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    There was the time DD1 decided to 'make porridge' by pouring a full box of oats on the carpet and then pouring milk on the top. Luckily the oats soaked up the milk so it didn't go on the carpet much.
    DD2 likes to pull wipes out the container - once she got through 2 containers before i realised.
    DD2 poured 3 litres of milk in the kitchen recently (making herself a bottle) - i have bought fridge locks now.
    DD2 has also drawn over nearly every wall in the house. I would confiscate pencils etc only to discover her with one a week later (she had a hidden stash ).
    DD1 has also got into vegemite and sudocrem and spread those everywhere.

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    We've had half a pack of wipes emptied out, permanent marker on the floor, walls, fridge, bath, stove and toys, toilet paper unravelled on the floor and in the toilet, permanent marker on dd & ds2, margerine all up ds1s arms, head and wheelchair, fat from the grill on ds1s arms, head and wheelchair, clothes spread from one end of the house to the next. Arrggghhh.

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    That last photo is absolute GOLD! I just snorted with laughter.

    When my son is in his high chair and I'm busily cooking/cleaning dishes etc if all goes quiet it means he's got yoghurt everywhere. His clothes, up his nose, in his hair like hair gel, the floor, the dog's head... He looks at me, grins and says, "Mummy... paint..."

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    When DS was younger I gave him some toys to occupy him while I went to the toilet. Came back and there was poo *everywhere*. He had pooped and then taken off his nappy and decided to play with it. He had rubbed it through his hair, all over his toys, all over the couch, smeared it on his face...



    Now I freak out when things go quiet *shudder*

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