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    Default Question for people with toddler boys.

    do you let your little ones run around "free balling" or do you have them wear underwear when home?

    my little one only wears underwear when going out, otherwise he dosnt wear them.

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    We used to let him run around with no underpants but now that DD is older its pants on.

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    'no pants' was the way we toilet trained our boy over summer. He's now 2.5 and we have him in undies and pants all day now. he just wasn't capable of pulling his pants down in time to get to the toilet and I had a newborn so needed him to be able to go to the toilet by himself. When we went out I had to be more onto it of course because nudity isn't an option in public

    Any visitors we had copped an eye full over summer lol

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    My ds is still in nappy's so no we don't when summer comes around we probably will we did it a little last summer.
    Because my ds doesn't know when he is going to the toilet it's hard to do.

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    My boys wear pants now all the time, they are 3&4 when they were younger they could be nakid if they wanted.

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    My son is 4 in September, and since he stopped wearing nappies at home at about 2, he is mostly sans pants. He discards them the first time he goes to the toilet during the day. He goes out in the garden without them either. He seems to be very comfortable without pants, lol.

    I put undies on when we go out or if visitors are here.

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    My ds hates pants & undies, i let him go nudie sometimes but its too cold atm, not that it bothers him. I had to make him wear them cause he was refusing to wear them even with visitors over

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    Its winter and freezing here at the moment, and to be honest I just got sick of them weeing on the carpet! So no, no freeballing here.

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    My boy is really lazy when it comes to pulling his pants up. He can do it I have seen him do it but yet he gets me to, that's the main reason he just wears pants an no undies. When he decides that he wants to do it all the time we will start undies. I just don't wanna fight with him so I just do it.

    I'm about to start toilet training my dd she is starting to pull her nappies off so maybe if she pulls her own pants up DS will copy lol.

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    My 7 and 4 year old NEVER wear underwear no matter where they go. when ds1 started school I tried to make him wear undies to school but got sick of the arguements everyday. They simply hate them.

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