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Old Dec 27th, 2014, 17:57 PM   1
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I need a wee! *


So we're potty training...


DS is doing quite well, but every time he needs a wee he spends a good amount of time reminding me that he does not want me to go with him and he can go alone.
So today we were playing in his room and he gets up and runs away "I need a wee, I need a wee", then he stops and shouts "no Mummy, G goes alone", then he stops again and checks I'm not coming before finally making it to the bathroom. A few seconds later I hear ... "oh f**k"!



To clarify - I've never said that to him when/if he didn't make it to the potty.



 
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Old Dec 31st, 2014, 11:52 AM   2
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LOL that is so funny!
Sounds like G is very independent already!
My boys show NO interest in potty training. :/



 
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Old Dec 31st, 2014, 16:32 PM   3
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Lol! No potty training here just yet, but we have had several f**ks!!!! muttered!



 
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Old Dec 31st, 2014, 20:29 PM   4
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Lol!



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LOL!



 
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2 year olds are saying the F- word? Not sure if I was reading this properly..lol!



 
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LOL! Little G is hilarious! As for the "f*ck" thing, it's amazing how they can hear something just one time and make it part of their vocab. OH and LO were at a Heritage Park, and J tried to talk to one of the women running an exhibit. The woman ignored him and then walked away. My OH muttered under his breath, "what a b!tch!" J somehow heard it and yelled after the woman, "What a B!TCH!" When OH told that to me, I cried from laughing.



 
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Old Jan 1st, 2015, 17:02 PM   8
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Sadly, I am to blame in our house...I do say 'for f*** sake' when I am annoyed ( I switched to the Irish 'feck' and even put 'oh, for fairy's sake' but Finn thinks the original is funniest - he imitates everything he hears and some of it very sweet, but am so embarrassed about the f*** word...



 
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Old Jan 1st, 2015, 17:14 PM   9
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Every day, once it's dark outside, N says "Where the hell is M?!"

I guess I said it one too many times when DH was late coming home from work.

Whoopsies..



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Old Jan 1st, 2015, 19:29 PM   10
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LOL! Little G is hilarious! As for the "f*ck" thing, it's amazing how they can hear something just one time and make it part of their vocab. OH and LO were at a Heritage Park, and J tried to talk to one of the women running an exhibit. The woman ignored him and then walked away. My OH muttered under his breath, "what a b!tch!" J somehow heard it and yelled after the woman, "What a B!TCH!" When OH told that to me, I cried from laughing.
You have a point, they do learn fast. And I can sympathize especially with when you touch something hot, get hurt/startled, drop something, etc. Swear words are bound to come out then and it is funny how quickly kids pick up on them.

About your story though.. I don't know, I find that a little unsettling. Yes, she was unkind, rude and heartless but your OH could have used any of those words instead of swearing. I wouldn't want my son learning from an early age that its ok to call women bitches when he doesn't like how they act



 
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