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to think i just had a very near miss indeed?

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teafortoads Sun 08-May-16 17:33:06

DD2 just been eating chocolate raisins. Shows me her hand and says 'poo poo'. I thought yeah right (was a dead ringer for melted chocolate). ALMOST licked her hand but thankfully smelt it first. Lo and behold it was infact poo poo.

moggle Sun 08-May-16 17:37:27

Oh dear!! Yes def a close thing, bleargh!! If it makes you feel better, the other day I had been eating biscuits on the sofa without a plate and picked up a crumb and put it in my mouth... Turned out to be cat litter...

CantWaitForWarmWeather Sun 08-May-16 17:38:16

Yuck! Where and how did she get poo on her hands though?? confused Is she potty training?

Beebacoff Sun 08-May-16 17:40:26

Ewwwww hmm

neonrainbow Sun 08-May-16 17:40:29

That's disgusting. Don't lick anything a child offers you!

kittensandgin Sun 08-May-16 17:42:02

Licking your child's hand was a revolting idea in the first place, even if the brown stains had been chocolate.

Cel982 Sun 08-May-16 17:45:40

Licking your child's hand was a revolting idea in the first place, even if the brown stains had been chocolate.


teafortoads Sun 08-May-16 17:46:01

Yes potty training, but she had a nappy on and must have decided to have a forage (she has NEVER done this before). I have learned my lesson not to be a greedy chocolate fiend and never to lick anything off the hands of a child!

kittensandgin Sun 08-May-16 17:50:11

I still remember sitting in the waiting area of a ferry terminal when I was about 7 years old and witnessing a mother licking carrot puree off her baby's head. It was one of the most disgusting things I've ever seen and the memory has stayed with me in vivid detail to this day. Any parent licking anything off their DC is very very unreasonable in my opinion, but I may just be traumatised.

RJnomore1 Sun 08-May-16 17:53:40

I was envy at the thought of licking chocolate off a child never mind it being anything else.

Who DOES that? Boakity boak boak

PinkParsnips Sun 08-May-16 18:00:28

This happened to my dad when he was looking after DD and she was a bit bunged up so after a bit of a tussle with her changing a very pebbley poo he didn't notice a couple of bits roll out of the nappy onto the floor....DD then had some raisins with lunch...luckily he just picked them up and put them on his plate and didn't eat them!!!!

shiveringhiccup Sun 08-May-16 19:12:57

Hahaha brilliant

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