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    Quote Originally Posted by bokkie_wotwot View Post
    Makes me think of little kids walking around shops/foot paths/ carparks yet there parents have shoes on?
    I'm not carrying 40kgs worth of kids just because I wear shoes? This makes no sense to me?

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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    If the ground is good enough to put your naked child on then put your money where your mouth is and eat the steak!
    I sit DD on a public toilet seat but wouldn't be eating my steak off there either... Not to mention not wanting to eat food off a change table.

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    OMG someone report me. My kids are sometimes barefoot. In public. While I am wearing shoes.

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    So I'm assuming you would walk around barefoot on roads/ shopping centres and the likes? I'm not talking parks etc.... don't you worry about glass/ Sharp stones and if at night and you can't see everything possibly harmful?

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskittyfantastico View Post
    OMG someone report me. My kids are sometimes barefoot. In public. While I am wearing shoes.
    Eeekkkk.... I won't wear bare feet in public and won't go in public toilets if I'm wearing thongs. Then again you live in the country, perhaps things are cleaner there..?

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    My name is GirlsRock and (apparently) I am a terrible parent .

    Miss 2 was in the first few weeks of toilet training and we were on holidays, visiting Dreamworld. Minutes away from getting into the Wiggles Big Red car, which was the highlight of the day, she decides she needs to wee. Couldn't possibly get Miss 4 out of line, off to the toilets and back in line without a massive bbreakdown, so I laid Miss 2 on the ground, in the line, and whipped a nappy on her. I thought it was clever of me, not gross.

    As for bare feet, just last week my 2 DD's flatly refused to put their shoes on to got to the supermarket and I couldnt be bothered fighting them to do it, so they walked across the carpark and all through the supermarket (where they fought endlessly with each other, while i pretended they werent mine) in bare feet. They were disgustingly dirty, but I did redeem myself by bathing them before bed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GirlsRock View Post
    As for the supermarket, just last week my 2 DD's flatly refused to put their shoes on. I couldnt be bothered fighting them to do it, so they walked across the carpark and all through the supermarket (where they fought endlessly with each other, while i pretended they werent mine) in bare feet. They were disgustingly dirty, but I did redeem myself by bathing them before bed.
    The story of my life.... Gotta pick your battles! And realistically the shop floor probably gets mopped more often my floor at home lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    Eeekkkk.... I won't wear bare feet in public and won't go in public toilets if I'm wearing thongs. Then again you live in the country, perhaps things are cleaner there..?
    I think it's just a different way of life. My kids love nothing more than to strip naked and roll in wet dirt. I was always barefoot as a kid/teen. I used to walk miles to the beach, bake in the sun, swim, perve (on the cute boys) and then walk home.

    And yes, bok, I'd have no probs walking around a shopping centre etc.. barefoot. If not for the judgement....

    ETA I've also walked home barefoot at night, happy as a lark.

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    I would think it strange but wouldn't judge. I've only got one child but once I've strapped him in his seat it's such a pain to get him out again so kaybe it was like this for this mum. I would of done it on boot or bonnet.

    Do any of you wear shoes in the house? That would be more disgusting that having a kid lie down on a footpath. I'd be more annoyed at his clothes getting dirty. .would assume his butt didn't touch the floor.

    And do ppl really wipe down their kids hands after touching money or shopping trolleys?? Lol never done that before!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    What an adventure for you...!

    The lady I saw today was on the actual cement footpath and not grass. And it didn't appear to be a massive poo explosion just an average poo.

    how would you know....did you get your face right up in there?


 

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