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What do you wipe them with?

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MummyToucan Mon 19-Oct-09 23:15:14

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Poledra Mon 19-Oct-09 23:16:52

I used toilet paper for wee and the flushable children's toilet wipes for poos.

bosch Mon 19-Oct-09 23:17:57

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...)

LatinDAISYcal Mon 19-Oct-09 23:21:41

"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!

LyraSilvertongue Mon 19-Oct-09 23:28:45

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.

Poledra Mon 19-Oct-09 23:31:16

Do you get non-sticky poos??grin

LatinDAISYcal Mon 19-Oct-09 23:48:17

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 shock)

Poledra Mon 19-Oct-09 23:51:05

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.....

LyraSilvertongue Mon 19-Oct-09 23:55:25

Three times a day?! shock
Does your family eat a lot of fibre?

LatinDAISYcal Tue 20-Oct-09 00:00:58

nope, just have freakishly efficient waste management systems grin <wishes I was the same>

tis the lack of pong that freaks me out though shock

LyraSilvertongue Tue 20-Oct-09 00:05:27

Don't complain about the lack of pong. That is surely a blessing.

MummyToucan Wed 21-Oct-09 20:39:24

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