Thursday, February 12, 2009

It Takes Two Baby....

So I have only talked about Poop one other time people! If you feel the need click here.
Ok, so I blogged about it twice. Click here too.

Again this is not for those with weak stomachs. And no I will spare you and not include pictures with this one.

I can handle the newborn poop. Even the first newborn poop. Those of you who have had a baby know what I am talking about.

My son has always been the "Tootsie Roll" type. You know primarily biscuits.

Since Sunday, DH and I have dreaded the diaper change. I have heard myself saying things like. "No! I did it last time." or "I do it all day!" (purposefully guilting him into diaper duty, and it is not usually hard to coerce him)

It has been bad folks. And I want it to go away. So bad that I am afraid to take him out in public for fear of wearing it home. Yes me, wearing it home. So bad that I feel like I need a shower after changing him.

It has taken two of us to change him because he is in that "exploring" stage. He wants to "give his worm a wiggle" if you know what I mean. Unfortunately, the poop is everywhere....and I mean everywhere.

He's a tricky little fella.
It starts with gas. He lets a few rip and we get our panties in a wad. (well I get my panties in a wad...DH would not want you to think that he wears panties)
I sniff butt. I check. I sniff butt. I check. Nothing. Until....

I think the Wook is saving them up for one big explosion a night. Usually while sitting in his highchair so that the "force is with him". Scary. Does anyone have a Lightsaber that squirts stain remover?

It has been serious. When there is just as much poop in the jammies as in the diaper, its serious. Seriously disgusting!

So I called the other Jessica. She is a mommy of two precious kiddos and always knows what to do, or at least she tells me that its ok that I don't know what to do.

She is a dear friend.
I knew this before I started calling her to help me decipher poops.

She assured me that with no other symptoms and the infrequency, it was probably just him adjusting to some new foods.

So I ask "What have we been feeding him???????" Oh how I long for the days of "Found a Peanut". Leave me a comment and let me know that this too shall pass. That's funny... Since we are "passing lots" these days.

4 comments:

amy dawn said...

Okay...I definitely don't know you. Clicked on your blog from Robin's page. I'm not a mom, but I do teach preschool. I found this blog hilarious! I know it must be bad for you, but funny to the rest of us :)

amy dawn said...

Okay...I definitely don't know you. Clicked on your blog from Robin's page. I'm not a mom, but I do teach preschool. I found this blog hilarious! I know it must be bad for you, but funny to the rest of us :)

Heather said...

I'm so, so glad that I'm not the only one who sniffs butt to check for poop! My husband is embarrassed to death when I do this in public, but I assured him that all moms do. I don't think he believes me, so now I have proof.

momstheword said...

Yes, it will pass! I remember "wearing" some of my son's lovely....um....well, you know. I was changing him and the rubber pants got stuck on his foot and I tugged the pants loose, big mistake. Let's just say that I had to wash off my face and glasses afterwards.