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    The only time I ever threw undies out is if the accident occurred when we were out far from home. It seemed a lot easier to chuck them than to save them.

    If it had of been at daycare then I would have said I'd ring them home too. I think it's a bit wasteful to throw out every pair of undies because a bit of poo

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    Ds daycare throws them out which I am fine with as his are really soft icky ones. I throw them out as well including the pants because they actually soak through. So glad he is now toilet trained.

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    Yep I work in childcare and if it a really runny explosive poo thats can't be saved we will trow them out but its a rare occasion, mostly they are bagged and sent home.

    Dp is lazy and always tries to throw out dds because he cbf cleaning it. I rarely let him but I did allow him to chuck a pair of pj pants that were unsaveable the other day lol (ahhh the joys of diarrhea)

    Yay for your dds toilet training success!!

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    DS daycare rinses, soaks and then washes them in their washing machine and hangs them to dry (I've watched that process while he was settling in). They also wash any clothes that get wet or dirty, it's a nice little extra although means everything has to be labelled!
    OP - I wouldn't think its weird and I wouldn't throw out clothes just because they are dirty!

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    Quote Originally Posted by michellead View Post
    DS daycare rinses, soaks and then washes them in their washing machine and hangs them to dry (I've watched that process while he was settling in). They also wash any clothes that get wet or dirty, it's a nice little extra although means everything has to be labelled!
    OP - I wouldn't think its weird and I wouldn't throw out clothes just because they are dirty!
    Wow your daycare is amazing! Doing washing of clothes as well. That is a very nice little extra.

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    Yep I work in childcare and if it a really runny explosive poo thats can't be saved we will trow them out but its a rare occasion, mostly they are bagged and sent home.

    Dp is lazy and always tries to throw out dds because he cbf cleaning it. I rarely let him but I did allow him to chuck a pair of pj pants that were unsaveable the other day lol (ahhh the joys of diarrhea)

    Yay for your dds toilet training success!!

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    Thanks @melimum hopefully she continues to go well with it. She is great at home is daycare TT that I'm finding the problem. But I assume that is normal as kids as so busy there (well my DD is).

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    Ours just throw them out - very annoying. One week we lost 4 pairs of undies.
    Really? Do they even ask before chucking?

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    Quote Originally Posted by French Pear View Post
    Wow your daycare is amazing! Doing washing of clothes as well. That is a very nice little extra.



    Thanks @melimum hopefully she continues to go well with it. She is great at home is daycare TT that I'm finding the problem. But I assume that is normal as kids as so busy there (well my DD is).



    Really? Do they even ask before chucking?
    Nope, don't ask. And don't tell me either, I just get home with only trousers in his plastic bag and no undies. I wouldn't even care if all they did was a bit of a shake into the toilet and threw them in a bag, I don't expect them to rinse them out.

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    I would be annoyed if they kept chucking undies out especially if they didn't tell me. I don't think you are weird I would have brought them home and washed them and viola clean knickers!

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