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    Quote Originally Posted by NancyBlackett View Post
    I'm at Bunnings at the moment waiting outside the men's loos. If there's going to be some willy waggling action it's going to be at Bunnings, right?
    Yep - they must all stand around comparing their 'power tools'.

    *boom tish*

    /end lame dad joke.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FiveInTheBed View Post
    Yep - they must all stand around comparing their 'power tools'.

    *boom tish*

    /end lame dad joke.
    I'm still waiting for some power tool action.

    I think I'll have to come back tomorrow with DD.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FiveInTheBed View Post
    Yep - they must all stand around comparing their 'power tools'.

    *boom tish*

    /end lame dad joke.
    Hahahaha ha!

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    Quote Originally Posted by NancyBlackett View Post
    I'm still waiting for some power tool action.

    I think I'll have to come back tomorrow with DD.
    If it's bunnings I'm sure they're all out front at the BBQ comparing snags!

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    Quote Originally Posted by NancyBlackett View Post
    I'm at Bunnings at the moment waiting outside the men's loos. If there's going to be some willy waggling action it's going to be at Bunnings, right?
    OT but we were at Bunnings last night. The toilets are in such a rediculous spot in the back corner. I used the accessible toilet because it had the change table in it.

    Sent from my telecommunications device.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Atropos View Post
    If it's bunnings I'm sure they're all out front at the BBQ comparing snags!
    Of COURSE. I can't believe I didn't think to look there.
    @tadpoles - yes! They're never easy to find!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kishimojin View Post
    I do not leave my kids outside whatever you think - it really doesn't matter. I stand at the door of the cubicle for my six year old. I use parents rooms toilets - my regular shopping locations all have them funnily enough , I have my husband or friends watch the kids on other occasions or I simply wait until I get home. I use an accessibility toilet only if it is marked for the dual use of parent room / disabled toilet.

    It ain't that hard.
    One of the shopping centres where I live has a parent room, but the cubicle is tiny and a pram would have to be left outside so I use the accessible toilet.
    Im sure my wheelchair bound family members would prefer I use one of those toilets than leave my baby alone in a public place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunnybambino View Post
    Sorry if this is a stupid question... but DH was asking me last night.
    DD1 (3yo) has just toilet trained. DH takes her out quite often by himself so which toilets would he take her to (if there was no disabled toilet option) - males or females? I said definitely not the males - but would women mind if a man entered the female toilets (if he had a little girl with him)??
    I asked my DP this last night his reply was that he would take her to the men's they are no dirtier than the women's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunnybambino View Post
    Sorry if this is a stupid question... but DH was asking me last night.
    DD1 (3yo) has just toilet trained. DH takes her out quite often by himself so which toilets would he take her to (if there was no disabled toilet option) - males or females? I said definitely not the males - but would women mind if a man entered the female toilets (if he had a little girl with him)??
    I'd have no problem with a man bringing his daughter into the ladies toilets at all. If I had a daughter I wouldn't want her anywhere near the smelly mens toilets.
    I don't understand the big deal of a man being in the ladies for the sake of a little girl?
    Odd.
    If he's brave enough to do that for his little girl, fire away I say.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonja View Post
    The big deal could be that young girls are in the toilet. DD2 is 5 and goes with the door open (I'm usually in there with her but sometimes I check the toilet then wait outside). It would freak the heck out of her and her older sister if a man came in.

    OP DH always uses the disabled and if he's somewhere there isn't one (very rare) the girls would do a park or bush wee (as it was usually only somewhere like that that there wasn't a disabled toilet).
    Could be...?
    But lets traumatise a young girl by sending her into an all male environment to pee instead, in the off chance that some other little girl might be in the ladies, peeing with the door open????
    Shouldn't a 5yr old should have the door closed.
    I don't want to see other peoples children peeing either.
    Sorry if that sounds harsh but there's absolutely no way I would allow a little girl in a mens room.
    She might be with her father but she just doesn't need to be exposed to that environment for the sake of those who might be upset at seeing a man in the ladies room.

    I'm curious about how people cope in parent rooms, (at the zoo for example) where you've got cubilces and fathers and mothers bring their children in?

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