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What is the most embarrassing thing that your children or hubby have done to you in public?

Posted by mom94125, 13th October 2014

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  • We were one time out on the playground at Bunnings and my son (3yr at that stage) filled his nappy to overflow big fat time…he had the poo up till his neck and it dripped out by his legs in his shoes. Whilst I rushed to the toilet with my son to try and fix him up, I asked my husband to tidy the poo away from the playground….which he didn’t do !! he left it for a stranger to come to the rescue

  • First thing that comes to mind involves me, but not my partner or kids. I went to the toilet. On this day I was wearing a long, flowing cardigan. Unbeknown to me, I had tucked it into my pants. Of course my kids and partner had a good laugh, not telling me until I had walked around the shopping centre for at least an hour

  • I was crossing the road at traffic lights, lost my footing and landed on the bonnet of a waiting car – sooooo embarrassing.

  • These are so funny, got a laugh out of them.

  • When trying to hide from a certain person, my 7 yo saw them and very loudly pointed them out to me, after it was obvious I had been avoiding them

  • My husband is the worst! I could name several occasions but instead I will go with an extremely funny one for my kids. Grab a pie and say flying saucer mummy and then throw in the form of a frisbee! Red as a beetroot! It’s funny now, at the time it was not!

  • lol these little stories are funny and very relatable!

  • I didn’t have enough time to wax before the birth of my baby

  • My son loves to tell out the top of his lungs while in the trolley stop hurting me , it’s so embarrassing people stare at me

  • When we are in the milk aisle in coles my son loves to squeeze my boobs and say mummy its milky time.

  • It happened just today when we were at fruit & veg shop. My 4yr old wanted to know what “the black man” asked me. My 11yr old went bright red & was so embarrassed. I just told him that the nice man wanted to know if I had found the kiwi fruit that I was looking for.

  • we are currently toilet training our 3yo and she is doing very well. Just yesterday we went to a busy shopping centre and I needed to go to the toilet so I figure rather than taking up a toilet in a parents room where someone with a toddler may need it I took my daughter into the normal ladies room where there are pram friendly toilets and it was busy almost all the stalls were full. When i started to go my daughter, who only has two levels of voice, loud and stadium loud, started clapping, jumping up and down and saying “yay mummy you did a wee wee you can have a sticker” Everyone ehard

  • My son likes to ask very loudly when I go to the toilet in public if I’m doing a big stinky poo.

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