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    headoverfeet is offline The truth will set you free, but first it will **** you off. -Gloria Steinem
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    these are great!

    Strangely enough I can't think of anything 'up there' that my kids have done but as young kids my 2 brothers and I decided we would go play with matches in a wheat field in the middle of a WA heatwave set the field on fire!

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    Mine is only 6 months so worst thing he has ever done was trying to play with himself as I was attempting to change a poopy nappy and getting it all over his hands, which of course then went straight for his mouth. I managed to grab his hands before he ate any but it was his first 'solids' nappy so the smell was horrendous and it was all sticky and thick and I was struggling to breathe and he was just making it so much harder trying to play in it

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    Bad thread to read while getting baby to sleep. Shaking with silent laughter.

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    DS1 put a toilet brush in his mouth. DS2 pulled down his dacks and did a huge wee in the middle of Australia Zoo. Can't think of anything DD has done but she probably has and I'm too traumatised to remember.

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    Oh god don't get me started on toilet training... my second went through a phase where he thought his tippee cups made awesome potties..

    Id come around the corner to my 2 yo holding his minijunk over his (still milk filled) thomas tankengine tippee- golden ********* right into it!


    Poor Thomas...

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    DD1 came out of the bathroom at 18mths old 'brushing'her hair with the toilet brush - gag

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    Ds is 4 and has been toilet trained for awhile, except at night. 3 times now I have walked in to find he had done a poo in his dry nite pull up, and smeared it all over his bed base, window, and a toy (which was thrown in the bin) it was ALL over his hands like he had been playing with mud. I have NO idea why he is doing this, I have done everything, taken toys away, explained how it's yucky and can make him sick, etc. I have no idea what to do!! Except give him hell about it when he is older... I know younger kids and babies do this but he is 4!!!

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    Ds tried cleaning the bathroom with his toothbrush... Blergh!

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    Haha! I love these! Not my kids but my best friends... Her DD1 was toilet training & did a poo in the potty. mum went to get some wipes & the poo was gone.... Turns her head to see her son (about 12 months at the time) chewing on something.... Yep he ate his sisters poo lol!!! So gross yet best 21st story for him haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by MerryR View Post
    DS1 put a toilet brush in his mouth. DS2 pulled down his dacks and did a huge wee in the middle of Australia Zoo. Can't think of anything DD has done but she probably has and I'm too traumatised to remember.
    I don't know why toilets fascinate little boys so much. We've had some toilet brush experiences at our place as well


 

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