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You know when you can't even go to the loo on your own..................

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anniebear Sun 31-Jul-05 10:54:18

Ellie (nearly 4) still follows me, then tries to wipe me and then tries to pull up my trousers and tells me I'm a "good girl"!!!!!!!!!!

Also if I am ever crying (quite frequent at the mo as its stressful School hols!!!) she runs and gets me a tissue and tries to blow my nose!

arrhh!!!

I do wonder though how old she will be before I can venture to the toilet on my own...what luxury!!!!!

Blossomhill Sun 31-Jul-05 10:56:02

How sweet!

coppertop Sun 31-Jul-05 11:00:20

LOL!

Ds2 (2.5yrs) keeps trying to flush while I'm still sitting down. Eeek!

Ds1(5yrs) has a bit of an obsession about how the body works and keeps asking "Let me see where your wee comes out, Mummy."

Needless to say they both get ..ahem.. 'gently nudged' back out through the door.

anniebear Sun 31-Jul-05 11:02:26

Lol CT

At least you'd have a good wash!!!!!!!!!!!!

coppertop Sun 31-Jul-05 11:03:43

It's our own classy version of a bidet.

anniebear Sun 31-Jul-05 11:17:39

what a good idea! lol lol

Davros Sun 31-Jul-05 13:24:41

DS never had enough attachment to care where I went. At one time I could leave him in a particular aisle of Budgens, admiring his favourite floor cleaner, do the shopping and go back and he'd still be there, totally unaware that I had gone and come back!

JOSIE3 Sun 31-Jul-05 13:29:07

At one time I could leave him in a particular aisle of Budgens, admiring his favourite floor cleaner,

That's not one I've seen before!

Davros Sun 31-Jul-05 13:30:20

Oddbod is the polite word for him

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