Surely all though their toddler years we will be weeing with the bathroom door open with our kids watching/talking to us so I'm sure it doesn't matter to have an asleep baby on you while you wee. You'll be going in to toilet cubicles with her when she's toddling too and both of you will take it in turns to have a nice family wee together
I do it all the the time- in many cases there's no other option as there's nowhere to put him other than on the floor, which isn't happening! My pelvic floor muscles have recovered well thanks to yoga but not to the point where I can hold on for hours!
I know, I felt a bit odd the first time I did it, but got used to it. I think I will feel weirder when he can walk and will be standing and waiting for me when I use the toilet- although I have the door open when I go at home now anyway so I don't suppose it's much different!
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