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Jello isn't liquidy... unless he mushed it into his pjs, you could've just picked it off and wiped the sticky off. No need to change them. Regardless, you shouldn't have left him alone.

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So he fell asleep naked in the chair in which he was eating jell-o from just a moment ago? Wish i could fall asleep so quickly.

Jello isn't liquidy... unless he mushed it into his pjs, you could've just picked it off and wiped the sticky off. No need to change them. Regardless, you shouldn't have left him alone.

The first rule of babysitting young children is to never leave them alone. I guess you discovered the reason for that the hard way.

#8 I also think the rule of babysitting is don't take their clothes off and leave them naked in the living room! Especially in the Everyones-a-perve world we live in these days.

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3 yr olds aren't babies. I have a 3 year old and I leave that kid (relatively) to his own devices while I am in another room since he was 2.

this doesn't make sense at all. you can't "spill" jello? and even if you did, it wouldn't mess up something so bad that you would have to change it. I would understand if you were making it... but you obviously weren't soooooooooo...

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Auctually some Jello brands put liquid in the plastic cup, to help it last longer. And they do get messy. How do you think Jello is made? I have had bad experiances with Jello while babysitting.

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