My mum had two girls and therefore didn't know to warn me about the dangers of baby boys and their doodles.
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04-09-2013 14:48 #21
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05-09-2013 13:33 #22
See this is why I can't fathom having a boy. I only have a 18 month old daughter.
i would find that so confronting. The whole cleaning it and changing him would freak me out.
is that normal!?
05-09-2013 13:54 #23Senior Member
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05-09-2013 14:06 #24
Yes my 3 yr old has always occasionally got them, more often now he's older. Had to laugh yesterday when he was sitting on the toilet pushing it down trying to wee with a confused and annoyed look on his face haha.
05-09-2013 14:23 #25
05-09-2013 15:06 #26
Lol. Completely normal. Even my ds1 with spina bifida gets them. Ds2 gets them more often than ds1.
05-09-2013 15:17 #27Senior Member
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Yes but I hate when I can feel it through his nappy! Haha doodles are funny things
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