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    Amazingly enough 7 years olds still can't hold it in like grown ups can, if they gotta go, they gotta go. I admit, I try and get DS4 to go behind a tree and stuff, but sometimes there is just no option, so I try and shield him myself. But at the end of the day he is 6.....what kind of person, has a problem with a kid doing a wee when they are little? So bizarre.

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    7 years old isn't little....

    I'm sure this kid is a wiz on the XBox. In which case he probably could have walked 5 meters inside the house to the toilet...

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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    7 years old isn't little....

    I'm sure this kid is a wiz on the XBox. In which case he probably could have walked 5 meters inside the house to the toilet...
    How many seven year olds have you got? It's a kid having a wee! Maybe they were locked out of the house? Who cares?

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    I'm not talking about 5 meters on the house, I'm talking about if you are out and away from a toilet. As much as you believe that a 7 year old has the ability to hold it like an adult. They can't, its proven fact. If you have a problem with seeing a kid do a wee, then I would say you are the one with the problem, not the kid.

    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    7 years old isn't little....

    I'm sure this kid is a wiz on the XBox. In which case he probably could have walked 5 meters inside the house to the toilet...

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskittyfantastico View Post
    How many seven year olds have you got? I ?
    What's that got to do with anything? If not having direct experience in something meant you couldn't have a valid opinion/don't have a right to comment then BH would be a very quite place... Especially all the 'asylum seeker' and 'I hate Save our Sleep' threads.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beebs View Post
    I'm not talking about 5 meters on the house, I'm talking about if you are out and away from a toilet. As much as you believe that a 7 year old has the ability to hold it like an adult. They can't, its proven fact. If you have a problem with seeing a kid do a wee, then I would say you are the one with the problem, not the kid.
    Im confused. The 8 year old in proud mummas post was probably right in front of the house... I find it hard to believe the kid couldn't have gone in side. More likely is a scenario where the parent couldn't be bothered rushing to unlock the door and told the kid to wee out front.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    What's that got to do with anything? If not having direct experience in something meant you couldn't have a valid opinion/don't have a right to comment then BH would be a very quite place... Especially all the 'asylum seeker' and 'I hate Save our Sleep' threads.
    Oh pull the other one Vic! You ask people their "qualifications" all the time!

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskittyfantastico View Post
    Oh pull the other one Vic! You ask people their "qualifications" all the time!
    Only on save our sleep threads .. I think...

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    I've seen grown men do it in the city on a Friday night, so I'm going to give the 8 year old a little leeway

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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    Only on save our sleep threads .. I think...
    Uh huh


 

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