I just had to clean a man sized turd off of the bathroom floor. My 4 year old decided to poop his pants and while taking off his pants he dropped the turd, and when I went in the bathroom he had poop smeared all over himself. I so thought we were past this. Never a dull moment.
On a side note, the smell of poop is next to impossible to get off of your hands.

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Comment by CrisDee Plambeck on June 4, 2009 at 1:52pm
OK - a little late on the comment but I'm just catching up with everyone in the groups I joined ....
We have a somewhat different problem, but all poop stories are related. Our 7 year old constantly plugs the toilet. Not just ours. At Thanksgiving/grandma's -- yep. At the babysitters. We're going to dig him an outhouse. I don't know how a 7 year old can have so much poop.
Comment by Tammy on February 7, 2009 at 9:20pm
Totally disgusting! and yet hilarious.

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