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I didn't know this was happening until yesterday so I had to cobble together a costume very last minute. My daughter went as Indian Rapunzel from a book that is a different telling of the story set in India. She liked the outfit and it's a book she likes, so job well done I think. Good save..

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I don’t particularly like the idea of World Book Day dressing up (the day is obviously a great incentive) as like with Christmas Jumper Day I think it pressures those less fortunate.

Alexas outfit is her Chewbacca onesie and her police dressing up thing. We certainly wouldn’t be buying something just for the day.

I saw a school that sent all pupils home with a plain white T shirt which they could decorate with their favourite book if they wanted to. Much more inclusive I feel.

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I was bathing my youngest (18mths) on Saturday when my 5yr old burst in desperate for a wee.

Instead of looking where he was aiming, he was far more interested in talking to us, and proceeded to piss everywhere.  I made sure he stood still, instead of treading in it and walking it through the house, and was momentarily distracted while I mopped up, until my attention was grabbed by the lightest of thuds.

In what I can only assume was some sort of dirty protest at the lack of attention I was showing him - the little one decided to shit in the bath, pick it up and throw it at me.  The thud was it landing on the floor between my feet, because clearly, clearing up piss wasn't a demeaning enough way for me to spend my afternoon.

Don't have children.  

 

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My little lad went through a faze of exclusively shitting only when we bathed together. One of his sisters would always take a monster dump on the toilet next to us too. A real family affair.

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1 hour ago, John Matrix said:

I was bathing my youngest (18mths) on Saturday when my 5yr old burst in desperate for a wee.

Instead of looking where he was aiming, he was far more interested in talking to us, and proceeded to piss everywhere.  I made sure he stood still, instead of treading in it and walking it through the house, and was momentarily distracted while I mopped up, until my attention was grabbed by the lightest of thuds.

In what I can only assume was some sort of dirty protest at the lack of attention I was showing him - the little one decided to shit in the bath, pick it up and throw it at me.  The thud was it landing on the floor between my feet, because clearly, clearing up piss wasn't a demeaning enough way for me to spend my afternoon.

Don't have children.  

 

My youngest currently leads 3-1 in the Poo in the bath competition. Hopefully eldest will be happy to keep her score at 1. Last incident was a couple of weeks ago, luckily it was one of those hard ones and I was able to scoop it out wearing a rubber glove and flush it away swiftly. 

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I'm still amazed by how much my boy can poo. Proper adult portions, that I can't visualise how they can fit inside him.

Here he is being a nob for book day. 

"What would you like to dress as today? A gingerbread man? Lightning McQueen?"

"No, I want to dress up as a bed!"

"You can't dress as a bed. That's not an outfit"

Runs to his bedroom and comes back with the pillow from his bed.

"I want to wear that!"

"Erm, you can't wear that"

"Take the pillow out!"

I thought I'd sorted it, until I came out the bathroom to find he'd gotten an empty duvet cover out the drawer and was lying under it, with a big grin on his face having proven me wrong. 

In the end he decided he was going to Mars on the Space Shuttle and so need a space suit. (Except there is no Space Shuttle program anymore! Ha! In your face, three year old child!)

 

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9 minutes ago, Nostalgia Nonce said:

I'm still amazed by how much my boy can poo. Proper adult portions, that I can't visualise how they can fit inside him.

I'm glad it's not just us.  Look like foot long subs some of em.  Defies logic.

Your little man is a right champ.  

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You’d never think it to look at her but my 6 year old daughter does some inexplicably monstrous dumps. This little sod...

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She dropped one the other week that was semi submerged with the top poking up above the water like the Loch Ness Monster. And left it there unflushed specifically to show me. Proud as punch of it she was. So was I, to be honest. Don’t have a clue how it came out of her or where she was storing it. It was like a great big brown baguette.

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As good a place to pop this as any. 

My 6 year old daughter drew this the other night and told me it was one the 'horseys we have in our field'. 

She wasn't wrong, anyway. 

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Well, there's no mistaking her for being your daughter is there?

Asked my son what/who he wanted to be for book day. "Aubameyang". No, he's not a book. "I have a book about him though" Yes...I...but...just pick something else. "Ok, I'll go as the Christmasaurus".

So he did. 

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My daughter went for the easier option of Red Riding Hood, which my wife appreciated.

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17 minutes ago, PunkStep said:

Asked my son what/who he wanted to be for book day. "Aubameyang". No, he's not a book. "I have a book about him though"

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36 minutes ago, PunkStep said:

My daughter went for the easier option of Red Riding Hood, which my wife appreciated.

Tried to get mine to be Red Riding Hood. That was £8 in Asda, Alice in Wonderland was £14. Bastard.

(That's a Pint of Lager vs. a dribble of Baileys at London prices, Punky)

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