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September 17, 2010


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That right there? Is the exact reason I will give when people ask me why Harrison isn't potty trained.

I am not even considering it until next summer. Unless someone else does it for me.

Nice! I'm getting a glimpse of what I'm in for soon.

So funny!!!
Oh god, I'm in the middle of potty training my son too and a guy friend recently asked if he had started playing with his poop, and I was all "no, it's been a battle just getting him to sit on the toilet, do I need to worry about his hands in poop?" and he was all "um, yea, it's what boys do, they smear their poop on the walls." So apparently, pretty soon, my son is going to act like he's in prison. great.

I'm in the midst of potty training my 2 and a half year old. My older son was a piece of cake. This one is elven and mischievous and a pain in my effing butt. This morning, as he removed his own pull-up, the ginormous turd he was housing plopped right onto the floor. And that's how my day started.

Oh my!!!! ;o)

That's hilarious.

The first day of potty training my twin girls was a total nightmare. They peed EVERYWHERE except tne potty. They even peed on the cover of the Bear in the Blue House Tutter Goes Potty video tape I'd bought optimistically. (If that doesn't say, "Piss on this," I don't know what does.)

Also, the other day, my 5 year-old son called out from the bathroom, "You know, I don't know what my poop feels like."

Good. Let's not find out, ok?

After seeing you deal with all the crap that can come with running a household/working/parenting, I guess she figured one more piece of crap wouldn't hurt.

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