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    Put my phone into the shower while I was in there. Luckily I managed to save it!

    Drew over almost every wall in the house with green crayon while I was in the shower. Thank God for washable crayons!

    Ripped up a pile of junk mail into tiny pieces and spread it all over the house.... While I was in the shower.

    Seeing a pattern here? I think this kid just doesn't want me to shower!!

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    Used the dog bowl as a ladle to drink water from the dog's water bucket. Gross.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BettyW View Post
    Used the dog bowl as a ladle to drink water from the dog's water bucket. Gross.
    Hilarious and gross! Reminds me of the time when I turned around to see my DD on all fours lapping water out of the dog bowl at our local dog park. So gross.

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    This thread makes me wish there was some kind of toddler boarding school you could send them to, and get them back when they're around 5 years old and not completely insane.
    My almost one year old is just on the cusp of turning into a devious, tantruming toddler, I'm terrified


    (I wouldn't really send him to a toddler boarding school in case anyone is horrified at reading that. But I'm sure I'll wish I could many more times in the coming years.)

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    I would totally be in on a toddler boarding school!

    Just now as I was typing that, dd picked up something off the ground and popped it straight into her mouth. Did she like it? No. So she gave it to mummy. Thanks, dear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SAgirl View Post
    Lol was she doing a dark knight impersonation? 😂😂
    That's exactly what she looked like 😳 it was not easy to clean off all of that mascara!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BettyW View Post
    Used the dog bowl as a ladle to drink water from the dog's water bucket. Gross.
    reminds me of that toddler in China who was drinking the fish water with a straw of his parents fish shop. It wasn't even clear water, more so water that haven't been changed for days with way too many fishes in it
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    Quote Originally Posted by ExcuseMyFrench View Post
    reminds me of that toddler in China who was drinking the fish water with a straw of his parents fish shop. It wasn't even clear water, more so water that haven't been changed for days with way too many fishes in it
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    I just kept telling myself 'building up immunity, building up immunity' 😣

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    Quote Originally Posted by ExcuseMyFrench View Post
    reminds me of that toddler in China who was drinking the fish water with a straw of his parents fish shop. It wasn't even clear water, more so water that haven't been changed for days with way too many fishes in it
    omg.

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    My ex husband was watching my oldest dd one day. She was rolling everywhere at that stage. Ex got distracted by his computer and had left the baby gate open. I found dd in the cat litter eating cat droppings.

    Ewwwwwwwww

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