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Old Jul 7th, 2018, 10:08 AM   11
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are you actually serious?!a swim nappy for a school aged child. I've heard it all now! try taking your child to the bathroom there's no excuse for laziness
Smurf posted a month or so ago that her 6 year old has been diagnosed with autism and developmental delay. So I dont think it's because she can't be bothered to take her child to the toilet, don't be so quick to pass judgment when you don't know the full story



 
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Old Jul 11th, 2018, 14:49 PM   12
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are you actually serious?!a swim nappy for a school aged child. I've heard it all now! try taking your child to the bathroom there's no excuse for laziness
Who the hell do you think you are!!!!!!! for your information my Daughter is Autisic and is not toilet trained, try finding out the facts before you give your opinion (which wasn't asked for) next time



 
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Old Jul 11th, 2018, 14:52 PM   13
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are you actually serious?!a swim nappy for a school aged child. I've heard it all now! try taking your child to the bathroom there's no excuse for laziness
Smurf posted a month or so ago that her 6 year old has been diagnosed with autism and developmental delay. So I dont think it's because she can't be bothered to take her child to the toilet, don't be so quick to pass judgment when you don't know the full story
Thankyou very much for your reply it was very much appriceated, honestly there are some ignorant horrible people on hear who just don't think before they open their mouths, once again thankyou for your post, at least there are some nice people left



 
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Old Jul 11th, 2018, 15:07 PM   14
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are you actually serious?!a swim nappy for a school aged child. I've heard it all now! try taking your child to the bathroom there's no excuse for laziness
I'm sorry, but this is extremely rude. You have no idea what the OP's situation is or whether the child has health/medical issues. People come here looking for advice, not judgement.
Thankyou very much for your reply, this other person was extreamly, my Daughter is autistic with developmental delays. I really hope this other person reads that. Once again thankyou



 
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Old Jul 11th, 2018, 15:10 PM   15
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are you actually serious?!a swim nappy for a school aged child. I've heard it all now! try taking your child to the bathroom there's no excuse for laziness
I'm sorry, but this is extremely rude. You have no idea what the OP's situation is or whether the child has health/medical issues. People come here looking for advice, not judgement.
No kidding...
Hi, I just wanted to say thankyou for your post, yes my daughter is autistic with developmental delay which is why she needs the swim nappy. This other person was very rude but at least it has shown me there are some nice non judgemental women on hear



 
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Old Jul 11th, 2018, 15:13 PM   16
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are you actually serious?!a swim nappy for a school aged child. I've heard it all now! try taking your child to the bathroom there's no excuse for laziness
This is not acceptable forum activity.

If you can't offer any advice maybe next time try saying nothing at all.

Rudeness/flaming trolling our members is against the forum rules.
Thankyou very much, I have only just seen this person's comment and I am raging, my Daughter is Autistic with developmental delays.



 
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Old Jul 12th, 2018, 12:18 PM   17
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Vile! My daughter just turned 4 and still only poops in a nappy, but will go on the toilet for a wee. LOADS of COMPLETELY NEUROTYPICAL children have various problems/insecurities regarding toileting when they are very young, and I think being 6 still counts as being very young, so this comment is completely out of order - especially since OP's daughter has additional needs, which she has posted about often on here. Even if you haven't seen any of those posts, you should never assume you know what's going on in a child's home or life.

Proud of you for telling it like it is, smurff. Don't let anyone ever make you feel ashamed of your child or your parenting. Ridiculously cruel comment.



 
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Old Jul 14th, 2018, 01:44 AM   18
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are you actually serious?!a swim nappy for a school aged child. I've heard it all now! try taking your child to the bathroom there's no excuse for laziness
That's disgusting. Hugs for original poster. My 5 year old wears night nappies. He has complex additional needs. These are brilliant children who try their very best at things. And as parents we invest in parenting more than you could imagine. Thanks



 
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