Remember playing that game as a kid? Well, I have a new one to add to it...
This is really gross, so squeamish peeps don't read on.
Yesterday deacon was standing across the room from me and said " mama, I poopoo". I said "ok, well go, you don't need to ask, just go in there". He just kept saying "i poopoo" and wouldn't move. So then I realized he had gone in his pants. So I said ". Uh oh, that's ok, follow me to the potty and we can clean you up". He still wouldn't budge. When I got closer I saw a big puddle of diarrhea all over the carpet. That's when I realized why he wouldn't move, he was covered in poop. When I got him to the bathroom it was all over his clothes, down his legs, covering his shoes and socks and now all over the bathroom floor. I tried so hard not to act like it bothered me. But :puke2::puke2::puke2: oh gosh, it was hard! After cleaning him up as best as I could we just jumped in the shower to clean up.
So I told him he would need to wear a diaper for a while in case it happened again. Sure enough, a little later it happened again but the diaper couldn't contain it. As soon as jus laid him down to change him it was all over the carpet again just pouring out everywhere. :puke2::puke2::puke2:
We tried to tell him it was ok but he wouldn't stop crying. Finally we had him convinced to just tell us when he needs to toot. He told us that he wasn't pooping, just tooting. Poor baby. Fortunately the third time he said he had to poop and made it to the potty to go. Same thing, more diarrhea.
We are home today, in a diaper and praying for no more messes. He is complaining about a tummy ache right now. I think his antibiotics are making him sick. Either that or he has caught the stomach flu going around his daycare, I can't tell.
Just had to share with someone, this is new territory for me. :puke2: