Lesson of the day.


‘Poop, poop,’ does not always translate as:

Mother, I appeared to have sullied my nappy with crap. Can you please change me, because the feeling is simply dreadful.

Sometimes it means:

Mother, I know you are changing my sibling’s nappy at the minute, but look! I’ve just found my nappy you just changed me out of. And look! There is poop in it. Poop, poop! I will open the nappy and accidentally dump the poop onto our cream carpet and then get distressed.

Lesson learned.



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