When you’ve gotta go, you’ve gotta go, that’s what they say! This is especially true if you’re a child. It doesn’t matter where they are or what they’re doing, when nature calls, it’s an emergency!
The Whizzer is a unisex, compact, portable toilet from Kiddiwhizz which can be used discretely by children and adults alike. It’s really quick to set up and can purchase with a waterproof bag.
They come in a range of colours (including a glow in the dark option!) and two different sizes, they fit easily into a backpack or changing bag and you can even get a hanging strap if you’d prefer to hang it off the buggy.
We have been using a whizzer for almost 2 years now and it has helped us out in all kinds of situations.
Here are just a few of the places we’ve been saved by the Whizzer:
At the Pool
If you’re watching one child and another child is trying to pull you off the poolside in the direction of the toilets, it can be really stressful. It’s also heartbreaking when asked “Did you see my front crawl Mummy?” and you have to say no! If this is you, your little one needs a whizzer. And those changing room toilets... well need I say more than 'Yuk!' One is using the Whizzer whilst I'm getting the other one dressed all without leaving the cubicle- Sorted!
At The Playground or Park
Toilets closed? Long queues? Just plain filthy? You need a whizzer!
At some of the skate ramps we go to, there isn’t a toilet anywhere near and they can be quite exposed, so nowhere to hide for a nature wee either. It used to really ruin the day if we have to trek home because someone needs a wee!
Country bike rides are lovely, but they don’t often include conveniently placed toilets. Don’t forget to pack the whizzer in your bike basket!
Nature wees are all well and good, but imagine not having to expose half your body to the elements, imagine not having to risk wet shoes if your aim isn’t the best.
Steph is a part-time primary school teacher, blogger and Mum to two ever growing Whizzer fans. You can find her over at @stephloveshoney on Instagram or her blog link below where she posts about their family adventures - It seems like they're never far from a National Trust Site or on a wild walk exploring all that the beautiful countryside of the UK has to offer.