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Toddlers: The Mumsnet Guide - advice and experiences from parents who have been in your position and lived to tell the tale!
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I used toilet paper for wee and the flushable children's toilet wipes for poos.
Sadly it's nearly time to say goodbye to baby wipes (soooo useful around the house too!).Toilet paper and moist toilet tissue - both flushable (as long as you don't use too many moist tt...)
"as long as you don't use too many moist tt"....or let the children loose on the kandoo wipes by themselves <huge bill to have drain unblocked>paper or wet tt if it's a particularly sticky poo!
I used baby wipes well after potty training. Gets them much cleaner. In fact we still have some hanging around the house most of the time and my boys at 7 and 5. They're just so useful.
Do you get non-sticky poos??
Oh, yes Poledra; majority of my DC's poos just plop out with no residue. They have inherited their father's terribly efficient waste management system (three times a day and doesn't smell )
Dear god, how lucky for you - DD2 has managed to get shite on the toilet wall before whilst bending over for someone to wipe her bottom.....
Three times a day?! Does your family eat a lot of fibre?
nope, just have freakishly efficient waste management systems <wishes I was the same>tis the lack of pong that freaks me out though
Don't complain about the lack of pong. That is surely a blessing.
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