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    DS1- then 2.5 yr old, we had moved into our freshly painted, re-carpeted house we had just bought. We had been there one week. I had decided to get brand new Sheridan 1200 thread count sheets for my bed in celebration of our new home. Woke up one morning to see the walls, the carpets and my crisp white sheets covered in permanent marker... I still have parts of the wall where we couldn't scrub it off.. And the sheets were never the same. This was 3 years ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by liusadhm View Post
    DS1- then 2.5 yr old, we had moved into our freshly painted, re-carpeted house we had just bought. We had been there one week. I had decided to get brand new Sheridan 1200 thread count sheets for my bed in celebration of our new home. Woke up one morning to see the walls, the carpets and my crisp white sheets covered in permanent marker... I still have parts of the wall where we couldn't scrub it off.. And the sheets were never the same. This was 3 years ago.
    Arghh! See that'll teach you to treat yourself my mum had a similar experience. Had new white carpet put down (washable to a degree). Bought herself new red lipstick. It was a big treat, she didn't have a lot of spare cash. My brother found the lipstick and destroyed it by scribbling all over the new carpet.
    @TableDancer, I think I now have a clown phobia. That's one freaky picture! Must have been pretty funny though.

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    @Sally1981 it was pretty funny after the fact but when I first went into to check on her not so much. Actually when it come time to wash it off she didn't want to let me because, despite looking at herself in the mirror, she thought it looked beautiful 😏

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    Oh my 2 year old fits perfectly in this thread. Her most recent was on Friday... she walked into my bedroom with no pants on, covered in sudocream, saying "bit sore mummy...."
    Yep, she managed to get my handbag down off the kitchen bench, found the sudocream, took her own pants and nappy off. Her hands, legs, bum, jumper were white. Not to mention my lounge room carpet and our couch!!

    She went through a stage not long ago of ripping her nappy off and spreading poo everywhere. Shes drawn all over our walls, couch, dining table and cupboards with pens/paint/permanent texta. Shes covered herself and the floors with blue food dye. And she still thinks its hilarious to dive head first off the couch or go down slides head first (yes she has been hurt and no she doesnt learn!)

    Seriously I think I baby proof something and then she has to prove me wrong. My 4yo was never like this!

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    Ok, my boys had never done anything like this before, no drawing on walls or smearing nappy cream ev on themselves.

    But then yesterday happened....

    Ds2 picked up a blob of old dried bird poo and ate it.

    Luckily DH saw it in time and got it out of his mouth.

    Eww.

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    DD never did anything like this. Ever. She is almost 6. DS on the other hand.. Has drawn on the wall, floor and table before (Thanks to DD forgetting to put her things away), climbs everything! He dragged a chair to the kitchen bench the other day and dropped an egg on the floor.

    Nothing with poo thank god!!


 

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