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By  Mauskau  |  32

He's telling you he has to go, you should listen to him even if he doesn't actually have to go. He's learning still and you've only just gotten him out of nappies.

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By  smokeduck115  |  21

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By  Mauskau  |  32

He's telling you he has to go, you should listen to him even if he doesn't actually have to go. He's learning still and you've only just gotten him out of nappies.

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  Mauskau  |  32

If he was wearing a nappy, shit wouldn't have fallen out. They're designed to contain. Plus if he wants to use the potty, he's probably not wearing nappies anymore.

By  beararm  |  11

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  juturnaamo  |  29

if they're already trained, pull ups make the kids in my class lazy, like, they'll pee in their pull ups even if they always pee in the toilet without them.

By  ragnarok1540  |  34

"A giant turd" ... from a 2 year old! What are you feeding your kid, fiber-one with a side of tree bark? Anyway, when a kid says he/she has to go, you never take chances. Young kids are just getting used to their body signals and don't have the kind of voluntary muscle control/tone of adults.

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A giant turd from a two year old? As a mom of a now 15 year old I can promise you that does happen. At two, my Anthony Ray reached down into his undies and said "here". I mean, I have no idea how that monstrosity could even fall out of anyone's butt let alone a creature that (at the time) only hit 3'2". The best part? He blinked those long lashed green eyes at me, quivered his lip and " tay tank ooo mama!" (Say thank you mama")

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