Oh, Emily, I just laughed out loud reading that post. I, of course, share in your great joy of the girl-less family, so we have our own foul smelling room. Benny actually prefers the "hands free" method, which rarely comes turns out successfully, especially the morning high powered turbo spray. Oh the joys. Enjoyed chatting with you today, by the way.
Why do they think they can do it hands free?!! Mine do this too.He was so cute and so matter of fact...funny, funny post!
Speaking of hands free -- my kids also think that if they don't touch anything, they won't have to wash their hands. I suspect that G-Dog can wipe himself, but if he has not touched either his parts or the potty, maybe I won't make him wash his hands, so he makes me do the wiping. Wonderful.
I'm glad I'm one of the lucky ones who got to read this post before it disappeared b/c it helped me see others are in the same situation. Clive (the only potty trained one) has peed in our trash can (just to hear the tinkle sound) and many other places. I'm dreading potty training Van b/c he is pretty wreckless and I know he will be peeing everywhere and probably swimming in the toilet. Oh the joys of mothering boys!! Thanks for sharing.
I am, for the first time ever, happy I don't have boys!
Wow. This is a total shock for me!!! I did not grow up with a brother and I do not have any boys...yet (I'm still hoping for one someday) and luckily Cory is completely potty trained. Maybe I'm a little bit nervous now. You and MommyJ are so similar in the way that you wrote...it is so cute.
sorry, I mean, "...the way you WRITE."I hate the fact that I can't edit my comments!!
I might have to bring clorex wipes next time I come over. Just in case. LOL. Anyway I texted you a couple days ago and no response. No love =(. I like the blog. Keep up the awesome blog.
Thanks for the "eye opener" my boy is 2 and couldn't care less about peeing unless is on the carpet where he can hear the sound of it ... or if it means he can't get in the tub unless he does it.(I got to you through Mommy J)Love your stories
Oh my! I have never heard of the "hands free" approach. This post had me cracking up! I love that he is so proud to be reading on the pot! Aaww, funny.
I only have 1 boy and I can NOT even imagine 3. Coleman is now pretty good thanks heavens!!!I feel your pain, There were times when I just wanted to hose the room down, it was like it was on the ceiling. It drove me crazy!!!Good Luck!!!
Sock it to me!