I've got one example for you in my Orange County Register column this week, which looks back at what, for a while, was my now-grown daughter's favorite attraction at Disneyland when she was a toddler.
Not the big, scary grown-up toilets that looked and sounded like they could suck a small child into the Anaheim sewers forever. I'm writing about the practically-perfect-in-every-way, child-sized porcelain toilets found in the baby centers in Disneyland and (I'd told now) Disney California Adventure.
Forget that lame plastic bucket on the floor at home. Only a real, kids-sized toilet at Disneyland can make potty training, well, magical.
Have your kids tried the Disneyland potties? Or do you remember them from when you were a child?
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