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    If they can sit with their legs spread wide apart (sorry if that sounds a bit off) then they can balance better on the toilet when they are little.

    I still hold DD under the arms when she uses public toilets because she puts her hands on the seat then she'll wipe her face and ARRGHHHHH!!!!!

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    Our boy doesn't like using the toilet yet so I have a little potty that lives in the boot and when he needs to go we find a public disabled toilet and put the potty down next to the loo and we both go.

    I also have to take off his pants and shoes, otherwise he's not comfortable and relaxed enough to pee. Although recently pants around the ankles haven't been an issue, so I might try keeping shoes on next time and see how he goes. Feet are washable, so are hands so I don't freak out too much about germs.


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