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    Default Another bathroom thread

    So... another conversation starter.

    Are you an open bathroom door family?

    That is, do you let your DP in the bathroom while you are using the toilet, and do you go in the bathroom while your DP is using the toilet?

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    For a quick wee yes, door is open, people around etc but for #2 no DP allowed. Kids idc but no DP...!!

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    In our current house, the toilet is separate from the bathroom so there is no reason for DH to come in while I'm in there and vice versa, but we keep the door open just because we are lazy lol we often communicate through the open door as well. DH does this more often than I do. Kids come in to the toilet all the time to see what I'm doing lol

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    Yes and no. It depends when I'm perfectly healthy, not pregnant with all the urgency that entails then no I don't pee in front of DH. He does in front of me. When I'm unwell or pregnant like now then if I need to go I need to go lol

    As for no 2 nope not a shared activity. As for kids well - I wish I could go to the toilet in peace and without DS2 ha ha

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    Yes, open door toileting in our house. I have one rule, no pooing when I'm showering and I am the same with DH.

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    Sometimes my DH will use the toilet for a number 1 if I'm in the shower. We only have one bathroom and no separate toilet.

    No way do we have an open door policy for number 2's, though very occasionally DS will interrupt me if he needs to use the toilet himself - this doesn't bother me.

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    No. We're closed doors for sure. The only time I've wee-ed in front of dh was when I was in labour! Dd is a different story. I've accepted that toddlers don't take kindly to closed toilet doors.

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    For number one, yes. For number two, ewww no!!

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    Depends on my mood.


 

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