Welcome to our Baby Club of Throne Users...
Loving my New Baby Throne Squat Step Lid!
Morning poop and playtime! Works phenomenal. Makes using cloth nappies easier.
Mom said: At 2 months old he received his Baby Throne today & already made his first poop!!! Amazing concept & by far worth it!!! Lol never been as proud of poop as I am today hahaha!
Will def recommend
Why use a nappy for number 2s? Here he is aged 4 months (not 14 months!). More info on www.babythrone.co.za. Suitable for ages 4 months to 4 years. Paediatrician endorsed. Squat position makes them poop! You just get into a routine of 2 X a day for a few minutes!
The Baby Throne holds baby in an optimal squat position which triggers the instinct to push. This helps baby sort out his constipation issues all by himself naturally. Mum can help by giving baby a routine!
On the Throne at 7 months in handy split pants!
This is little E at 8 months on her Throne and then here we have E at 12 months on her Throne....
This is E now at 12 months....she can use her Throne until she is at least 4 years old either as a potty or on the toilet as a toilet trainer.
Here E is on the advanced stage of the Baby Throne! When E is about 4 yrs old (about 20kgs/44lbs) the Throne gets a bit tight and then she is quite happy to sit on the toilet without her Throne (their bums hang down so still in a squat position!). No need to purchase anything else.
It is perfectly normal to have constipation at about 6 months when transitioning and trying different solids but the Throne helps sort this out. On top of this here we are teething as well...it can be tough being a baby.
My 10m old daughter has only had 4 misses these past few weeks. No more stinky nappies in nappy bin and usage way down. I now have a happy baby and am a happy mommy!
I added a small table in front with something to play with or read. Works like a charm.
Started at 5 months and here he is very cool at 2!
4 months old and from New York City!
Got his Throne at 3 and took to it straight away. Toilet training was easy as he said he was comfortable and not scared of falling. The shape and support under the thighs ensures no fear of letting go.
He loves it!
That's my little brother on my left; I love it too!
You can start younger then you think... my daughter E at 8 weeks... She uses it quite consistently now.
A touch of class 😉
Check my 6 month old twin on my left!
Check my 6m old twin on my right!
Your lovely mum gave us this Zoe when I started potty training and I'm not sure what we would have done without it - we are still putting it to good use and it's currently camping with us!
Baby Throne SO deserves the GREEN awards!! My second twin, little M starting to really get the hang of it - I'm using so many less nappies (diapers)!
I have had the most AMAZING experience with the Baby Throne..I have 7.5 month old twin boys, F & M...this is F (M is on the left), with a bit of a slow start (got them on it from about 4.5 months), he is now doing about 90% of his poos on his Throne!
Push my son, PUSH!
V loves her Baby Throne!
This is our 5 1/2 m old. We have been doing elimination communication with her for about 3 m now, and we hardly have poopy diapers to change anymore! WooHoo!
L at 9 months. We have been using the Throne since 5 months and moved to advanced Throne by 6 months. She gets very upset at mommy if I miss the signals!
E at 5 months and can touch his toes at the same time; a gymnast in the making!
...on the iThrone!
We love our Throne even on holiday in the motorhome 🙂
Here is S at 8.5 months; check the sign language!
Yay! Baby Throne!! L is 3.5 months old and starting on the beginner Baby Throne!
A loo with a bush view 😍
Proof of washing hands!
Look no hands!
Little A at 5 months asking dad to put a squash racket in that hand!
Zoe and her dad at the first Kind and Jugend show in Cologne. Lots of fun and far too much wine 🙂
Replacement needed as dog ate Throne; dog is fine!
M is 5 months old and took to his Throne straight away. Serious business!
Mr C is super comfortable!
Always in a hurry to get the job done so more room for breakfast!
First time on the beginner Throne and working it all out 🙂
Watching you watching me!
A very pretty little M at 18 months 😉
This is how we watch lorries while travelling with our Baby Throne...
How it all started in 2007: The original prototype Baby Throne made from clay, wood, foam and lots of plumbing tape.
H demonstrating the intermediate stage on the Baby Throne prototype all those years ago.
H demonstrating the beginner stage of the Baby Throne prototype in 2007.
Here is H at 3 years old. No need for anything else after he grew out of his Throne.
We even get models visiting us at our stand at baby shows to demonstrate 🙂
We bought the Throne for our toddler G and she took to it straight away. We then noticed her sister N at 3 months was able to hold her head up so we put her on it too. They share and it works like a bomb for them both! Best investment ever.
Here is A at age 3. B the right is her younger brother.
This is little B. Big brother B on the right and big sister A on the left. Photos not taken at same time!
The Baby Throne really helps B's runny tummy as a result of teething. Big sister and little brother on his left!
N says rattle and hum!
Z loves to chat whilst on his Throne.
L likes to play with his magic rattle when on his Throne otherwise he gets bored.
Lady in red 🙂
She knows who is being the clever one 😉
Here is A at 5 months from Cape Town.
Initially terrified of the toilet. We used the beginner and intermediate stages of the Baby Throne to have that gentle progression onto the toilet. Within a week she was happy to use the advanced Throne on the toilet!
A came for visit and had a bit of a crampy tummy; a few minutes on the Throne helped sort that out!
A at 10 weeks and needs a little head support but loving the Beginner Throne!
Love the expression!! You can see how the optimal squat position of the Baby Throne is triggering her instinct to push! Why do this in a diaper?
Little A in trendy split pants!
4 months old and likes her morning routine is 5:30am whether mom is happy with that or not!
We love happy moms and babies! Baby A is looking super comfortable and very content in her #BabyThrone while mom Kirsty Fowles snaps a few pics.