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    Default Pooping in bath..

    Hope I posted this in the right place My DD is 13 months and I have been bathing her in the big bath ever since she was about 4 months. I bath her at 6pm every night. The past week she has pooped in the bath about 4 times!! It is driving me insane. I haven't changed her diet and she still does at least two poos a days.

    Has anyone had any other experience like this? If so, is there anything you can do to stop it?

    Thanks so much

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    My DS did this at about 10 months. I have no idea why haha. But then he stopped after a week.

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    Yes hopefully it's a phase that passes very quickly because it really is quite disgusting!

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    Have you tried changing her bath time that could stop it? But if she has to poo she will poo there is no stopping that.

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    A cork should do the trick....

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    Quote Originally Posted by ElastiGirl View Post
    A cork should do the trick....

    Yeah that could work

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    Hmmm nothing like a nice warm bath to relax all the muscles. Including the ones that hold in poo!
    Kids go through faxes. Just pull them out calmly when it happens and tell them why. Hopefully it stops soon.

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    DS3 (26 months) poos every night after his shower/bath. If I leave him in too long he'll do it in there, and if I don't get a nappy on him right away he'll poo on the floor. Needless to say we have quick showers with a nappy laying in wait

    He also poos two or three times a day, I'm assuming it will ease up as he gets older.


 

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