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Peeing on Lego

My 16 month old just asked for the potty, hooray!
But wanted to take her lego, okay…
Then she kept putting the lego in
And pee’d on it, how do I begin?
I’m glad you’ve asked and it wasn’t a pooh
But weeing and poohing on things is not what we do.

I'm glad you've asked and it wasn't a pooh But weeing and poohing on things is not what we do. Click To Tweet

Mama Grace (washed and retrieved)

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20 Comments

  1. I’ve said it on Twitter and I’ll say it again now: Ha! Serves you right tiny bricks of pain. That’ll teach you for lurking underneath my bare feet waiting to inflict torture! Who’s clever now eh? Who’s getting peed on? Fnurr. *smug face*.

    OK thanks for that. I feel better now. 😂 Thanks for linking up lovely! #DreamTeam x

  2. twotinyhands twotinyhands

    He he he, just read rhyming with wines comment above made me laugh out loud. Blooming blocks! I get nervous every time my toddler goes near the toilet with something in his hands, he’s not dropped it in yet but it’s only a matter of time right!!? But purposefully putting the block in the potty to wee on is a good story 😂

    ‪Thank you for linking up to the #familyfunlinky‬

  3. Lol I was curious when I saw the title – I’ve seen a lot about stepping on lego but not peeing. Retrieving peed on toys is definitely mom territory lol Thanks for joining us lovely xx

    • Ha ha, yes! But I like Rhyming with Wines thought, it’s payback for every time a ‘ouch’ piece ‘ouch’ has gone into your ‘ouch’!

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