on it if she remembered, but it went by the wayside quickly. She does, however, like to say things like 'yoo hoo yoo hoo the princess needs to poo poo' after she has already done it.
Too many words and too much of a story line for a younger toddler. If you have an older toddler 3+ (Maybe 2.5+ if really likes reading) who you are trying to potty train? This would be better for them and their attention span than my 18 month old who LOVES to read books and are trying to introduce the potty idea to her. Just not age appropriate for a younger toddler.
I liked the stickers and princess crown it bought however my daughter just turned two and the book was too wordy and long for her. She lost interest and I haven’t used it much. More appropriate for a 3 year old.
My daughter wasn’t that interested in this book and thus has not helped in potty training. The idea behind it is nice with the stickers on the crown thing but my 3 year old is way too rough on something so flimsy.
I think this book would be better suited for slightly older girls that are potty training. I bought this for my now two year old before her birthday and I think a lot of it went right over her head. I like that it's a longer story and the crown with stickers seem very cute. But for a younger child I think something a little more simple would be better. My bet is when my daughter is closer to 3 she would enjoy this book more.
It is a very cute book and I can see why it is popular. My daughter just doesn't seem to like it much for some reason. The whole paper crown and stickers lasted about a day for us before it broke. If your daughter is super into princesses then it's probably a good potty book to try.