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I got the kids up at 8! They were quiet the whole time, I go in and they had tracked and smeared #2 all over their room! Walls, carpet bed, but they had no #2 on their hands! They did this all witg their feet! Idk what to do. I was going to make them help me clean it ( i know they cant rly "clean" but they need some soet of punishment! They both know its wrong. On top of that, no tv today. I took lukes new ball we got him yesterday away for today. ( he has his older one) oh and no going to the movies today, I dont think. ( we were only going to take Ry anyways, cuz luke doesnt do as well- hes 2. But ryans 3. ) Am I too harsh? Idk HOW Im gonna get it out of the carpet... Its like smeared in clumps... but not solid....Ugggg!!!
I was explaining this to Ryan and he said, okay, give mr a kiss ( and gave me a kiss) and I said you are still in trouble he said I know...
Wow, I have no idea how that would come out other than a professional cleaning, my kids have never done that, but I know friends who's kids have done that. My little niece that is Ava's age did it as well! She got it all over the walls and her bedsheets!
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Oh yes!! My oldest son used to do it anytime he pooped in his bed. It was horrible. We bought a steam cleaner just for that reason. We came up with a protocol for cleaning the room after an incident. It sucked. I am so glad he grew out of that. He has Aspergers and severe ADHD and he has always had problems with using the toilet. I think for boys though, it is a fairly normal thing to have happen once or twice.
Danielle: Mom to Caitlyn (16), Brooklynn (12), Jackson (8), Lincoln (5), & Baby Harrison Due 9/30/2014
My oldest son did once when he was about 19 months old and was supposed to be down for a nap. The bad part was we were staying at my sister's house and he was in a pack n play (at least that was ours!) Sooo awful and I was 5 months pregnant at the time. I completely feel your pain. He was really too young to know exactly what he had done wrong, though, and thankfully that was our only incident!
Heidi, mama to 4 kiddos and an lost 11.25.13 at 11w5d
Well Ryan has done it since he was 4 months, but he never liked having a dirty diaper ans would step in it. Once Ryan was potty trained, he stopped, totally ( although he did hace a few pee accidrnts in his sleep) Luke never used to do this until he started potty training. Now poopy diaper, pee diaper off, immediately. Sometimes they have had accidents since but they havent smeared in months!!! Both love using the toilet. Maybe I should just wake them up at 5 an hr after I get up? I need one of those large spinning cleaning brushes the pros use! Ryan does have mild ADHD, but the drs have saidvit doesnt have anything to do with it. This time it was Luke, Ryan had barely any on his feet, it was caked in Luke. I was rlu hoping theyd break this because we were going to paint their room and get the carpet cleaned, eventually after potty training both replace it.
I was mean, I made then clean the walls, while I scrubbed the carpet. I need carpet cleaner, so I just id the best I could with what I had. They got water and crackers for breakfast. I told them when they do that no juice cereal, eggs, ect. They looked at me and both said ok crackers pleeease! How can I stay mad at that!?