Im not sure what to do
My daughter is 2 almost 3 years old, today while I was using the restroom she came into the bathroom to use her little potty. When she finished going to the bathroom she said “Daddy pee pee hurts” and I asked her why it hurts and she told me “papa touched it couch” she’s not very good at talking. I asked her what do you mean baby and she replied “papa touched pee pee on couch”. At this point I walked her out back to play on the trampoline. About 30 minutes later I asked her again and she said that papa touched it along with mommy and brother. Her brother is 2 months old. Is this normal?
by ga anderson 2 years ago
This meme has stuck with me. I removed the Obama reference to keep this from becoming an Obama bash/praise thread. Forget talking about who's fault it is.Really folks? How true is this? With all the problems facing our nation - the top discussions are about who can use what bathroom!I have sympathy...
by Maria Janta-Cooper 6 years ago
How to train a dog (Samoyed) not to pee and poop indors?
by track4lf 7 years ago
what is that movie called about the little girl who hurts her little brother and manipulates...family i think it was made in the early 90s
by kallini2010 6 years ago
Is there anything you regret not having asked your mother?We usually regret things we have NOT done, questions we have NOT asked... not the other way around...
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