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    Default WWYD: poop in the bath.

    So another poster got me thinking I am strange. I want to know what everyone does when a kid poos in the bath. I'm talking completely healthy kid, no gastro, nice firm poo.

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    Scream for hubby to get the poo out, hand bub to hubby and then jump out the bath quick smart

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    I have a "poop scoop".
    Scoop it up and flush it down.
    Carry on as normal


    Edit: I'm a nurse therefore not precious about poo.

    Oh I'd also like to clarify I don't let her drink the bath water lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by HappyBovine View Post
    My kids are older so hasn't happened to us in years.

    I used to empty the bath, throw the poo in the toilet and clean the bath and then refill and put the kids back in.
    This^

    Except if Dp was there I would make him get the poo out.

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    My niece did this to me when I was 19 years old and my first reaction was to pick her up out of the bath and flee, leaving the bath and offending poo for her parents to deal with when they got home. :-)

    Now a days, I'd get dd out, empty the bath, flush the poop, probably shower dd and then clean the bath once she was in bed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BettyV View Post

    Now a days, I'd get dd out, empty the bath, flush the poop, probably shower dd and then clean the bath once she was in bed.
    We do this outa bath into shower

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    Kids out of the bath, poo out, scrub bath, re-bath kids.

    It has happened way too often

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    My nearly 4 month old DS poo'd in the bath when I was in it with him a week or so ago.
    It was breastfed infant poo and not great.
    Add to that I can't get out of the bath with bub on my own so had to call DF to get bub, get him into the shower to clean him off while I emptied poo bath and waited for my turn in shower.
    That's what I did !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Miss Sunshine View Post
    I have a "poop scoop".
    Scoop it up and flush it down.
    Carry on as normal


    Edit: I'm a nurse therefore not precious about poo.

    Oh I'd also like to clarify I don't let her drink the bath water lol
    This ^^

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    Out of the bath, remove poo, clean bath, re-bath. You'e hardly going to be clean if you bath in a bath you've pooped in.


 

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