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    I would use it without a second thought.

    I spent the day retrieving dummies and toys from the floor of a plane and airport and didn't think anything of it. I probably should have read this thread first.

    I had been travelling to sick my ill dad, who is severely immune comprised at the moment. I am very careful about hygiene around him. My toddler with a healthy immune system however, will be perfectly fine with a nappy off the ground. She also uses second hand MCNs, I can only imagine the uproar that might cause.

    I had severe cystic acne as a teenager. I went to many doctors and dermatologist and I don't recall any of them mentioning mud as a cause. It was finally cleared with roaccutane and thankfully I didn't have to give up jumping in muddy puddles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Olive Oil View Post
    It's a study that shows the average, not everyone. I know you know that and having a child with allergies would be incredibly frustrating (especially with people passing stupid comments). My siblings and I spent our childhood in mud and outdoors, 2 of us have no allergies and 2 of us do. If dirt was the cure, imagine!!

    I just thought it was relevant to the conversation, definitely NOT directed and parents with allergic children!!

    Understand why it gave you the s$$)/, apologies as its not my intention at all.
    No need to apologise

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    Oh man, this thread is giving me such a laugh. It's definitely a bizarre community this Bub Hub land.

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    I don't think she meant that playing in mud would cause early puberty - I think she meant that if puberty hits at an age when kids still want to play in the mud that the dirt would make their acne worse.

    I don't agree with that by the way, but I think that's where she was going with it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by meredithgrey View Post
    Easy. When getting changed in a public toilet after swimming or when camping.

    You need to pray to the public toilet gods that your toilet will
    a) have a toilet lid or b) a hook on the back of the door to hang a bag.
    The lack of either or both of this makes the toilet changing juggle incredibly difficult, especially with swimming and trying to keep the wet stuff away from the dry stuff.

    You then need to attempt the pants-changing dance routine which involves keeping your feet in your shoes (thongs are ideal) and not touching the toilet floor when taking off and putting on undies and pants.

    This part of the toilet-changing routine is most high-risk for undie dropping and must be attempted with the most delicate care. It doesn't matter how much of a rush you are, you must attempt this part calmly and slowly.

    Haha..... Yeah, what she said!

    For the record I am not saying that I think you shouldn't use the nappy. I just wondered if people had the same standards (one way or the other) for themselves as for their bub.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedCreamingSoda View Post
    Haha..... Yeah, what she said!

    For the record I am not saying that I think you shouldn't use the nappy. I just wondered if people had the same standards (one way or the other) for themselves as for their bub.
    Nappies are much more 'solid' than undies though. I mean if undies fall on the floor, it's unlikely they will land either outside on the floor or inside on the floor... it's highly likely they will land in a twisted heap with both touching the floor. Nappies will land either one way or the other.

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    I'm gobsmacked there is 19 pages of this. but anyhoo.

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