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Default  Posted: 3:03 PM, April 24th (Wednesday)

So....its a very normal thing to hear me say "Keep it in the bowl", when DS 4 goes to the bathroom...he hasn't sat down to pee in about a year.

Little did I know that he apparently thinks the trash can is ok to pee in, because when I emptied it this morning to take to trash, there was at least an inch of pee in there

Also, he has discovered the underware opening that he can 'pee' through, but it takes time to get his penis out of the hole in the underware....last night he ws doing a dance and then ran to the bathroom...instead of just pulling down the drawers...he pee'd himself Poor kid...he was pretty excited he got a bath out of that deal though.


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Default  Posted: 3:39 PM, April 24th (Wednesday)

Ah I remember those days well. My parents had friends that had 4 boys, and that mom is my idol. She made those boys clean the bathroom once a week from the time that they were about 5. They are all fastidious in the bathroom. I have a 16 year old that I did the same thing with, and he rarely is messy when it comes to the toilet. He does not like to clean up his urine.
Hang in there it will get better.


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Default  Posted: 4:56 PM, April 24th (Wednesday)

That sounds smart. I taught my sons many things, but cleaning the bathroom wasn't one of them.

I remember wondering why I was the only person in my house that DIDN'T pee on the floor, yet I was the one on my hands and knees cleaning it up.

I say YES to teaching young men to clean up their own mess in the bathroom!

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Default  Posted: 6:08 PM, April 24th (Wednesday)

My DS, he's 11.5, has to clean his own bathroom... and the misses and messes have decreased to zero.

Now I don't cringe when I walk into his bathroom anymore.


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Default  Posted: 6:23 PM, April 24th (Wednesday)

Hmmm...I think I may implement jrc's cleaning idea. My boys are 12 and 9; they still have aiming problems


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Default  Posted: 6:39 PM, April 24th (Wednesday)

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Default  Posted: 6:44 PM, April 24th (Wednesday)

I have two boys so I get it. What I don't get is how do you miss? I mean damn, IT'S A STRAIGHT SHOT!


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Default  Posted: 6:47 PM, April 24th (Wednesday)

The miss because they get distracted and look around and, well, they swing their whole body to look... Can you picture it.

I know two grown men who sit down for both just so they can keep it in the bowl... and boy do I appreciate it when they use my facilities.


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Default  Posted: 6:52 PM, April 24th (Wednesday)


Oh boy! Do I know what you are going through!! (Except peeing in the trash can...my 4 yr old hasn't tried that yet.)
I do make him clean up his misses though...he tries very hard to hit the mark.


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Default  Posted: 7:17 PM, April 24th (Wednesday)

You should thank your lucky stars your sons aren't like my brothers. Both sleepwalked when they were young and it manifested itself in their peeing in EVERYTHING--the hamper, my parents bedroom closet, out the back door.


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Default  Posted: 7:30 PM, April 24th (Wednesday)

I have a dear friend who has a son. No matter how much they scrubbed the bathroom he used, they couldn't get rid of the urine smell. So she bought a black light to see where the pee was.

It was EVERYWHERE. He had peed EVERYWHERE. On the walls. In the trashcan. Into the bathroom wall vent. All over the side of the bathtub. ON THE BACK OF THE DOOR!

Every. Where.

She threw up when she saw it all.

They showed him the stains under the black light, made him clean it. Put the black light back on it to show where he'd missed. Made him clean it again.... Until NOTHING showed under the black light. It took most of a Saturday.

A couple of days later, she took the black light into his bedroom.

It was in shoes. The Lego bin. Every dresser drawer. Every toy... And the carpet! Oh, the carpet. It got torn out.


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Default  Posted: 7:33 PM, April 24th (Wednesday)

NIK... OMG!!!!


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Default  Posted: 7:37 PM, April 24th (Wednesday)

NIK -- what the what???!!!!

Shit. Maybe I need to invest in a black light too!


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Default  Posted: 8:23 PM, April 24th (Wednesday)

You should thank your lucky stars your sons aren't like my brothers. Both sleepwalked when they were young and it manifested itself in their peeing in EVERYTHING--the hamper, my parents bedroom closet, out the back door.

My son did this, his room stunk. Got a black light (sell them on Amazon to look for pet urine) and holy shit, that kid had peed EVERYWHERE. His room, the hall, the bathroom, and down the steps.

I can laugh now, it was 3 years ago.


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Default  Posted: 8:57 PM, April 24th (Wednesday)

To little boys, it's just another toy and seeing how many "targets" they can hit with the pee is a great game! Then they try to write their name and draw pictures, all kinds of fun stuff! Really, that's what they do - ask them!

BTDT, caught him in the act. I remember a daycare lady being all horrified when he peed all over the trash can in her bathroom. She didn't appreciate it when I laughed. (She had a daughter) Boys do this, it's part of the deal!


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Default  Posted: 9:01 PM, April 24th (Wednesday)

Do3K sleepwalks...thank God that isn't a problem for him


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Default  Posted: 7:39 AM, April 25th (Thursday)

Oh sweet Jesus NIK, My boy is 16, I will not take a black light in his room. What I can't see is better for all of us.
My daugter refuses to even go in his room.


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Default  Posted: 7:50 AM, April 25th (Thursday)

I remember another time...

He had to go to the doctor because we thought he may have a UTI or something. The kid had to pee in a cup. Thought it was the bee's knees.

He was so excited to do this that when he got home, he got a cup out of the dishwasher, put it on the floor and FILLED IT UP!....omg.

I saw the whole thing go down....and just was flabbergasted. I didnt want to scream and have him piss all over the floor, but i was laughing to hard after to discipline him.

I have a dear friend who has a son. No matter how much they scrubbed the bathroom he used, they couldn't get rid of the urine smell. So she bought a black light to see where the pee was.

I cleaned the bathroom head to toe because it smelled like pee....it was horrible. Could not figure it out.

Then one day i saw DS going ot the bathroom and figured it out.

He was 'shooting' the turkeys that were on the shower curtian because Daddy was shooting turkeys so he was too


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Default  Posted: 8:16 AM, April 25th (Thursday)

In our family room (which is downstairs) I have a vintage brass spittoon near the fireplace. One day whilst dusting the mantel of the fireplace I looked down and saw some foamy stuff in the spittoon.

Oh, yeah, DS3 had been peeing in the spittoon for quite awhile. Seems he didn't want to leave the room and miss his program so peed in the spittoon on many occasions.

nik, that has got to be the worst pee story evah!


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Default  Posted: 8:50 AM, April 25th (Thursday)

NIK - do the black lights come with eye bleach???


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Default  Posted: 9:02 AM, April 25th (Thursday)

My son is almost 7, and the peeing I've gotten used to... but he goes #2 - no flushing - and no wiping.


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Default  Posted: 11:04 AM, April 25th (Thursday)

Never had a problem with the peeing, but the pooping, well son would always cry when he had to wipe his butt, because he was so scared of getting it on his little hands and up his back. We had to wipe that boy til about 6 years old and finally had to tell him that he needed to do it and that it would not hurt him and to ALWAYS wash his hands because he was going into Kindegarten, so no one else was going to wipe his butt for him. Do you know that boy would hold his poop til he got home just so he had one of us there or his sister to make sure he got it all.
Poor child was afraid of poop.


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Default  Posted: 11:12 AM, April 25th (Thursday)

I think I posted about this back then...
When ds was 3 or 4 I could smell urine in the laundry room and noticed some staining on the wall up by the ceiling. It was a brand new house so the stains really concerned me and I was sure there was a leak from the bathroom which was above the laundry room.
I called my inlaws because they are very handy with home improvements and they came with flashlights and tools and looked and looked.
They came to me after and said "You know everything looks good.. could ds be peeing somewhere?"
I was so put out!! The nerve!! He had been potty trained for almost 2 years and was such a good boy!! I got really snippy and said NO WAY. Hrmph.

You know where this is going.
The very next night we put him in our bed to watch a movie. I came up to check on him at some point and guess who's bare little butt I see as he is peeing in MY VENT

He turned around slowly and the first thing he said was "What are you going to do to me?" wide eyed with fear. (FWIW.. nobody has so much as ever spanked the boy).

Long story short. He got in major trouble, we had to clean out the vent (which also happens to be over the laundry room!) and I had to apologize to my inlaws.
I torture him with the story to this day

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Default  Posted: 11:13 AM, April 25th (Thursday)

Ahhhh.... boys.

FwL - My son would only do #2 at home, and it had to be in one specific bathroom. We called it "home base." He would hold it all day and run for the bathroom when he got off the bus. The reason? Well, he had to be stark naked to poop. Couldn't stand the idea that it might get on his clothes, so he would strip down to go. And then he would shower.

He's 19 now, and I am blissfully unaware of whether this is still a thing with him.


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Default  Posted: 11:16 AM, April 25th (Thursday)

I hate to tell you this nik.. but I had a boyfriend when I was about 20 who also had to be stark naked to poop. So ... chances are...



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Default  Posted: 11:17 AM, April 25th (Thursday)

So not my problem anymore.


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Default  Posted: 1:03 PM, April 25th (Thursday)

So not my problem anymore.



OMG when my son has to poop he literally runs around the living room in the highest whistle range voice yelling "I HAVE TO POOP, I HAVE TO POOP!!!".....funniest thing evar, but he does it every.single.time.

I hope his wife can handle that


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Default  Posted: 1:27 PM, April 25th (Thursday)

OMG Nik, My son did and still does? So does my WH.

I didn;t want to put that because I thought you all would think WTF? I am so grateful you told that. Now I know I am not the only one with a child who has to get naked to shit!
I asked him why he has to take off all his clothes, he says "Its more comfortable".
Same with WH... Appled in that aera don't fall far fromt the tree.... He still will not go at school unless everyone is out of the bathroom and very last stall. Or he will hold it. LOL.... He is 14...
Oh well to each his own.


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Default  Posted: 1:38 PM, April 25th (Thursday)

I didn;t want to put that because I thought you all would think WTF? I am so grateful you told that.
My work here is done.


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Default  Posted: 1:46 PM, April 25th (Thursday)

DS 11 will wait until he gets home from school, strip all the way down to his underwear, then "take a dump". If he's home, and has a t-shirt on, he will take the t-shirt off before going. Come to find out, H's younger brother was one that needed to be naked when taking a dump. This is HILARIOUS!!!


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Default  Posted: 2:08 PM, April 25th (Thursday)

My son is almost 7, and the peeing I've gotten used to... but he goes #2 - no flushing - and no wiping

mine's almost 13, still does this...gotta make him wash his hands too....


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Default  Posted: 4:01 PM, April 25th (Thursday)

I'm thinking everyone with teen girls should let them read this thread.


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Default  Posted: 4:11 PM, April 25th (Thursday)

Youngest DS had the wiping issue, too. When he was about 6 we told him he needed to learn to do it on his own. For the next few years his underwear was a freaking nightmare!


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Default  Posted: 1:29 PM, April 26th (Friday)

I'm thinking everyone with teen girls should let them read this thread.


That is funny. However, girls are not fun either. Making sure they wash the HooHoo correctly is not fun. Or when they get the magic fairy each month. I mean really, wrap that shit up in a big wade of toliet paper and put in garbage, then if you get it on panties WASH them out don't just put in the laundry. I mean and REALLY make sure garbage is closed cause the DOG will shed it up and eat it. Nothing like walking into that shit after a long days work. And don't put them in your garbage in your room because you never take it out and wonder "Hey mom will you come in here. Do you smell that?"

So girls can be even worse at times. And don't yell at them when they have magic month because than you become the evil whitch and the drama mood starts!


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Default  Posted: 6:04 PM, April 26th (Friday)

My DS is coming up to 3yrs old and y'all are scaring me... I have NO idea how to toilet train a boy!!! Heck, my 4yr old dd is driving me batty!!! Pees on the potty at home but is refusing to at school

DS is great at telling me he's wet or "i peepee" and pointing to the bathroom, he just doesn't make it in time. He will sit, fully dressed, on the potty, proudly announce "I pee" then get up and look into the empty potty with a huge smile! Before bathes both kids have to sit and he blew me away when he pooped on the potty but I think that was just really good timing. He hasn't done it since.


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Default  Posted: 12:46 AM, April 27th (Saturday)

When my son was learning to stand and pee and aim well I used to float a couple of Cheerios in the toliet and he had to "shoot them under"...
It was amazing how quickly his aim improved...he loved to "shoot them"....worth a try, portable when you go out and certainly cuts down on the clean up around the bathroom.....HUGS


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Default  Posted: 7:35 PM, April 27th (Saturday)

To the earlier comment by MissesJai:

I have two boys so I get it. What I don't get is how do you miss? I mean damn, IT'S A STRAIGHT SHOT!

Do you hit what you're aiming at, first time, every time, when you use a garden hose?


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Default  Posted: 1:56 AM, April 28th (Sunday)

Mainly for the men. Don't EVER teach a young boy how to pee on a tree while golfing or hunting.

Especially if you live near a church.

Just saying

Eta The problem is explaining it to the wife when he 'narcs' you out and says "but dad did it". Lol

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Default  Posted: 2:02 AM, April 28th (Sunday)

I am reading this thread with horror and fascination. Someone's post has convinced me to get a black light flashlight. It will be here next week. Can hardly wait.


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Default  Posted: 7:48 PM, April 30th (Tuesday)

It arrived. I must be doing something wrong. There are far fewer peestains than I would have expected.

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Default  Posted: 9:16 PM, April 30th (Tuesday)

Do you hit what you're aiming at, first time, every time, when you use a garden hose?
Nope, sure don't.


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Default  Posted: 11:35 AM, May 1st (Wednesday)

Oh. My. God. This thread has me tearing up from laughter!

DS is 2.5 and he hasn't quite gotten into sitting on the potty yet. He'll sit but just kinda hang out for a bit and chat or read a book. Once he gets down he'll run like the wind to his room or some corner to "do his business". Thankfully he'll have a diaper back on before he bolts. Whenever we catch him in a corner or under the table (or behind a chair or in the closet) and he's "assumed the position" we ask him if he's pooping. Sometime's he'll say no and try to shoo us away in between grunts and obvious labor. Sometimes if we just look at him quizzically he'll tell us "go away, i'm poopin". This is starting to get scary since he's demonstrated the ability to remove his diaper quite easily.

On another note, one of the unspoken "joys" of having a son are... erections!

I never knew this was possible for kids so young but sometimes DS plays with himself (as all boys tend to do) and manages to give himself a baby erection. One time he was in the tub playing with some fingerpaint (go ahead and make a mess kid, we're taking a shower immediately after) and he had developed an erection. He then proceeded to dip his penis into the cups of paint and use it to paint the walls of the tub! WXGF was horrified, i thought it was hilarious. "Mama i'm painting!" "Daddy will you paint with me?" He's our special little boy!

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Default  Posted: 12:03 PM, May 1st (Wednesday)

Hilarious, LCL!
On another note, one of the unspoken "joys" of having a son are... erections! I never knew this was possible for kids so young
I didn't know baby boys could get erections, either.

One night at about 2:00 am I go stumbling half asleep into my about 3 month old DS's room to feed and change him. I took off his diaper and panicked. Something was wrong with his penis! It was sticking straight up. How can I get a diaper back on this? I ran into the bedroom shook my husband awake and said "Something is wrong with DS's penis!" I have never seen this man wake up so quickly and be on full alert like this. He runs into DS's bedroom and looks at it and asks:
Him; "What's wrong?"
Me: "It is sticking straight up!"
Him: "Its an erection!"
Me: "Babies get erections?"
Him: (shaking head) "Yes!"

I had read baby books. I had never read that piece of interesting information.


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Default  Posted: 12:08 PM, May 1st (Wednesday)

I got another one!

DS loves to pee outside, it must be a 'breeze on the boys' thing...

I told him he could go pee on the fence....Now, we have a pretty large backyard, privacey fenced in....

he picks the ONE PLACE that has a board missing, to pee right next to it...

So now I can add exibitionist to his list of characteristics...grreeeaaatttt....


Me: 31 MH
Him: 37 MH
~Some days are better then others~

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