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    Quote Originally Posted by Lil M View Post
    What about dads and sons? Which toilet should a dad take his 3/4/5 year old son to?
    It's no different. Parents room first then if not available, dad would take to men's and mum would take to ladies

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    And where am I supposed to take my 7 year old DS or DP's 6 year old DS? Tonight at the soccer I had to take 2 year old DD and DP's 6 year old DS to the loo. I sure as hell wasn't going to the men's!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tainted View Post
    I went out to a gig last night and had the pleasure of coming across blood on the toilet seat and toilet paper dispenser (in the women's toilet). Almost took a photo for this thread!
    And this is why I am a hoverer! There was a hover thread a while back you could have added the photo too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bumpmakes2 View Post
    It's no different. Parents room first then if not available, dad would take to men's and mum would take to ladies
    I agree, the question was more for the PP' s that preferred dad take their daughter into the ladies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lil M View Post
    I agree, the question was more for the PP' s that preferred dad take their daughter into the ladies.
    Oops sorry!

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    What a lot of fuss over toilets!
    As a man, it never occurred to me to take my daughter to the ladies toilet. I'd be a bit surprised to see a woman bring her son into the gents!

    I think a more interesting question is change-rooms at pools, where one is likely to encounter actual nudity. A local pool has signs saying children over 4 are not allowed in opposite-gender change rooms. Yes - four years old!
    Of course people just ignore it, as there is no "family" change room (just a disabled toilet). I don't think kids at that age should be expected to wash and change unassisted.

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    OK I'll bite. The disabled toilets are the family room at the pools and everywhere else. I thought everyone knew that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DesperatelySeekingSleep View Post
    OK I'll bite. The disabled toilets are the family room at the pools and everywhere else. I thought everyone knew that.
    But I don't want to change in a smelly toilet cubicle. And there is no shower.
    Googling, other places have an age limit of 7 or 8, when the kids are old enough to go in unaccompanied.

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    Quote Originally Posted by goldtoe View Post
    But I don't want to change in a smelly toilet cubicle. And there is no shower.
    Googling, other places have an age limit of 7 or 8, when the kids are old enough to go in unaccompanied.
    Well an even better reason to stomp your feet and demand better facilities. I don't know many places thanks that don't provide a family change area.


 

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