No reason why they can't stand and aim,albeit with a slight bend at the knees and tilt of the pelvis. Thinking urinal here rather than lifting the seat and hoping for a good shot,so to speak. Podium you're not that fella that made the papers urinating in the specialist interest section of Waterstones only just the other day are you? I have never actually looked, but by careful deduction I have come to the conclusion that women's toilets are only constructed as tandem bowls and 2 women are required to operate each one.
Huggies Forum Forum Help. Find Out More. Welcome Active Popular Browse. Sign in to reply. I've been mulling over whether or not to get DD checked out, but have not wanted to do it considering it would be so invasive. I've noticed since dd toilet trained herself at 2 and a half that her pee shoots straight out like a boys does - she has to lean over forward just about laying on her legs to get her pee to go downwards as it just goes straight over the toilet seat onto the ground. I wondered if it was just because she's chubby down there, and I tried to have a look to see if anything looks blocked but she yelled and kicked and wriggled so I couldn't really see.
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It is always cute, and a little surprising, when they ask you why girls are different. Fortunately, at this young age their questions are pretty basic. They just want to know how the pee comes out of a girl. Often we teach that boys have a penis and girls have a vagina, but actually pee does not come out the vagina.