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    Nettie says:
    MontanaMama2009 posted:
    (this morning as she's sitting on the potty):

    "Poop. Stinky."

    Only she can't say "stinky." It comes out "tinky."
    stephs_3_kidz responded:
    LOL! at least she's sitting on the potty. Jake will be 2 in July and yesterday he was taking a bath and he started crying and said "Mama, biper (diaper), I got poop".

    All that and he can't sit on the potty? Please. When is he going to grow up? ;)

    Totally kidding!!!..btw! lol

    I had to get him out of the tub, dry him off, put his diaper on, and off he ran to the laundry room to poop. I think I'm going to have to put him a potty chair in there to train him, that's where he ALWAYS poops. And if the door's shut, we have to open it for him and he hides in the corner under the coat rack. LMBO

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