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black mold between toddler DS's toes!!!

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WouldBeHarrietVane Sun 07-Jul-13 17:27:17

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WouldBeHarrietVane Sun 07-Jul-13 19:25:05

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WouldBeHarrietVane Sun 07-Jul-13 19:26:10

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WouldBeHarrietVane Sun 07-Jul-13 19:32:57

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usualsuspect Sun 07-Jul-13 19:38:29

I'm glad it's gone if it was worrying you.

You big daftie grin

WouldBeHarrietVane Sun 07-Jul-13 19:40:54

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piprabbit Sun 07-Jul-13 19:44:41

Glad he is OK!

A couple of weeks ago I was getting my DS dressed in the morning and was horrified to see that his willy had turned green - from the crease where it joins his body and then fading gradually towards the tip.

Turns out he'd taken a green felt tip to bed the previous night and had spent a fun half hour colouring in his willy.

It took ages to come off. It's still slightly tinged.

WouldBeHarrietVane Sun 07-Jul-13 19:51:08

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Pimpf Mon 08-Jul-13 00:23:36

Glad all is good

WouldBeHarrietVane Mon 08-Jul-13 08:25:40

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Ragusa Mon 08-Jul-13 21:57:49

This thread has made me laugh. Glad it's all ok. We have had a number of 'oh my good grief, what's that?!?! oh, it's glitter/sand/pen' moments. The green ink Willy takes the prize though, piprabbit.

Squashed blueberries will stain anything they come into contact with, including skin... just sayin.

joanofarchitrave Mon 08-Jul-13 22:01:11

piprabbit grin i am SO going to colour in my foof tonight.

PowerPants Mon 08-Jul-13 23:02:34

Very relieved he hasn't gone off.

We did the whole 'rush him to A and E' when his pee was bright red (later turned out he'd been at the beetroot) blush

WouldBeHarrietVane Mon 08-Jul-13 23:06:41

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piprabbit Tue 09-Jul-13 01:10:17

joan - don't forget to update us with photos on your profile grin.
India Knight did admit to colouring in her roots with sharpies in this week's Sunday Times - maybe you could try a blue or green sharpie?

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