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Do you children flush the toilet without being told to do it?

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emmatmg Thu 14-Jul-05 19:54:14

Because mine don't and it drives me bloody mad.


Our bathroom smells like a dirty stinking public loo.



AAARRRGGGHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!

Any solutions??????

tabitha Thu 14-Jul-05 19:55:33

Nope, drives me mad too.

Hulababy Thu 14-Jul-05 19:56:30

DD doesn't either, although TBh you do need to give the button thing a pretty hard press and itis higher than she is.

lilaclotus Thu 14-Jul-05 19:57:06

she does usually. because i ask again and again if she has. if she hasn't, she gets sent upstairs to go do it. i think it's sinking in now.

fishfinger Thu 14-Jul-05 19:57:28

no
emma its boys

fishfinger Thu 14-Jul-05 19:57:50

have new press button loo too
worked fro about a day

golds Thu 14-Jul-05 19:57:52

thankfully they do if they have a poo, but not for a wee, for some reason they think there is nothing to flush. My main problem at the moments is trying to tell ds to lift the lid before he goes, I am forever wiping the seat dry before I can go aaaaahhh !

Hulababy Thu 14-Jul-05 19:59:57

That is not good fishfinger. We've had ours since moving here (nearly 2 years ago) and it has never gone wrong yet.

fishfinger Thu 14-Jul-05 20:00:53

lol! no imeant i tworked that the boys pressed it

god have to poty train ds3 when we get home form hol

Hulababy Thu 14-Jul-05 20:02:38

Ah, I see!

Good luck with DS3!

fishfinger Thu 14-Jul-05 20:04:06

oh i know
have run out of enthusiasm

you knwo htta day when you decide "today isthe day"
yawn

emmatmg Thu 14-Jul-05 20:06:41

My loevly boys do it all the time, poos and wees!


If I haven't realised they've been it can be quite an awful discovery.


Fishy, do your boys have a good aim?

Ds1 doesn't even look at the toilet when he's going so you can imagine what happens there and ds2 lifts the seat about 2 inches and just pokes his willy between the seat and the loo1

Honestly, unless I say it every single time they go they just don't do it....and even then they still forget sometimes.


AND, as for hand washing

Chandra Thu 14-Jul-05 20:11:02

My problem is quite the oposite one, how to convince DS to stop flushing the toilet...

edodgy Thu 14-Jul-05 20:27:28

Chandra i have the same problem my dd constantly flushes the toilet (shes 2.3) and when im on it she'll barge in and say "are you doing a wee mummy, oh good girl" then promptly flush the toilet if im still on it or not!!

Chandra Thu 14-Jul-05 20:37:15

Mine don't even ask! ARGGGGHHHHH!!!!

nooka Thu 14-Jul-05 20:52:25

pmsl - thanks! My two have to be reminded quite a bit - and also to tell us if they miss!

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