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    Quote Originally Posted by DT75 View Post
    You could compare it to a sanitary pad, yes. Not a tampon, as that actually goes inside.
    Last I head germs could crawl ..?..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maxwell's Silver Hammer View Post
    No....hell no. My kids have never ever mud played. They would be under the shower if they tried

    We go camping and everything and i have instilled cleanliness and self respect from a very early age
    Nothing wrong with playing in the mud , puddles, dirt of the garden.. Joys of being a kid... Experiences .. And yes my kids were hosed off and then in the bath after playing.. Kids are washable !! oh well each to their own

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    My kids are not just "washable". I have autistic children who are learning how to live in the real world

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pearlygirl View Post
    Didn't occur to me to chuck it out, nappies are expensive! .
    Maybe you should shop at Aldi!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DT75 View Post
    Has happened before- changing after swimming at a public pool. And, yes, I wore them.
    Just the other week I was at swimming lessons with my kid and a child peed in the shower drain hole and it went everywhere - even the areas where adults get chnaged and perhaps accidentally drop their knickers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maxwell's Silver Hammer View Post
    My kids are not just "washable". I have autistic children who are learning how to live in the real world
    Umm. So do I.

    My kids have even learnt that a bit of dirt and hard work won't kill them. So you accidentally stand in a cow pad while picking mangoes oh well it will wash off and you will have learnt that hard work will earn you a days pay.

    Maybe I am blessed that my kids have learnt to wash themselves well after a goods work or play.

    This a huge one...

    They have learnt self respect doesnt come from what you look like it comes from who you are.

    Anyhow if you dont want your kids to play in mud and dirt thats fine, your kids your way.

    Please dont infer that I am teaching my kids not to have self respect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    Thank wouldn't happen unless hubby was on restocking duty

    In priority order (top to bottom pri)

    1. Nappy from vending machine in parents room
    2. Ask another parent for a nappy
    3. Either send hubby to the closest supermarket or if it was too far away wipe over the part of the nappy that touched the ground with a cleaning wipe
    You are funny. I'm sure your hubby would love that! Hehe. ☺️

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maxwell's Silver Hammer View Post
    Mud stains, gets under nails, notting and then split ends in hair and causes blackheads even in young children. It is also teaching children that it is appropriate to not care about yourself. I believe in being creative but also respecting ones own body.

    Mud play is fine using gloves and not in hair, nails ears or on face
    My adult kids have a huge amount of self respect which I taught them to have. I also taught them to embrace life's experiences and I didn't wrap them in cotton wool.. I respect that your children are autistic and you have different ideas but please don't infer that because my 2 played in mud etc they have no self respect

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoveLivesHere View Post
    What the ....

    Mud play has nothing on earth to do with self repesct or claenliness for that matter. You can play in the mud and then go get clean.
    Totally agree
    The owner at DS pre school asked me to ask our neighbours ( who are building) if she could pinch a few buckets of dirt to make a mud container for the kids to put their hands in and play as she received a memo from who ever looks after the pre school curriculum that today's kids need to get "dirty" so to speak and have more sensory play as the concern is kids today are not allowed to touch/feel/experience anything without their parents having a panic attack!

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    Holy guacamole 😂

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