Getting Daddy back

12 Mar

Finally, Hannah is potty trained.  Ok fine, she’s pee potty trained.  Not so much poo potty trained.  Sigh.  Those still turn up in her undies.  I can clearly see a large protrusion hanging in her undies.  I can smell the offending object.

“Did you do a poo poo?”  I ask her.

“No, I didn’t do a poo poo.” She told me, clearly knowing that she did.

“Yes you did.  I can see that you did.”

She then reaches her little hand around to her bottom and goes in for a feel.

“NOOO!!! DON’T PUT YOUR HAND IN YOUR BUTT!!!” I yell to her.  Ugh. I don’t want to have to clean poo out from under fingernails.  Ick.

So yeah, still working on that.


A while ago, when she was still learning to pee on the potty, she was often wetting herself around the house.  And yes, it was kinda gross and I was constantly armed with carpet cleaner and a rag.  But she treated pull-ups like a nappy, so the only way forward was to stick her in underpants.  And let her wet herself to get a grasp on what it felt like.  It worked by the way.

Hannah was climbing all over Daddy.  Giggling and jumping and giggling some more.

Suddenly she stopped.  This slightly frightened/surprised/what-do-I-do look came across her face.

“SHE’S PEEING ON ME!!!!!!!” Aaron shouted.

She was standing over his leg, one of her legs on each side of Aaron’s.  Frozen in place like a little deer in headlights, pee rushing out of her, drenching Aaron’s leg.

And I could not stop laughing. I stood there just watching and laughing, and watching some more.  Yeah, yeah, I’m horrible. Whatever, it was hilarious!

“HAHAHAHAHA, I guess she got him back then!” one of my friends said when I told her about it.

Yeah, I guess she did. She definitely got him back for this. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA.  Still makes me laugh.

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11 Responses to “Getting Daddy back”

  1. momto8blog March 13, 2012 at 12:52 am #

    I really don’t miss those days!
    good luck!

  2. Tiffany (lifewithblondie) March 13, 2012 at 2:27 am #

    I gave my kids M&M’s every time they had a successful trip to the potty in the beginning, then we moved up to M&M’s or stickers for a successful day… then week. It worked, 7 times! I have one who still sometimes pees her pants at nursery school (3 yr old) so she gets a prize on Fridays if she made it all week without needing to change clothes. They say you should NEVER ever bribe your kids, I say BRIBE anyway! LOL

    • Sheri (Mommy Stuff Blogger) March 13, 2012 at 6:23 am #

      Oh yeah, I do the bribe. I break off a tiny piece of Lindt 85% dark chocolate for every successful trip to the potty. Plus a sticker on the chart. If she ever actually poos on the potty, she will get a large piece. And she knows that. I totally agree, without the bribe, it never would have worked!

  3. MyRadDad March 13, 2012 at 6:09 am #

    My daughter just made it through the night for the first time last night! WHA WHA! HOLLA!

    • Sheri (Mommy Stuff Blogger) March 13, 2012 at 6:24 am #

      Congrats! I’m not even brave enough to leave her undies on for her nap. She gets the nappy during any sleep times….

  4. LB(cruiseshipblogger) March 13, 2012 at 1:50 pm #

    Don’t they make plastic pants anymore? The ones intended to go over top of cloth diapers to keep disgusting things where they belong? Sounds like she could use some of those.

    • Sheri (Mommy Stuff Blogger) March 13, 2012 at 1:57 pm #

      yeah, but that wouldn’t help, it’s the whole pee running down her leg thing that made her want to use the potty. If it was all nicely contained in plastic pants she could care less. Plus, goodness it’s way too hot in summer here to cook her little bottom in plastic pants.

  5. Taryn March 16, 2012 at 7:50 pm #

    Hehe! The next time you’re cleaning poopy fingernails, just remember that these incidents make for excellent material for embarrassing your daughter on her wedding day!

    • Sheri (Mommy Stuff Blogger) March 17, 2012 at 6:54 am #

      ooooooooo…… I hadn’t even thought that far ahead! I think I’ll have to make a nice book of all her most embarrassing moments and give her that on her wedding day. In front of everyone. Love it, thanks for the idea!!

  6. stephicakes March 17, 2012 at 6:59 am #

    UGH. Potty training is my absolute least favorite part of parenting EVER! We, also, have problems on the poo front. And we, also, get “no” as an answer EVERY TIME we ask if the offending child has poop in her pants. Liar. 😛

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