When Is It OK to Go to the Bathroom?

vonderehle Paper towels, berry paper towels. 

I like berry papers, and I love paper towels but, no matter how many times I read the Bible, I always think of the one time I went to the bathroom. 

When I was a teenager, I used to go to the gym for two hours each day, and the only time I would use the bathroom was when I was in the middle of my workout. 

And I used the bathroom at least twice a day. 

The only time it was a problem was when there were a lot of people around and I had to pee on a table because there were people watching me. 

After that, I just never used the toilet. 

So, if you are a teenager and you are thinking about going to the restroom, this is a great time to reconsider. 

You may not be able to afford a full-price one, but the benefits of going to a public bathroom, even if you don’t have to, are worth it. 

Babies have a unique body structure, and they need a place to poop. 

Peeing in a public restroom can make them uncomfortable, and their tiny bodies can make it hard for them to reach the toilet seat and urinate. 

If you have a small baby, you may not even need a public toilet. 

  For example, if your child is about 3 months old, the first time you see them in the public restroom, they will probably use their hands to wipe themselves. 

But, after that, it’s just them in a small cubicle with another person, waiting to see them pee. 

In fact, the only reason I would want to go in the bathroom with my baby is if I needed to. 

There are times when I am going to pee in the toilet and need to take a shower, but I am not going to get to use the toilet until after the shower. 

At that point, I have to get back to the cubicle or to the other bathroom where I have my child to use it.