Flipping poo

Cloth nappies, disposies, potty training... the inevitable result of BLW. What goes in, must come out.

Re: Flipping poo

Postby Marrow » 11 May 2016, 00:34

Hmm might be a good idea. Though I'm not sure re-introducing a potty is going to go down well. Or be easy to unreintroduce (which is totally a word, btw). Will have a think - thanks!
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Re: Flipping poo

Postby StJuniper » 11 May 2016, 02:38

Unreintroduce is definitely a word in parenting.
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Re: Flipping poo

Postby emzit » 11 May 2016, 05:45

Marrow wrote:So we've agreed that next poo, it's going to go on top of the cistern. Then I think it might make it out of the bathroom entirely.


I had to read that about five times before I realised you meant that NAPPY would go on the cistern and might make it out of the loo. I thought you were talking about the pooing andy was really unsure what direction you were going with all this... :)

Well done C!
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Re: Flipping poo

Postby Marrow » 11 May 2016, 07:57

:D
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Re: Flipping poo

Postby EnigmaFish » 11 May 2016, 20:53

emzit wrote:
Marrow wrote:So we've agreed that next poo, it's going to go on top of the cistern. Then I think it might make it out of the bathroom entirely.


I had to read that about five times before I realised you meant that NAPPY would go on the cistern and might make it out of the loo. I thought you were talking about the pooing andy was really unsure what direction you were going with all this... :)

Well done C!

I had the same problem the first time I read Marrow's post. Then again, it's also taken me several days to realise that the subject has nothing to do with throwing and everything to do with cursing.
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Re: Flipping poo

Postby yorkshirepudding » 11 May 2016, 21:05

EF that's brilliant, so many revolting images now!
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Re: Flipping poo

Postby Kitcameron » 12 May 2016, 06:33

I somehow missed several posts so was greeted with the post about the poo on the cistern lol.

SM has a potty in her room too to use at night because she still has a baby gate on her door. She wouldn't stay in bed at bedtime if she didn't still have the gate on. She rarely uses it now but it's there if she does need it. She was shouting me saying she needed the loo when she didnt really, she was just bored and wanted to be let out of her room at stupid o clock in the morning.
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