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    Quote Originally Posted by Kristyk View Post
    Haha! I love these! Not my kids but my best friends... Her DD1 was toilet training & did a poo in the potty. mum went to get some wipes & the poo was gone.... Turns her head to see her son (about 12 months at the time) chewing on something.... Yep he ate his sisters poo lol!!! So gross yet best 21st story for him haha
    Aghh gag worthy.
    Mine similar toilet training story ds1 3 at time, he was outside playing and I look out window to see him pooing on the lawn by the time I get out there our neighbours dog that we were looking after is eating it. I tell my neighbour when she picks the dog up to not let him lick the kids for awhile gag worthy

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    My niece when 3 pulled a poo someone didn't flush out of the loo and ate it, to this day she still claims it was food someone had put in there for her... so gross!!

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    Hahaha these are hilarious! Keep them coming!

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    DS1 'toasting' a marshmallow.. in a plastic cup... in the microwave

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    DS1 'toasting' a marshmallow.. in a plastic cup... in the microwave
    Looks pretty toasted

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    Quote Originally Posted by RmumR View Post
    DD1 came out of the bathroom at 18mths old 'brushing'her hair with the toilet brush - gag
    Oh the poor darling! Reminds me of my DD (17 months), she grabbed the scrubber brush I use to clean the shower with the other day and attempted to shove it in her mouth while saying "brush", lol.. luckily I took it off her just in time.
    When DS was 7, he and his best friend decided to "clean" all of DS's toys by piling them all into the garage and pouring petrol over them from a jerry can No idea what on earth they were thinking but thankfully I heard banging coming from the bedroom which lead me to investigate and it was then I saw them dragging a toy box down the hall and out the back door!!!

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    Looks pretty toasted
    So did my microwave

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lil Rue View Post
    My niece when 3 pulled a poo someone didn't flush out of the loo and ate it, to this day she still claims it was food someone had put in there for her... so gross!!

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    DS tried to shave at 2 y and cut his face...( and daddy got told off for leaving the razer out).
    He also washed his face and hair with those toilet gel disks in the toilet. Gave him eye sensitivity for about 2 years and we had to see the specialists at the hospital.
    Gross one....He came running over to me to show me something and it was a handful of poo. Further investigation revealed it was dog poo. Even more investigation. He had been playing in a water filled clan shell. When I went to investigate it was full of dog poo floating in it. He'd been running round our garden collecting poo with his hands and putting it in his pool!
    Another one..he was awfully quite one day and when I found him asked him what he was doing he said playing with the catapillars. He was close to the outside bins and the catapillars turned out to be maggots!!!


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    DD2 had an obsession with anything in the toilet (not poo thank goodness) she especially loved those duck fresh disks, I remember once us going out to the car and me strapping her in and I couldn't work out what she smelt of, turns out she'd be playing in the toilet and smeared one of the fresh disks all over herself. I bathed her and covered her in soap but she still smelt of it for a few days. *shudder*


 

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