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splash [transitive] to make somebody/something wet by making water, mud, etc. fall on them/it

splash something on/onto/over somebody/something He splashed cold water on his face.

splash somebody/something with something He splashed his face with cold water.

My clothes were splashed with mud.

splash somebody/something Stop splashing me!

Try not to splash the leaves when you water the plant.

Look at the picture

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Your child is stomping in the puddle.

Do you say "Please don't stomp in the puddle. You are splashing my face with the water"?

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From a language perspective, "you are splashing my face with the water" is fine.

From a physics perspective, I would think that your face is probably the least likely part of your body to get wet since it's the farthest from the ground where the puddle is.

From a parenting perspective, you might want to not say anything and just let the kid have fun.

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What you said is understandable. I think it would more likely be said this way:
Please don't stamp your feet. You're splashing water in my face!."

So, I think the word "stamp" is more likely than "stomp". It's probably not necessary to mention the puddle, since it is at the center of the action.

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