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To keep my DS1 in the compost bin?

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geraldinetheluckygoat Sat 11-Oct-08 20:31:18

Because you see he spent the whole afternoon in there today, with a worm in one hand and a caterpillar in the other, chatting away to them happy as larry. I only put him in there to flatten down all the garden waste id just put in, honest. But he didn't want to get out. So he stayed there, while I did the garden.
I think I may get one for the house, and keep him in it, because he was so GOOD while he was in there.

MamaG Sat 11-Oct-08 20:31:50

But you shouljd rename him STig

cocoleBOO Sat 11-Oct-08 20:32:36

YANBU, in fact you should go on Dragons Den with that suggestion.

geraldinetheluckygoat Sat 11-Oct-08 20:47:02

Oh yes, fantastic Idea, Theo Kathetis would definitely go for it...

Kathyis6incheshigh Sat 11-Oct-08 20:54:16

What a brilliant idea. I have two children and only one bin - can I put them both in there together?

Also, ds is a very fussy eater and hardly eats anything - is it, therefore, sod's law that I would find him eating rotten apple peelings and eggshells?

geraldinetheluckygoat Sat 11-Oct-08 21:11:21

Kathy, you could try two children to one bin, but might I suggest that the purchase of an extra bin would eradicate any chance of bickering/fighting, therefore well worth the initial outlay?

I trust the apples are from an organic veg box, and the eggs from your own chickens? If so, I really can't see a problem.


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