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    On his twin brothers head in the shower...

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    My daughter is 4 and has been toilet trained for 2 years but every.single.time she hops in a pool or bath she wees. Doesn't matter if she went to the toilet first, still does it. So awkward in public places when she walks in and I see her just stand still while a trail runs down her leg!

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    And it continues.

    We went shopping yesterday and the kids were playing on the playground in the middle of the mall - I look up from feeding ds3 and here's ds2 with his pants around his knees about to pee on the ground. Just a little embarrassed.

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    My DS1 is such an inappropriate wee-er and he is 5 now, so it is really embarrasing. He still will wee on the grass at the park, usually before I notice, and no matter how many times I tell him to go behind a tree he will wee right in the middle of everyone.
    He also regularly wee's in the driveway when we get out of the car, rather than waiting 2 seconds to get inside.

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    Oh these are giving me a giggle!

    Best one I can think of is my DS2. When he was training we let him pee off our deck. This was fine until one afternoon he decided to give our poor old 14 year old red cattle dog a golden shower. Said dog was highly unimpressed 😝

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    I was bathing ds yesterday and gave him his toothbrush as usual, he promptly touched it to his willy and put it in his mouth! I was shocked to say the least.

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    DS3 has wee'd in the fridge and the pantry this week, and pooed on DS1's bedroom floor. Needless to say, our beginning to learning to toilet himself is off to a rocky start.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LlamaMa View Post
    DS3 has wee'd in the fridge and the pantry this week, and pooed on DS1's bedroom floor. Needless to say, our beginning to learning to toilet himself is off to a rocky start.
    In the fridge?! That is the best one I've heard.

    DS2 peed on my boot today - on purpose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amyd View Post
    In the fridge?! That is the best one I've heard.

    DS2 peed on my boot today - on purpose.
    Yep, he was standing there looking at his yogurt options, the fridge has a ledge perfect for Mr 2yo to stand on.

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    DS2 sleep pees (like sleep walking but peeing), he's done it on many walls in the house including the hallway, my bedroom walls, the toilet door and walls. He has peed all over the toilet with the seat and lid down, on my bedside table, on my bed missing his brothers head by mere centimeters. Umm.. there is more too, i just can't think of them atm.


 

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