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June 04, 2005


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LaShel Rowton

Any advice from any moms out there with knowledge of why my son whom is 6 and just been placed in the Gifted and Talented program at his school as a kindergartener and whom has excelled in athletics, but still can't consistently poop on the potty?

Flustered and frustrated...
L. Rowton, TX


What do I do when my kids use potty talk?
I have a 13-year-old boy (as well as a 9-year-old girl and a 3-year-old boy). Potty talk is pretty much a given around here.
If you've ever spent any time around a Cub Scout troop, you'll soon find that the school-age children are much worse than preschoolers when it comes to potty talk.
Around here, Little Brother learns more than I care to think about from Big Brother and his friends. Recently he was pounding on the bathroom door (Big Brother was inside) while yelling, "Come out! I gotta take a crap!"
At that point, I just try to get out of the room before the offending child hears me laughing.

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