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    Default The inappropriate weeing thread...

    I always knew that some things in parenting are inevitable. Kids are going to fall over, fight and throw food. And at some stage they will toilet train. Apparently they will also do inappropriate wees.

    DS2 is 2 and just starting to toilet train himself. Absolutely awesome until today. Off I went to pick him up from creche only to be told that they were all outside today and a carer turned round to see him standing, pants down in the middle of the sandpit about to wee!

    I know I'm not alone so please share to make me feel less embarrassed.

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    Ok, this will horrify and alarm people and someone may call the authorities but just for you, @amyd....

    Bad weeing:

    In another siblings gumboot
    In another siblings water bottle - then offering said water bottle to sibling
    On trampoline with two sibling underneath
    At school pickup - several times
    In/near grandmas flowerpot
    On another siblings leg while in bath - this was tonight!

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    We were at the local pool last summer and DS1 decided he needed to go to the toilet. No problems but before I could get to him to take him to the toilet, he's whipped his bathers down around his ankles and was weeing straight into the pool from the edge. I must admit, I did laugh after I'd whisked him away to the toilets.

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    Also, he and his younger brother often wee on each other in the bath.

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    In a high chair at a cafe. I usually carry an emergency bag in my big Mummy bag that includes a change of clothes for DD and a terry flat to mop up said wee. Do you think I had it on this day? Nope. All we had were flimsy paper napkins in a crowded cafe that were late in bringing my breakfast and also giving me the wrong order.

    I was carrying around DS in my arms in Spotlight one day when I felt this warm liquid gush over my clothes.

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    Dd was toilet Training and I had her in a trolley at Aldi when she did a big wee in the middle of the aisle.... Ds had a nappy leak when I was doing Kindy pickup, of course it was the one time I didn't have a nappy bag, we were both saturated

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    Ds aged 3 weeing in a pot plant outside a café whilst i'm waiting for my takeaway coffee. At least he got it in a contained area.

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    In the middle of queen st mall in the garden, off people's verandas and out of a tree in new farm park... So embarrassing!

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    I have taught my DS 3 to pee on tyre of our car. We do a lot of roadside weeing. But he thinks he can just pee on strangers cars in town now. OMG.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lilypily View Post
    I have taught my DS 3 to pee on tyre of our car. We do a lot of roadside weeing. But he thinks he can just pee on strangers cars in town now. OMG.
    Lol my FIL a truck driver pees against his tyre. In the dark one night got the wrong truck and the truck drove away leaving him there.... Awkies!

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