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    No I don't let the boys go shoeless anywhere.

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    Kids always have shoes on. If they had them off in a play centre and needed the toilet I would just carry them. But at 5 shoes on definitely!!
    If I saw kids in a restroom with no shoes i would think yuck!! But I would move on with my life fairly quickly.

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    I wouldn't have said anything, but I definitely would have had my mcjudgey pants on. Gross.

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    To be honest meh I couldn't care less. I would prefer my kids wore shoes in toilets obviously but if they ran in there or something without them I wouldn't lose any sleep over it.

    As for what other parents do? I couldn't care less. There are much worse things parents could do or not do with their kids. I really don't think anyone has the right to tell another parent what they should or shouldn't be doing unless they're abusing them in some way or the child is in danger of being killed.

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    I haven't read the responses. But honestly.... 6 pages on thoughts regarding kids shoes on or off in toilets??

    Who cares, I certainly don't. To be honest I wouldn't even notice what kids were or weren't wearing in a toilet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jarylee View Post
    I haven't read the responses. But honestly.... 6 pages on thoughts regarding kids shoes on or off in toilets??

    Who cares, I certainly don't. To be honest I wouldn't even notice what kids were or weren't wearing in a toilet.
    6 pages that you just added to with your thoughts....

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    its a play center yes? when you said club I thought you ment actual drinking establishment lol
    I wouldnt actually think about it, there's probably pee, poop, snot and vomit fragments everywhere

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nemmi1987 View Post
    its a play center yes? when you said club I thought you ment actual drinking establishment lol
    I wouldnt actually think about it, there's probably pee, poop, snot and vomit fragments everywhere
    Not an actual play centre, but a big playground next to a bistro, but there still would probably be poo, pee, vomit, snot smeared everywhere!

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    Not for the faint hearted germaphobes...may you never set foot in public again

    http://www.themotherish.com/indoor-p...pment-hygiene/

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    I wouldn't let my child go barefoot in a play centre so the issue would never arise. I'd let her go into a public toilet in a play centre in her socks because they go straight in a bag and then the wash after she's finished playing but I wouldn't allow no socks. I don't even like the idea of swimming pool toilets and bare feet lol


 
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