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    Quote Originally Posted by CleverClogs View Post
    When I was I kindergarten my Dad picked up my school bag and thought it was awfully heavy for a 5 year old. On opening it he found his shot gun in it I was taking for show and tell!

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    OMG I bet he freaked out😳

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    Quote Originally Posted by ourbradybunch View Post
    OMG I bet he freaked out😳
    Probably not knowing my dad I think it made him reconsider where he stored it though!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CleverClogs View Post
    When I was I kindergarten my Dad picked up my school bag and thought it was awfully heavy for a 5 year old. On opening it he found his shot gun in it I was taking for show and tell!

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    Woah! That is impressive/scary.

    My dad once let me take a red-bellied black snake preserved in formaldehyde to kindy for show and tell. I mayyyy have been destined for Slytherin from a very early age.

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    My ds2 is toilet training at the moment. Only I'm not allowed to stay and help him.

    This is the result of a very independent 2yo with diarrhoea (I didn't know he had before I agreed to leave the room) that empties the potty himself.

    FML

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    Omg I love all of these so funny

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crafty mummy View Post
    My ds2 is toilet training at the moment. Only I'm not allowed to stay and help him.

    This is the result of a very independent 2yo with diarrhoea (I didn't know he had before I agreed to leave the room) that empties the potty himself.

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    Ugh not looking forward to stuff like that again.

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    My then 6 year old son laid down on the neighbours driveway when he saw them coming up the street. They have a massive 4WD and there would of been no chance them seeing him. Thankfully DH was quick thinking and screamed out to him to get up and for them to stop. When he asked DS why he did it, his response - to make his friends (who were also playing out front) laugh.

    I wasn't home, but it's something that will stay with me forever!

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    Just tonight I caught my son eating what he told me was salt. Closer inspection he'd opened up one of those small little bags that are in various things to prevent moisture and was eating that! Then had a tantrum when I dust busted it all up!

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    This thread is awesome! I am constantly amazed that the human race has flourished so well when it seems like children are on a constant mission to kill themselves!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CleverClogs View Post
    Just tonight I caught my son eating what he told me was salt. Closer inspection he'd opened up one of those small little bags that are in various things to prevent moisture and was eating that! Then had a tantrum when I dust busted it all up!

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    Eek, arent those poisonous?

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