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    Quote Originally Posted by BigRedV View Post
    are you seriously worried that much about germs? Your kids have been in daycare, they should have strong immune systems by now.
    You asked a rhetorical question?

    ( there are some germs that aren't easy to get over - staph, hepatitis etc).

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    I think you would wrestle the mum into the urine and say wtf are u doing. Don't u know how are unhygienic this **** is?

    Then grab the glen 20 spray, pine o clean wipes from your bag and clean the playground. Walk to management and ask for life time ban on parent

    Pull up for sure. When TT we even put kids in pull ups in the car no accidents yet but I do not want pee on my $800 car seat!! Yuck

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    Quote Originally Posted by littleriv View Post
    My child would be the one licking the poles in the play centre. Yum.
    Icy poles right?

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    Structural poles.

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    Doesn't bother me much. Im super lazy and hate cleaning up accidents so my DD was always in pull ups until i was confidant we could go out without an accident. Its one of those things i accept as being a risk of having kids. I've caught them both playing in the toilet and i know for a fact they have both drunk bath water with their own pee in it. My DD even ate some goose crap once. A bit of playground urine is not enough of a problem that i would restrict my or any other child from a fun activity like a play cafe etc

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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    You asked a rhetorical question?

    ( there are some germs that aren't easy to get over - staph, hepatitis etc).
    No, it wasn't rhetorical. I was genuinely interested given your threads/posts about shoes inside, dropping nappies on floor, changing baby on footpath etc. I get the impression that you are unnecessarily anxious about these things. Could be wrong, though.

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    Just got home from another indoor playground. DS1 changed his clothes as usual .....then went and played with the 'new' and yet to be cleaned second hand toy we bought at the shops.


 

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