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    Quote Originally Posted by PinkPopsicle View Post
    Little squirt; spray poop off into toilet and keep nappy bucket close by to chuck straight in
    Also comes in handy for poop accidents in knickers / jocks
    Just make sure to have it hit the nappy at the right angle to avoid ending up with a face full of pooey water. Ask me how I know.

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    We had a nappy washer (like the little squirt). Worked great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SSecret Squirrel View Post
    Just make sure to have it hit the nappy at the right angle to avoid ending up with a face full of pooey water. Ask me how I know.
    lol yes I'd been warned about the dangers of those thanks to Crappypictures
    Screen Shot 2016-03-23 at 9.44.48 PM.jpg
    http://crappypictures.com/cloth-diap...nd-the-crappy/

    I can't see anywhere we could attach one in our bathroom though, all of the plumbing and taps and stuff seems to be enclosed in the walls.

    Those using polar fleece liners, I assume you wash and reuse those?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rosey82 View Post
    I hear you on the toddler poop! Is TT an option? DD is 20 months & has started telling me when she needs to poop so we've been getting quite a few in the pot.
    I hadn't actually considered TT happening anytime soon, I don't think he has the communication skills yet to either tell me his butt status or to follow any instructions. Which I assume is needed? Unless you take an EC approach? I haven't actually started learning about any of this yet!

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    Yes wash/reuse the polar fleece liners. Regular polar fleece is too thick it has to be the micro polar fleece.
    With the TT it depends on the child, if DD wasn't saying "poo pot" half an hour before she does a poo I wouldn't be bothering! I know people who's toddlers have regular poop times will just watch for the signs and stick them on toilet/pot around that time hope for the best, then positive reinforcement if it happens, so a bit like EC I guess?
    I wouldn't stress if you don't think he's ready.

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    I used to use microfleece liners and a Little Squirt. Worked perfect.

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    I know of people who swish the nappy through the toilet as it flushes. I never got to the toddler poo stage last time I uses cloth nappies but that's what a lot of my cloth nappy friends recommend!


 

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