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    Default Is this an attention thing?

    DS took his nappy Off and just decided to poo in the lounge room! Yuck! Cleaning Poo out of carpet wasnt on my to do list today. Last.night he did a wee in the exact same spot.
    He knows not to do it but he did anyway. Could he be wanting attention even if he does the wrong thing? Just had DD 4 days ago..

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    It could be, but I'd think it's more likely that he's ready to be toilet trained.

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    How old is he?

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    Quote Originally Posted by redlipsandpearls View Post
    It could be, but I'd think it's more likely that he's ready to be toilet trained.
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    How old is he?
    He is almost 2.
    We have tried toilet training him but he.is.only interested in sitting there and.playing with toilet paper or flushing the toilet.. Never uses it but he.knows what its for.

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    I have heard of a lot of babies going through a phase of taking their nappy off and smearing poo around

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    Ds1 started peeing everywhere again when ds2 was born. F
    He was 3yo at the time, he would was toilet trained but would just stand there and pee. I do think it was for attention.

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    My friends babies did this, it was just a really annoying phase. They ended up putting their nappies on backward for a couple days then I think switched to the pull up things which helped.


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