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I have buttons where the daycare worker can select that a child went to the bathroom. They choose whether they "pee'd" or "pooped" (or however you say that in a politically correct way). I want to show icons for those while being respectful and not totally gross. I also want to show the words underneath and I cannot decide if writing "poo" and "pee" is professional. It is for daycare so that might be legit.

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Just label the buttons #1 and #2? –  Mathew Foscarini Jan 11 at 14:53
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up vote 5 down vote accepted

how about #1 and #2?

Or from the noun project:

this icon for drops labled #1

and

this icon for poop labeled #2

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