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    Default Today my toddler taught me...

    Well, today my toddler taught me that yes, you can drink a tub of apple puree like a drink. I told him he couldn't, but boy did he show me!

    What has your toddler or child taught you?

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    Haha! No clearer mind than a toddler - so many things are possible!

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    That there is such a thing as too much chocolate.

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    The reason why she's scared of Santa is because he doesn't have a nose. I guess it does sort of look like that with the big beard??!!

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    That the little pop top water bottles from maccas come with a seal under the lid.
    I thought when he threw it, it was because he just didn't want water and wanted juice like everyone else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheGooch View Post
    That the little pop top water bottles from maccas come with a seal under the lid.
    I thought when he threw it, it was because he just didn't want water and wanted juice like everyone else.
    You would think going through a drive though in particular, that they would make it easier by not having the seal. Nothing like pulling over down the road to undo it.

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    That it is possible for a 2yo to take up nearly a whole king size bed

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