Why do your children always need to follow you into the bathroom?
My children always find a reason to need or want something as soon as I go into the bathroom and close the door... Does anyone else have this problem?
It's just what kids do! Get used to it................................................................
It drives me insane. My daughter constantly tries to invade my privacy when I'm going to the bathroom. Of course no matter what I do, she follows me. Not to mention she has to ask what I'm doing constantly! I guess when you have kids, you give up all your privacy. It's kind of like being a celebrity followed by the press!
My son is doing this to me too! He keeps following me to the bathroom and says he wanted to wash his hands. After washing, I told him to step outside, he simply refuse and BOY! and I am in a rush when the pee couldn't hold on! Now, he doesn't want to pee in men's toilet when we are in public places. He was shocked to see men's private parts and how they peed!
Because you have allowed your child to infringe on your personal space... we have to teach our children limits. starting in the home....Your child is not doing anything .... you are allowing this... some good rules... Do not talk to me when I am on the phone....Do not follow me to the bathroom...Do not hover over me when I am working... after you go to bed... we no longer have anything to talk about....
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