Boys' bedtime conversation on why it's not a good idea to have 6 babies, especially not at the same time:
That would be a lot of babies and that's a lot of poop and they'd probably poop out and it would be everywhere and even on your face and then you'd get pink eye and you'd wake up with your eyes shut and you wouldn't be able to take care of 6 babies.
Reasonable logic. Good thing we had no plan for sextuplets anyway...
At what age do you stop paying attention to whether or not your kids pooped that day?
(Haha, sorry, I keep the poop posts to a minimum, but this was a thought I had to share!)
_Nothing ruins a warm, relaxing shower quite like the words, "Mommy? I have to do poop."
It's an inevitable part of life, and not very often is that more apparent than with babies: POOP!
Do you have a really funny baby poop story...even if it didn't seem so funny at the time? Share below! I'm going to post a couple (not my own) from the Mommy Confessions part of Crib Notes the book.
When my son was an infant, he often “pooped out” of his diaper. This called for lots of outfit changes, and lots of rinsing and soaking. After one particular episode, I walked into our laundry room to find my husband using a paint stirrer to swirl poopy clothes in a bucket in an attempt to get the poop off without having to touch it!
~wife of McGuyver-wannabe
One afternoon, my sister and I took her car to run a quick errand with one of my sons. Since we wouldn’t be gone long, I left the house without the diaper bag. So when he pooped all over the place, we had only the contents of her gym bag that was in the trunk to use! I laid the towel inside the trunk as a changing pad and used her water bottle to wet a sock to wipe him. I put the other sock on his penis and wrapped a t-shirt around him for double protection for the ride home!
~ mom of half a dozen
This is a story from the Daddy Knows Best section of the True Confessions found in Crib Notes:
"When my son was an infant, he often “pooped out” of his diaper. This called for lots of outfit changes, and lots of rinsing and soaking. After one particular episode, I walked into our laundry room to find my husband using a paint stirrer to swirl poopy clothes in a bucket in an attempt to get the poop off without having to touch it!"
~wife of McGuyver-wannabe
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