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fundiefun

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Currently trying to find what gets vaseline out of a toddlers hair my toddler joy got into the vaseline and I'm wondering how the heck im going to get this out of her hair. How many washes will this take to come clean this is gonna be a long night

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Bethella

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You can use a fine tooth comb to remove as much as possible (wipe with paper towel after every stroke) or use a hair dryer to heat up the vaseline, then use paper towels to absorb as much as possible. Next coat the hair with cornstarch and wash with shampoo and warm water.

I've also heard about using dish soap with de-greasers or a product designed to deal with grease for mechanics, but I've never tried those.

Good luck!

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MarblesMom

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Anyone want a toddler-like dog?!  Yes, you have had your walks,water, Milkbone, lovies, brushies, tummy rubs, human treats.  GO TO BED ALREADY.

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fundiefun

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I'll take the dog lol my toddler is a tiny tornado I can't keep up

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fundiefun

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Well the toddler tornado decided to rip her diaper off and made a mess so bad we had to throw her mattress out. She is a whole lot of fun lol

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Karma

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I used to put my son to bed with gaffa tape around his diaper.  One incident like you described which I did not want repeated!

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keen23

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Sometimes I wouldn't mind a toddler. Try dealing with 13 and 14 year old girls. The drama, the eye rolling, the yelling, the fighting, the refusal to do anything.

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PennySycamore

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We had two toddlers and one almost-toddler here last week.  The three of them could be entertained by watching Peppa Pig a lot of the time, but there were times when they just needed to run around and get into stuff.  I found that the 2 1/2 year old had gotten into one container of face powder.  Fortunately, it was the cheap Rimmel stuff and not the Lancome which is not cheap.  These little girls' aunt got into some Estee Lauder powder when she was that age and dumped most of the box on the bed.  I was able to scrape a bunch of it up, fortunately.

One of the girls had a really messy diaper right before we went to the park.  It was the kind of diaper where you wished that bidets were more common in American homes.  This kid could have done with a bath!

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JillsFlowerHeadband

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Oh, the blowout diapers, argh! I have to confess to times where I took toddler LF1 outside and just... hosed her bum off to get the worst of it, LOL! Her dad was no help as he'd gag until he puked. I'd have to do it quickly as she hated the feel of being dirty and would take her diaper off and leave it wherever she was. 

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    • singsingsing

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      1 hour ago, SapphireSlytherin said:

      Probably the bow/headband thing is in response to random people ASSuming the kid's a boy, especially if she doesn't have much hair. GryffindorDisappointment had no hair ... she was ALWAYS called "he/him" by perfect strangers. So. Bows & headbands and pink frilly shit ALL.THE.TIME.

      Who cares if random people "ASSume" the kid's a boy, though, especially at that age? What possible difference could it make?

    • lilwriter85

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      4 minutes ago, crawfishgirl said:

      This gem was in her blog comments from yesterday:

      Can you imagine her family disrupting their church service because the preacher discusses something that they don't agree with?  If they are unhappy with it, maybe they should change churches, or discuss it with the minister afterwards.  Disrupting a service is not the way to go - they'd probably be ostracized and/or asked to permanently leave the church afterwards.  That would probably be a good thing for the church, since they like to complain and don't like to tithe.

      Lori and Ken have changed churches before and I think she had a drama with a minister at her current church. If they disrupt a service I can imagine people either laughing or being disgusted. Some people at their current church have to know about Lori's blog and if a shit show happened at a service some church members could public with their stories on Ken and Lori. It's like Ken and Lori are just setting themselves up for a public shit show scandal.

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    • HermioneSparrow

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      1 hour ago, SapphireSlytherin said:

      Parent law #1031:  your kid's Halloween candy is YOUR Halloween candy. 

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    • crawfishgirl

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      This gem was in her blog comments from yesterday:

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      Lori Alexander says:

      December 16, 2017 at 1:15 pm

      My sisters and their husbands as well as Ken and I feel the exact same way, Diana. In fact, Ken came up with a plan yesterday. The pastor will be warned beforehand that this will happen next time he tells us how broken we are. Ken and my brothers-in-law will immediately begin to shout out verses, like the ones I listed above, whenever the pastor speaks about our brokenness. I doubt the pastor would ever preach this again and they might just do it. I will keep you posted! 

      Can you imagine her family disrupting their church service because the preacher discusses something that they don't agree with?  If they are unhappy with it, maybe they should change churches, or discuss it with the minister afterwards.  Disrupting a service is not the way to go - they'd probably be ostracized and/or asked to permanently leave the church afterwards.  That would probably be a good thing for the church, since they like to complain and don't like to tithe.

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    • karen77

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      1 hour ago, SapphireSlytherin said:

      Parent law #1031:  your kid's Halloween candy is YOUR Halloween candy. 

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