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Wrong place but shit and piss and fckuty fcuk

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Mmmbacon Sun 17-Nov-13 19:59:19

Ds asking to use potty for poos, so we have potty about and I am happy to pop him on potty or toilet when her asks but usually he has finished when we get there,

So just few mins ago, ds who is just 2.1 asked for toilet, I took nappy off and popped him on potty, he sat for a minute but no results, I figured he might go again in a minute as he usually has a before bed poo, so I left him bare arsed,

he came to me to tell me he was doing poo instead of going the 3 feet to the potty, ended up pooing in floor and I stood on it not realising he was standing not squating so I didn't realise, so I begin clean up and he is still bare arsed and when I go to clean his bum, put nappy on, yep you guessed it he had pissd all over floor,

is there someone you can pay to tt little boys, had planned on tt at christmas but after the lsat 5 mins think I might just farm him out to someone else

DeckSwabber Sun 17-Nov-13 20:04:27

One day you'll look back on all this with warm glow of nostalgia...

Grin and bear. This too will pass.

LimitedEditionLady Sun 17-Nov-13 20:06:47

Im sorry but

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAAAAAA

it was standing in his poo that did it.I actually LOLd

MrsMcEnroe Sun 17-Nov-13 20:07:22

Nursery??

Or put a nappy on him and wait until spring...???

I'm so glad I'm past this phase, you have my deepest sympathy shudders at memory of DD taking six months before she would poo in a toilet

LimitedEditionLady Sun 17-Nov-13 20:08:19

Ahem ill compose myself.
Dont worry,he will get it in time.Most big people I know generally can use the lav so im sure he will achieve this.

lemontwist Sun 17-Nov-13 20:12:49

You'll get through it! With DS1 I nipped upstairs then came back in room to find a terrible stench. He had been wandering about with bare bum but missed the potty, stood in it them clambered EVERYWHERE! There was a trail of foorprints round the room, up onto the sofa, right along all the seats and back again.
I had only been two minutes!!!
Just about to try putting it off bigtime to train DS2.

Rowlers Sun 17-Nov-13 20:15:41

So glad we're beyond this stage ...
You have my sympathy

Mmmbacon Sun 17-Nov-13 20:18:23

Oh lemon twist, that made me laugh,, dd was a dream to tt, she was 2.2 and trained day and night in a week flat, think ds is going to make me.work for it,

God love him he was so proud he had told me he was doing poos, had a big smile on his face whole I was clearing it up, saying look mammy poo poos

monicalewinski Sun 17-Nov-13 20:22:20

My pfb crawled under the xmas tree and left a 'present' at my mum's on his 1st xmas.

Apparently he had just repeated history and was following in my footsteps blush

BobaFetaCheese Sun 17-Nov-13 20:22:53

Sympathies.

DS1 pissed on my Pan Au Chocolate today.

He came over to me, butt out, needing a wee so I put the plate with my warm, gooey, delightful P.A.C on the floor & motioned to the potty next to the sofa...at this point he noticed MY P.a.c 'oooohed' and marked it like a Tom Cat.

sad

pianodoodle Sun 17-Nov-13 20:23:22

DD pooed on the conservatory floor during the summer after taking her swim nappy off.

I went out to the kitchen to get cleaning stuff and when I came back in the dog had eaten it... boak sad

Mmmbacon Sun 17-Nov-13 20:28:13

Agh plan doodle I nearly boaked myself reading that, uugh poor dog,

Why is it that cleaning up poo of your own dc, is some how not as stomach churning as cleaning a loo or other grotty tasks

Scrappydoodle Sun 17-Nov-13 20:33:09

Do you think 2.1 years is quite young to toilet train? I started with my DS the day after his third birthday and he picked it up in a couple of weeks. Obviously, he had the odd accident at night due to excess drinks but in the main, he was fine. Probably best to leave it a few months, at least til 2.6 months I reckon.

I might get flamed for this suggestion but why not put him in a pair of pants? If he sees, he won't like the feeling of wet pants against his skin & at least the will absorb some of the wee. If he poos in the pants, the poo won't be on your floor either?

Moving from nappies to jocks, difficult times ahead.

LegoStillSavesMyLife Sun 17-Nov-13 20:37:21

Ahhhh this takes me back.

It was a warm July day two years ago....

i was sobbing over the sink trying to wash shit of my sandals as yet again ds2 had shat anywhere but the toilet. DH walked in took one look at me binned the sandals and poured me a glass of wine. God I love that man.

Mmmbacon. I'd put him back in nappies and wait for him to ask.

That should be *wees and *they instead of 'sees' and 'the'

JustALittleGreen Sun 17-Nov-13 20:42:21

I found a poo on my bedroom floor the other day. No idea how it got there as, to the best of my knowledge, dd hadn't been nappy free. But there it was, a poo. Thankfully it was nice and compact so easily to pick up with loo roll, no residue left behind.

Look at what I have become <weeps>

PoppyWearer Sun 17-Nov-13 20:42:31

Huuuuuge sympathies as DC2 (DS) is also 2yo and starting to use the potty.

DC1 was very painful to potty train so I'm trying to put it off with DC2.

But I did giggle at "pissed on my pain au chocolat". (Would have annoyed me very very much.)

FusilliJerry Sun 17-Nov-13 20:48:15

dd2 has been potty trained since january, However, she's been ill this week, I went to check on her before bed, to find she'd unusually pooed herself. got sleepy dd up to change wtih dp helping. Mid eeking off the pj's, she erupts a fountain of vomit everywhere. Desperately tried to catch it to no avail, all over the bathroom.

Mmmbacon Sun 17-Nov-13 21:45:44

Dd is 12 now, a few years back she got proper winter vomiting bug, I say proper as the poor child as she desperately tried to make her way to loo, process to vomit her way along the hall, the projectile nature of said vomit meant it bounced off floor and hit the walls up to 3 feet high, I spent an hour on the phone to my mam on speaker charting away with done and bucket and rubber gloves, I had to keep talking as when I stopped to think what I was trying to clean up I started heaving,

At least ds didnt ready spread anywhere only onto my shoe so was cleaned up in 5 mins lol

Mmmbacon Sun 17-Nov-13 21:47:44

Sorry swype phone, that was meant to be sponge not done

Gossipmonster Sun 17-Nov-13 21:50:45

DD was about 6 months old when I PT DS1 who was two.

He shat on the floor without my knowledge and she crawling through it, played with it and ate it.

Not my proudest parenting moment grin

RaspberryRuffle Italy Sun 17-Nov-13 21:54:05

Friends came to visit recently on the 4th day of toilet training their toddler who was apparently getting to grips with weeing in the potty and was to be highly praised. As it happened he hadn't done a poo all week, had pants off to pee in potty and promptly shat on our new rug.
They clapped!!! that he had done a poo "nearly in the potty".

RaspberryRuffle Italy Sun 17-Nov-13 21:56:09

Monicalewinski were you toilet training your less than 1 year old baby or do you just not like your mum's Christmas dinner? wink

LST Sun 17-Nov-13 21:58:08

We are tt. DS is now 2 weeks past 2. We just put him in pants. We sometimes have one accident, sometimes a few but the last 4 days have been dry completely. He's been nappyless for 3 weeks today. I wouldn't bother with pull ups. I find that that is basically saying it's ok to pee. Good luck

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