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    i was out with my cousins and aunty yesterday, and she put two of my cousins aged 5 and 7 into pull uos for car journies as they wet the bed. However on the way back my 8 year old cousin was caught short with a #2. Wasn't his fault, he had been feeling a bit sick all day. He was so upset, was in tears. and my aunty cleaned him up in a serves station baby change infront od other people and then as it was his last pull up she put him in one of my youngest cousins nappies which he just fitted into but it was one of the ones with really baabyish pictures on the. I perosnally just think this was really humiliating and degrading. Anyone think it was right ?
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    Sometimes when I'm in bed, nice and comfy and have to take a leak. I almost wish I have a nappy on...
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    I don't kids over 4 should wear nappies or pull ups unless they haven't properly been potty trained; like to the extent where they won't just pee everywhere.
    Kinda degrading i guess but honestly, i think your aunt did it for their well-being
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    (Original post by Federerr)
    Sometimes when I'm in bed, nice and comfy and have to take a leak. I almost wish I have a nappy on...
    i can see your point and everything and agree but wouldnt you find it embarassing to have someone else change your nappy in front of other people ? especially the fact that there was another child in the baby change room who was even younger than him and most probably wasnt wearing nappies herself. the nappies were pretty much the same as the ones i use on my 4 month old daughter apart from they were bigger, unfortuantely pampers are babyish.
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    Holy ****, just pull the car over and let them piss in the bushes if they need to go. Putting "grown" kids in nappies is the epitome of laziness.
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    (Original post by Drunk Punx)
    Holy ****, just pull the car over and let them piss in the bushes if they need to go. Putting "grown" kids in nappies is the epitome of laziness.
    I agree
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    Woowwww that's horrible, so degrading. Poor kid Bed wetting is often stress related, I ~wonder~ where their stress is coming from... >.>
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    What terrible parenting
    Poor kid, that's disgusting behaviour
 
 
 
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