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First, a disclaimer: If you’re averse to discussions about poop, stop reading right now.

If you’re still reading, it means you’re a parent, and you know how much time you spend considering the question of poop.  That’s right: poop becomes a question.  As in: When did she last…?  What was the consistency?  Etc., etc.

I am going somewhere with this.

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