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Share with Dettol the most disgusting things you’ve caught your children doing! £300 voucher to be won! NOW CLOSED
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EllieMumsnet · 17/11/2017 09:34

There’s no doubt that having children can be a pretty messy experience, from having a newborn baby throw up all over you, to having a teenager who hasn’t quite discovered the concept of a laundry bin. With that being said, Dettol would like you to tell us some of the most disgusting things you’ve caught your DC doing.

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Have you ever caught them using something they really shouldn’t as a toilet? Perhaps you’ve witnessed your DC drinking from the dog bowl. Maybe you saw them lick a piece of cutlery and put it back in the draw without washing it? Or even watched in horror as they licked the hand rail on public transport?

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Davenotdave · 20/11/2017 18:26

I caught my toddler eating my babies bogeys the other week.

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FridgeCut · 20/11/2017 18:47

My son has just turned two and has been found decorating his cot with the content of his nappy. Half a can of dettol was sprayed on that cot after I used a lot of dettol wipes to get it clean. And laundry cleanser in the machine.

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TheKnackeredChef · 20/11/2017 21:33

We were in Homebase looking for a new bathroom suite. DS was fed up. "I'm hungry", he complained. "I'm booooored." "I need the toilet."
Me: "Yes, yes, we won't be long"
DS: "I need the toilet!"
"In a MINUTE, darling!"

Pause. Moaning stops.

You can see where this is going, can't you?

I managed to rugby tackle him just as he'd got his John Thomas in hand, ready to go in the display toilet with split seconds to spare.

I plan to inflict some karma on him with this story the first time he brings a girlfriend home.

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NeverTwerkNaked · 20/11/2017 21:42

Are you sure you want to hear these? Grin

When DD was about one I nipped I to the kitchen for some wipes as she suddenly decided to do a poo in the garden ... came back out caught her with a piece of the poo in her hand and headed towards her mouth! Luckily stopped her just in time!

When precious first born DS has just learnt to crawl, he crawled up to his dad who had just come in from outside and licked his shoes. I stopped sterilising everything at that point Grin

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PugwallsSummer · 20/11/2017 22:02

My baby ate her own poo.

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ohfourfoxache · 21/11/2017 01:39

Ds1 is a ridiculously fussy eater.

So you can imagine my surprise when I caught him munching on a cat biscuit. That he’d fished out of the kitchen bin.

Not my finest parenting moment.

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MakeTeaNotWar · 21/11/2017 07:03

We live in a seaside town with a population of large aggressive seagulls. We were once in park with 2 year old DS. Seagull poop splashes all over the various playground apparatus. Caught DS picking some of a swing and eating it. Bleurgh.

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CMOTDibbler · 21/11/2017 11:09

As toddlers, I found him and his friend happily crafting castles out of horse poo

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voyager50 · 21/11/2017 14:38

Licking the windows on the bus - it makes me squirm just thinking about all the other hands and heads that have touched them!

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ClaireWilliams3 · 21/11/2017 14:39

Licking a lamppost

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MummyBtothree · 21/11/2017 15:05

Bringing 'pet worms' into the house! 😨

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Nannyplumssillyoldelf · 21/11/2017 15:07

I caught my 2 year old drinking from the cats water bowl the other day

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BexleyRae · 21/11/2017 15:28

DD tried to eat the house rabbits poo the other day, she was most annoyed when i took it from her

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FlukeSkyeRunner · 21/11/2017 21:36

Dd2 brushing inside the loo with dd1's toothbrush...

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Sleepysausage · 22/11/2017 08:40

My daughter licks everything.
Yesterday she was lying on the side of the pool refusing to participate in her toddler swim lesson as she wanted to lick the floor by the pool instead.

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Wellandtrulyoutnumbered · 22/11/2017 08:42

My partner will never forget my son going for a wee standing up whilst a huge poo started coming out. My son was completely unaware. He used to poo in bath too. Eurgh

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moonmaker · 22/11/2017 10:20

So we were in B&q when dd1 , age 2, was toilet training . She was an independent little madam and loved the phrase ‘ done it by myself ‘. We are wandering around b&q looking at paints and stuff and she comes up to us with her pants down , pointing at the display model toilet they have and says ‘ I done it by myself ‘. We walk up to the toilet and there it is , a big poo inside 😧

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mumchkin · 22/11/2017 10:26

My toddler ate cat poo at around the age of 6 months. He'd only recently tasted food for the first time and the look on his face of "hmm... interesting" was exactly the same for cat poo as it had been for mashed carrots.

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PutYourBracesTogether · 22/11/2017 10:36

Both mine were lamppost lickers but DD finest moment was using her own poo to 'paint' the wall going up the stairs.

It put her bug eating into perspective pretty sharpish.

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wickywilk · 22/11/2017 10:45

My 2 year old twins had gone unusually quiet. I found them in the bathroom, one covered in water and the other just about to do the same.... drink from the toilet brush holder 🤢🤢

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FoofFighter · 22/11/2017 10:46

Not my child, but her best friend last week (they are preschoolers)

She was licking the bus stop Envy < not envy!

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Belmo · 22/11/2017 10:55

Oh god I don't know where to start! My ds is 18 months and has in the last few weeks eaten cat food, crayons, mud, lots of floor food, pooed on the floor...:

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sharond101 · 22/11/2017 11:05

We baked a cake last night and my 5 year old licked some batter off the floor.

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InvisibleKittenAttack · 22/11/2017 11:05

Licking the garden waste bin was fine though....

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NauticalDisaster · 22/11/2017 11:13

It was my ex-H DS, he used to pick his nose and wipe it on the wall in his room, right next to his bed . What made it even worse was that he was a teenager (16+) not a child! His excuse was "At least I didn't eat it"

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