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Thread: how many dirty nappies is normal TMI

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    Default how many dirty nappies is normal TMI

    Milo is 16 months old.

    I thought that 1-2 would be normal, but most days he has at least 3, sometimes 4.

    I'm a bit worried that maybe his digestive system is sluggish or something, as they come close together, like it couldn't all get out the first time..


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    my oldest always went three or four (or even more) times a day. Now that he is toilet trained it tends to be 1 or 2 (unless we're out and then you must try out the local toilets for both #1s and #2s in separate visits LOL)

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    Lucie used to only be once a day but for the last week or 2 has been 3 or 4 as well. I was thinking she may have picked up some tummy bug, but she is still eating ok and otherwise fine, so maybe her body is just getting more efficient?

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    Seth does 2-3 in the morning then maybe 1-2 in the afternoon... He's recently become a pooing machine! Its crazy!

    ETA: Seth's are close together in the morning too he does one when he wakes up then 2 in the late morning close together...

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    Grace has always pooed at least twice a day, but most usually three to four times a day. I don't know why, she just does! Once when she was around 6 months old she was going up to six times! It's crazy, especially with the amount of nappies we went through lol. Even now she uses more nappies than Matilda, who is 4 months old. Can't wait till we get her toilet trained, but that is going to be a slow process I think.

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