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Upstairs neighbour's kid !!!

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RebelRogue Fri 10-Jun-16 18:09:41

My upstairs neighbours let their (nearly 2yo i think?!?) play on the balcony unsupervised. Every now and then the mum will shout "x noooo...nooo...NO!" But not actually do anything else. He throws balls,clothes,dummies,sand(my balcony is full of it) and anything else he can get his hands on in my garden. I normally just throw/give it back and didn't want to make too much fuss. Today i was on the balcony having a fag,feet on the rail when water started falling down and got my feet wet.Again the mum was just nooo..nooo. I got up and looked....he was bloody peeing!! On my feet!! I went totally mad and told her to watch her kid properly and that from now on,all the shit that's theirs in my garden goes straight in the bin. AIBU.

PortiaCastis Fri 10-Jun-16 18:14:51

Perhaps he didn't appreciate your smoke blowing up and decided to douse your cigarette

MTPurse Fri 10-Jun-16 18:15:05

Do you have dc?

RebelRogue Fri 10-Jun-16 18:15:45

Portia his parents both smoke ..he can pee on them if he's that bothered

RebelRogue Fri 10-Jun-16 18:16:15

MTPurse yes

Palomb Fri 10-Jun-16 18:16:45

Anyone who doesn't stay within touching distance of an almost 2 year old on a balcony is an utter idiot.

PortiaCastis Fri 10-Jun-16 18:18:34

They shouldn't smoke around a small child. Smoking is vile

SaucyJack Fri 10-Jun-16 18:18:42

Why Palomb?

How can you possibly judge the safety of it without having seen te balcony in question?

MTPurse Fri 10-Jun-16 18:18:55

So You remember what it is like having a toddler? Especially if that toddler has no garden to play in. It sounds like she is trying her best to stop him from throwing things etc. Have a bit of compassion, it sounds like she is doing her best.

RebelRogue Fri 10-Jun-16 18:21:13

She didn't even try to remove him!! She just said no..but he was still on his own in the balcony going at it.

Ameliablue Fri 10-Jun-16 18:30:54

If he's around 2, he's probably at the stage where it is fun to take nappes off and wee everywhere, so whist being wee-ed on isn't pleasant, it will easily wash off so I think you were a bit unreasonable to go mad.
That said it does sound as if the mum should be doing more to stop him throwing stuff onto your balcony, so I can understand why this might have been the last straw.

RebelRogue Fri 10-Jun-16 18:50:15

Amelia i think that might very well be the case...

Ambivalence Sat 11-Jun-16 01:57:12

Can you buy her some mesh to put around the balcony to stop him throwing things - same principle as an air wrap for cot? The mesh to protect fruit bushes from bird would work, attached with cable ties. You offer to put it up for her...

GraysAnalogy Sat 11-Jun-16 02:00:51

She needs to stop letting him mess around on the balcony for starters. ambivalence has a good idea, although I wouldn't be buying her it

unlimiteddilutingjuice Sat 11-Jun-16 02:01:15

" I got up and looked....he was bloody peeing!! On my feet!!"

I'm sorry but that is hilarious!

OP- He's a kid, stuff happens. I think you need to chill out. Its not like his parents have trained him to pee on you on purpose.

AppleMagic Sat 11-Jun-16 02:28:40

I have a pretty unruly two year old and am not a particularly strict parent but I would have zero tolerance for chucking stuff off a balcony.

Senpai Sat 11-Jun-16 02:31:57

"I got up and looked....he was bloody peeing!! On my feet!!" grin

I wouldn't be leaving my toddler on a balcony. If they can throw things off it, they can certainly climb over it.

Senpai Sat 11-Jun-16 02:33:29

if a kid peed on me, I'd get out the hose and get even

Atenco Sat 11-Jun-16 02:35:01

Yeah, OP sometimes you have to laugh.

HiddenMeaning Sat 11-Jun-16 02:37:02

I'm loving the snippy replies. hmm

I think most people, regardless of whether they have kids themselves, would be pissed off to have kid pee on them. It's revolting.

1horatio Sat 11-Jun-16 02:37:27

Our former neighbours kid fell out of the window (the mum was in the garden, the window was open...). He was ... around 20 months, I think?

The LO had "just" bruised ribbs, but only because he landed in my mum's rather cushy flower pot.


MarchEliza Sat 11-Jun-16 02:49:22

Pissing on smokers is now fine then hmm

Chocolatefudgecake100 Sat 11-Jun-16 06:25:24

Yanbu uve a right not to be pissed on by another persons child x

Lighteningirll Sat 11-Jun-16 06:42:32

Yanbu she sounds careless at best and you have every right to sit in your garden without being peed on

RebelRogue Sat 11-Jun-16 08:30:11

Ambivalence why should i buy her things and set it up for them? Their kid,their balcony,their stuff.

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