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    Potty Training Advice
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    linzuh04 posted:
    For those of you potty training, when you send your kids to school/daycare/or even in the car where you keep your change of clothes, make sure you put in extra socks and shoes too.

    Alot of times people just bring tops and bottoms, but when they have accidents, their shoes and socks get wet too, so even though they have clean clothes, their socks and shoes still have pee. I just had to empty DDs basket because they are going on break, and someone had to borrow her shoes I put in there, and thought I'd pass on that info not many parents think about.
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    Synergy0309 responded:
    BTW thanks for this advice, my daycare thought I was the smartest parent a few months ago when I brought my son a change of shoes/socks and other things instead of just pants and undies when training began!


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