Thursday, 27 October 2016

Dictionary Corner


When a baby's nappy is changed, they often wee when exposed to the cold air. This noun refers to the sensation of safety felt after a wee has been successfully anticipated and caught in the old nappy. The much larger "Trojan Wee" is then released after the old nappy has been removed, but before the new one is in place yet. This "sneak" wee will soak muslins, sleep suits and vests, before spilling off of the changing mat and soaking the bed you were changing the baby on.

Oldest trick in the book

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