16 Awful Things That Toddlers Have Actually Done

Written by Beatriz Sanchez
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There’s no denying that kids are a true blessing. However, any parent can tell you that from time to time, it’d be nice to make them disappear for a little while, especially when they are entirely dependent on you for things like:

  • Eating
  • Pooping
  • Standing up
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Which is why BuzzFeed asked their community to share their toddler disasters. The responses are shockingly hilarious, and surprisingly, most of them involve poop.

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Here are 16 of the best ones. Enjoy, and be prepared to be a little grossed out.

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‘My daughter, who was about 18 months, at the time did a big poop on the kitchen floor. My son, who’s two years older wanted to come and have a look. When he saw it he promptly threw up all over the poop. My wife ran off to get some kitchen towel and stuff to clean it up, and came back to find the dog trying to eat the whole disgusting mess. Happy times.’ --Simon Thompson, Facebook.

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‘My daughter has only pooed once in the bath (whilst I was out grabbing a towel) and once projectile pooed on her bedroom wall (during a nap). It’s not THAT unusual for a 2-year-old, but what bothered me was the poo around her mouth BOTH TIMES.’ --Linzi MacDonald, Facebook.

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‘My daughter had a stoma (a surgical hole in her bowel) and it worked fine--until she got teeth. Then she squeezed one day and a fountain came out of it. She was completely covered with poo, my friend was covered and even the table near her. It took me two hours to clean the couch and even today I think you can still see where it happened. But since then, we always have enough baby wipes nearby avoid another fountain…’--Larissa Regina, Facebook.

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'Our toddler was sick, so we hoped to get more sleep in the morning. Unfortunately we were disappointed, because at 7am he stood in our bed, his hands completely stuck in his diapers and covering our faces with his morning poo. Of course our white blankets had to go…'--Skyler Ackermann, Facebook

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