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He who smelt it...

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bunnyrabbit Fri 03-Jul-09 13:05:08

DS1 (ASD) always does his ablutions in the evening so tends to be a bit on the 'fragrant' side during and after tea and bath. He is also very hypersensitive to smell.

Last night, just before bedtime, DS1 was washing his hands after doing a quick wee before bedtime, when he said to DH "Daddy what can I smell it's horrible" to which DH promptly replied. "You can smell you because you just passed wind!!"

DS1 apparantly dissolved into a fit of giggles.

At last, he has had to smell what we put up with everynight!!.

BR

Deeeja Fri 03-Jul-09 13:16:54

grin
6 year old ds2 has asd, and insists that he never farts.

sodit Fri 03-Jul-09 13:34:14

ds1 hardly ever burps but has gales of bottom wind. because they make such wonderful noises especially but sitting naked on a plastic chair he now giggles at them and waves his fingers under his nose (copying mummy so very proud grin)he does this at other peoples now. his dont really smell though

bunnyrabbit Fri 03-Jul-09 13:57:33

You're lucky. DS1 is awful, especially when I pick him up from after school club. We go to the nursery to pick DS2 up and they then spends ages sniffing babies' bottoms to see who's filled their nappy, until I finally force DS1 to admit that it's him!

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