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    Quote Originally Posted by crofty View Post
    Oh dear!!! We just found out yesterday we're having a boy and this is our first child!!! What have I got myself in for? I am literally pmsl at this discovery!!! I have soooo much to learn - lol
    Make sure it's pointed down when you change his nappy or else you're gonna have a lot of laundry to do! Leakage everywhere! And hone your reflexes, learn to duck and pop the nappy up. Newborn boys have an impressive range considering their size!

    My mum had two girls and therefore didn't know to warn me about the dangers of baby boys and their doodles.

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    See this is why I can't fathom having a boy. I only have a 18 month old daughter.

    i would find that so confronting. The whole cleaning it and changing him would freak me out.

    is that normal!?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Allie Pallie View Post
    See this is why I can't fathom having a boy. I only have a 18 month old daughter.

    i would find that so confronting. The whole cleaning it and changing him would freak me out.

    is that normal!?

    awww that's sad they cant help it or even control it. it's a reflex, nothing sexual as pp have said. Now i feel sorry for my lil man. awww.

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    Yes my 3 yr old has always occasionally got them, more often now he's older. Had to laugh yesterday when he was sitting on the toilet pushing it down trying to wee with a confused and annoyed look on his face haha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Allie Pallie View Post
    See this is why I can't fathom having a boy. I only have a 18 month old daughter.

    i would find that so confronting. The whole cleaning it and changing him would freak me out.

    is that normal!?
    Don't stress. I was worried I'd have no idea what to do when my boy arrived as I only had DD. Boy's bits are WAY easier to clean than girl's bits!! They just look freakier.

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    Lol. Completely normal. Even my ds1 with spina bifida gets them. Ds2 gets them more often than ds1.

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    Yes but I hate when I can feel it through his nappy! Haha doodles are funny things


 

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