5:00AM: Doggie diarrhea spotted under high chair.

5:30AM: Screaming JJ wakes to a remarkably full diaper. Fortunately, no leakage.

7:00AM: Catch a whiff of something foul when lifting Casey out of his booster seat. Giant poo log goes rocketing out of his shorts when attempting to change. Poo everywhere.

11:30AM: Trumpeting emanates from the nether regions of a crimson faced JJ. Highchair and child necessitate extensive cleaning.

2:00PM: Afternoon snack proves too much for Casey's bowels. Change of clothes required.

5:30PM: Applesauce & Plum baby food is no longer my friend. JJ's colon is officially clean.

6:30PM: More doggie diarrhea spotted on patio. Mom's off-duty, hubs to be notified. By blog.

(original post found here: www.AprilsLittleFamily.blogspot.com)

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Comment by April on September 23, 2008 at 10:46am
Usually there's not SO much poop, but, boy, yesterday was a doozy!

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Comment by Stacey Crew on September 23, 2008 at 9:28am
I remember those days. Yikes. Up until my kids were about 4, I felt like I spent most of my days cleaning up poop and on my knees wiping up food that fell on the floor. It gets better...now that my girls are 8 and almost 11, I can send them upstairs to take a shower and if there's excess food on the floor, they are capable of cleaning it up. Hang in there!

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