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To wee whilst carrying DS?

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Gemjar Thu 07-Jul-11 20:26:16

Not really a serious query, but I was thinking today what if I am out with DS in his sling and nature calls?

WIBU if I were to just go with him right there in the sling or is that a bit gross?

Jojay Thu 07-Jul-11 20:27:11

I used to blush

Paschaelina Thu 07-Jul-11 20:27:20

I do it all the time. Needs must, and all that, besides, what would you do with him, put him on the toilet floor?

catgirl1976 Thu 07-Jul-11 20:27:31

Sounds fine to me

DorisIsAPinkDragon Thu 07-Jul-11 20:30:57

He won't care so why should you?

over thinking a little maybe, he's spent nine months tucked up next to your vital organs a bit of wee won't hurt.

chocolateteabag Thu 07-Jul-11 20:31:18

I do it with my DS. DH has done it too when carrying him in the open air.
Try it with him out of the sling and you will have fun! And not be able to get your trousers done back up

bumpybecky Thu 07-Jul-11 20:32:01

I used to, but be careful of the tails if he's in a wrap sling.....

DoMeDon Thu 07-Jul-11 20:32:21

YANBU - DD often sits on my lap while I'm on toilet.

TakeMeDrunkImHome Thu 07-Jul-11 20:34:21

As long as you stop doing it by the age of about 26 grin

Um... I nearly had sex whilst mei-teing my DS2.

So I don't think weeing is such a biggie, I have to say!

Gemjar Thu 07-Jul-11 20:37:39

lol, i'm not really concerned about it tbh, I just thought about it as it seemed a bit strange that it hadn't come up already.

I have this image of me looking at DS whilst weeing and him giving me a 'wtf are you doing?' expression

MorticiaAddams Thu 07-Jul-11 20:39:36

I thought it was just part of motherhood to wee with one child on your lap and another banging on the door.

LineRunner Thu 07-Jul-11 20:43:39

I've gone for a wee whilst on the phone to my dad.

He didn't know, though.

But he goes on for hours ...

Also I've opened a winebox whilst on the phone to my dad and drunk about half of it. It was like playing the alcoholic bagpipes.

He didn't know about that, either.

I just tell him I'm emptying the tumble drier.

StrandedHouseElf Thu 07-Jul-11 20:44:17

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smokinaces Thu 07-Jul-11 20:45:35

absolutely fine. Have peed whilst holding one of the DSs. Cant exactly lay them on the floor of the loo grin

smokinaces Thu 07-Jul-11 20:47:14

Gemjar, I dont get to pee in peace at all. In fact DS1 and 2 (5 and 3) often sit and chat to me (not my choice!!) whilst I am peeing/pooing. I have had them giving me sanitary products before as well!!

They are just starting to get the idea that Mummy needs some alone time!!!

hugeleyoutnumbered Thu 07-Jul-11 20:50:07

not sure I can pee without an audience anymore wink

HipHopOpotomus Thu 07-Jul-11 20:53:36

I do it. Sometimes even parents just gotta go!

HipHopOpotomus Thu 07-Jul-11 20:55:24

smoking I told my 3yo I'm a big girl and can go on my own thanks! And it worked grin

Daydreaming Thu 07-Jul-11 21:06:07

My dd is 5 and she has only recently decided to give me some privacy while doing a poo!!!
She used to love sitting on my lap while I was on the toilet!!!! I think it's all perfectly normal and natural....

fuzzpig Thu 07-Jul-11 21:09:32

Don't see anything wrong with it. Didn't use slings much, but at home both DCs have often been on my lap.

DH takes DS (22m) up for a wee with him, although it's almost got a bit icky when DS tried to grab hold of the stream grin

Pippinintherain Thu 07-Jul-11 21:11:34

I once had a wee in a public toilet while back carrying my toddler.

I ended up getting loo roll wrapped around my head grin

tinkertitonk Thu 07-Jul-11 21:16:51

As long as you drop your drawers first.

QueeferSutherland Thu 07-Jul-11 21:24:20

Much better than going in a public toilet when you haven't got a sling; you can't put them on the floor and jeans are a bitch to do up one handed.

ChocolateIsAFoodGroup Thu 07-Jul-11 21:24:20

Wait until your DS can talk 'Mummy, are you bleeding? Why? Does it hurt? Can I see? Can I look? What is that you are putting up your vagina?'

(And later, while I'm serilising my diva cup: 'What is that? What are you doing? Can I stir it? - I was boiling it on the stove; I think he thought I was cooking something....)

Weird enough? Do I win a prize?!

grin

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