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To leave wee on my bed?

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Babyjunglesafari Tue 07-Nov-17 17:48:50

I’ve got a million things to do this evening and I’m going out in 10 minutes.

My 2 year old toddler has just done a wee on my bed after his bath. His wee isn’t particularly big or smelly, there’s a patch about 5cm.

I’m debating just leaving it there, this is after already changing my bedding twice in as many days after toddler got chocolate and pasta sauce over it, then puked over it.

How disgusting would it be to leave it now until next bed change as frankly I’m done with changing bedding and washing sheets.

Miniwerewolfhugs Tue 07-Nov-17 17:51:09

Change it or it will get smelly.

Sirzy Tue 07-Nov-17 17:52:32

Yuck change it! I would also get it straight off to protect the mattress.

lucas161212 Tue 07-Nov-17 17:53:31

I d change it as a priority over anything else. Yuk

mrsharrison Tue 07-Nov-17 17:54:05

The time you took to post here I would have moved like a ninja sorting out that stinky bed.

Smeaton Tue 07-Nov-17 17:55:01

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

foxyloxy78 Tue 07-Nov-17 17:55:16

So you have time to post on here but not change the pissy bed?? confused

Bluntness100 Tue 07-Nov-17 17:55:24

Well you don’t need to do it right now if you’re going out in ten, but yes when you get back.

Maybe stop feeding your toddler and having them nappy free on your bed,,,less effort that way grin

lightcola Tue 07-Nov-17 17:55:47

Surely it’s takes longer to post on here and wait for answers than to change a sheet on your bed?

TrojansAreSmegheads Tue 07-Nov-17 17:55:56

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NoFuckingRoomOnMyBroom Tue 07-Nov-17 17:55:56

Dried piss, mmmmm such a lovely smell to share your bed with...

Laiste Tue 07-Nov-17 17:57:04

On the duvet cover?

Get it off quick and give the duvet a wipe/spot wash. Even if you don't wash the cover till tomorrow.

PandorasXbox Tue 07-Nov-17 17:57:23

I’m afraid I don’t understand this. You could have whipped the sheets off the bed and cleaned it in the time you’d posted on here.

GetOutOfMYGarden Tue 07-Nov-17 17:58:50

Get those sheets off the bed ASAP. I'd sleep on a bare mattress over a pissy bed any day.

liz70 Tue 07-Nov-17 18:00:05

Is the sheet white? If so, if you really don't want to change it, I would scrub the patch with a cloth soaked in hot bleach solution then leave to dry. I have a twat whippet who has been known to jump on our (downstairs) freshly changed bed with paws muddy from the garden, so I have to bleach wipe marks sometimes, or else I'd be changing the bed linen every day.

Babyjunglesafari Tue 07-Nov-17 18:04:48

I’ll change it blush ok I’m disgusting.

Just sick of changing the bed now and it was only a tiny bit not like a huge adult wee.

He was only on there nappy free for a few seconds he’d crawled off as I was getting him sorted after bath.

mumisnotmyname Tue 07-Nov-17 18:20:37

It will start to smell as it dries, so is best changed. Toddler sitting on dry towel onto of bed in future should help prevent this.

NinaMarieP Tue 07-Nov-17 18:21:51

Going against the grain here... my baby is 3 months and often pees through his sleepsuit when I’m feeding him in the night. I have a towel down every time just in case but sometimes it goes through that. Like fuck am I changing the sheets at 4am. And 7am. Because yes he did that twice the other night. And by 7.05 I wouldn’t have any clean sheets to put back on for two days until they were washed and dried. So I just put down a fresh towel and carry on.

(Yes I know I need to buy more sheets. Even so washing and drying them takes up time and space).

Sirzy Tue 07-Nov-17 18:23:39

If your baby often wet through the sleesuit while being fed surely you would change the nappy before feeding?

QuestionforQuentin Tue 07-Nov-17 18:24:24

Eeeeew, I can't believe you even asked!

ArcheryAnnie Tue 07-Nov-17 18:27:14

Can't lie, I'd have been tempted to leave it, too. I hate changing the bloody bed.

Crumbs1 Tue 07-Nov-17 18:27:36

I’m wondering how pasta sauce got on your bed? You need to change it. Urine is sterile when it exits but rapidly becomes full of bugs that make it smell. Has it not gone through onto the actual quilt?

GreenPetal94 Tue 07-Nov-17 18:31:38

You could leave it for now, but you'd need to change it soon. I'd just try and keep the toddler off your bed!

Cubtrouble Tue 07-Nov-17 18:33:29

Yuck what a rank thread. Pissy sheets make me gag. Also why on earth would food be allowed in a bedroom?

Get a grip op.

fc301 Tue 07-Nov-17 18:36:38

Wow can’t believe how judgy PP are! I am pretty fastidious but in this scenario I would shove a small towel under sheet between sheet and mattress and wash towel /sheet when I could be arsed later.
You are doing a great job. Cut yourself some slack x

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