Wednesday, March 12, 2008

Overheard in the bathroom

Actual words I have overheard in the bathroom when my boys were present, all with less than desirable outcomes:



1) Wanna swordfight with our pee?

2) Gavin: "MOM! Grant is peeing inthe toilet the same time I am trying to poop!" Grant: "But I had to go so bad."

3) tee hee, giggle giggle, tee hee

4) Look what I can do.

5) AAAHHHH! me:"what's wrong?" I accidentally peed in my mouth.

6) Gavin is often constipated and feels the need to explain his poop's consistency. Here are some of his descriptions:


  • slippery poop

  • won't come out poop

  • regular squishy poop

  • chocolate syrup poop

7) You shouldn't have given me all that fruit!


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24 comments:

  1. Oh yes, I know about this. Why it was only last night my high school freshman said, "I need to be excused. I must go make stool."

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  2. Wow! You must have your hands full! Number 2 and Number 5 are pretty scary but I am laughing anyway!

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  3. LOL - oh that's heelarious. Sword fighting with your pee WHILST the other is burying a squirrel (have you read my post "Rocks In Your Underwear?" - that will give your son much interesting vernacular for doing the job... ;)

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  4. Alright...what's with your 'potty mouth' children!?!? haha

    That's a cute post.

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  5. Yeah they don't tell you (one of the many things they don't tell you) when you decide to have kids, that poop will soon become a popular topic of conversation in your house, or that the most common things you'll soon hear from your child's mouth is "Mommy, come wipe my butt..."

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  6. OMG. That is so my house. We recently had a 15 minute discussion as to why 2 or 3 boys could pee at the same time, but not poop at the same time. Lord have mercy on us.

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  7. I am not prepared for toilet wars. AT ALL.

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  8. I almost peed on myself! :) Great post!

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  9. you've been eavesdropping outside my children's bathroom doors!! the least you could do is come in the kitchen and have some coffee with me!!

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  10. Wow, your boys are SUCH great communicators, Angie! Their wives will loves this attribute. :0)

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  11. 2 of my daughters have children - they each have 2 boys. All are under 4. I had all girls - boys are clearly a different animal altogether - and toooooooo funny!

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  12. Isn't bathroom time so fun!!!! Please tell me most of those happen at home and not a public bathroom!!

    Christina

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  13. LMAO. The joys of motherhood that I have to look forward to!

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  14. I just love poop posts!!!
    Karla alerted me to your blog. I like to write about poop, too:)

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  15. Hahaha ... mine can't seem to turn his head with out turning his whole body.

    We no longer try and talk with him while he pees. If he turns his head to acknowledge us the peeing follows.

    Guys!?

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  16. OMG! I laughed out loud HARD at #5!!

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  17. Ohhhhhh boy. Those are hilarous. And just plain make me nervous for my little guy! :-)

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  18. Noah's favorite is:

    "The Spit Poops"

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  19. Noah's favorite is:

    "The Spit Poops"

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  20. Too funny! My youngest is so impressed with himself now that he's learned to stand up to pee!

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  21. Hey, at least they haven't figured out that it's fun to spray paint the shower curtain yet... LOL! gotta love having boys!

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