Little Looster: Review and Giveaway

Ah, potty training.  No other two words can strike such panic into the hearts of moms everywhere.  If you have been through it, you know there are struggles, compromises, begging, pleading and even bribery.  If only there was a product that could make it easier.  If only there was something that could help take the fear out of potty training for a child.  If only….

Then I was introduced to the Little Looster.  The Little Looster is a U shaped step stool of sorts that sits around the toilet.  This Booster for the Loo takes away the fear of falling in while supporting the child’s legs.

The Looster itself was conceived and designed by Monica Mylet, a mother of 3. She came up with the design and need after parenting 3 kids through the potty training process.  Just about every aspect of the Looster’s life cycle from birth-of-concept to design and manufacturing was completed by Oregon based companies.

When I first received the opportunity to review the Little Looster I was excited.  Genghis was already fully potty trained but at only 4 years old his feet still do not touch the floor when he uses the toilet.  I knew this would be just the thing to help make him more comfortable.

Little Looster kids use their legs for support, alleviating that fear of falling in.  Hands no longer need to grip the germ-ridden, inner rim.   Plus, you can save the extra expense and mess that comes with the space-consuming porta-potty.

 And the best part?  You don’t have to move it out of the way for adults to use the toilet.  It is slim enough that it is easy for adults to maneuver around and still use the toilet. 

The average family in the US is spending approximately $75 a month on disposable diapers & wipes and over 92% of those are ending up in our landfills.  No one really knows how long it takes for a disposable diaper to decompose, it is estimated somewhere between 250-500 years.  The statistics are staggering as I’m sure you are all well aware of.  The Little Looster is made of plastic which is 100% recyclable after your many years of use.

So not only are you getting a useful product, but also one that is made entirely in the USA and is 100% recyclable.  

Buy It:  Want your own Little Looster?  Of course you do.  You can buy one for just $39.99 here.


Win It:  One lucky reader will win their very own Little Looster. 

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Entrants 18 and older and from the US are eligible. Contest Ends on September 17, 2010 at 2:00pm CST. Winners will be chosen by random.org and announced on September 18th. Winners will be notified by email with “You Have Won the Little Looster Giveaway” in the subject line. Winner will then have 48 hours to respond before a new winner is chosen.

Disclaimer/Disclosure:  Little Looster provided me with one Looster  for review purposes.  Little Looster’s will be responsible for prize distribution after I provide info of the winners.  No other compensation was given.  All photographs and logos used are property of Little Looster.  All opinions and views stated are my own.  Special thanks to Little Looster for this review and giveaway! 


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Rachel Akers writes about crafts, recipes, and features the adventures of a family of 4. It is always crazy but I wouldn't change it for the world! Comments or questions? Talk to me on Facebook or Twitter or sign up for our RSS feed to have future articles delivered to your feed reader.