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    Default Gross things your kids have done

    So, the other day, my DS went to play in a playground. He came back to me after a bit, and his pants were wet, and smelled of pee. I thought oh, his nappy's had a leak. Nope, his nappy wasn't wet. He'd sat in some other kid's pee. Couldn't strip him off fast enough.

    So, what gross things have your kids done?

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    The other day dd touched the cat's bum. Like a bullseye. ick

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    My dd1 loves to stick a finger or two up her bum and tries to make us smell them.

    I used to laugh but it's no longer funny.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Miss Sunshine View Post
    My dd1 loves to stick a finger or two up her bum and tries to make us smell them.

    I used to laugh but it's no longer funny.....
    OMG haha

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    DS1 constantly picks his nose and eats it. Turns his nose up at my cooking, but will happily eat the contents of said nose!

    The other day he came in asking me to wash his hands as he had dog poo on them. Apparently he thought it was a fun game to push rocks into piles of dog poo, but then missed and his fingers went in. I almost vomited and made DH deal with it.

    DS2 vomits on his hands and then sucks on them. But he is only 3 months old, so I guess it's kind of excusable...but still totally gross!

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    When DS was only a few months old we were in the bath together and he let go of the biggest poo. It sat on top of the water like an oil slick moving closer and closer to me ugh! But as Frankenmum said, excusable given his age.
    Now he's not particularly gross. He likes to be clean. The worst is trying to shove his half eaten food into my mouth, all soggy. Or wanting to drink out of my water bottle and leaving floaties every single time. Even when he hasn't eaten anything!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frankenmum View Post
    DS1 constantly picks his nose and eats it. Turns his nose up at my cooking, but will happily eat the contents of said nose!

    The other day he came in asking me to wash his hands as he had dog poo on them. Apparently he thought it was a fun game to push rocks into piles of dog poo, but then missed and his fingers went in. I almost vomited and made DH deal with it.

    DS2 vomits on his hands and then sucks on them. But he is only 3 months old, so I guess it's kind of excusable...but still totally gross!
    Urghh...These, esp the last, made me gag!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheGooch View Post
    When DS was only a few months old we were in the bath together and he let go of the biggest poo. It sat on top of the water like an oil slick moving closer and closer to me ugh! But as Frankenmum said, excusable given his age.
    Now he's not particularly gross. He likes to be clean. The worst is trying to shove his half eaten food into my mouth, all soggy. Or wanting to drink out of my water bottle and leaving floaties every single time. Even when he hasn't eaten anything!
    My middle boy was known as Captain Backwash for a very long time.

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    I wiped my 2yos nose and accidentally pushed a booger into her mouth. She picked it out, looked at it, then promptly shoved it back in again

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wise Enough View Post
    I wiped my 2yos nose and accidentally pushed a booger into her mouth. She picked it out, looked at it, then promptly shoved it back in again
    Oh god I'm glad none of my kids have turned out to be booger eaters...what with the boogie eating thing? I've accidentally got snot in my mouth before (don't ask) ... and it does not taste good....at all...
    But my 5yo DS can not keep his finger out of his nose. So disgusting...kids are gross


 

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