(2)Oh wait, have you met my 2 year old? The child is a piece of work. Hilarious. Smart. Loving. Incapable of sleeping through the night. I swear to you, dear internetz, I can count on a single hand the number of times the child has gone all night without hollering for one of us. I mean, how freaking hard is it to put your own blanket back on if you're cold? Probably easier than opening the art tub and strewing the contents all of the dang floor WHICH SHE IS PERFECTLY CAPABLE OF DOING. So despite the darling newborn being all darling and sleepy and full of sleep, the toddler, with her pants peeing and all that, still managed to interrupt my many straight hours of potential slumber.
(3)I'm sorry, have I neglected to mention the pants peeing? The "potty training" as some are wont to call it? Y'all know how I roll. If I'm already knee deep in excrement, why not just dive right in head first, right? So with a newborn who poops 7,000 times per day and piles of cloth diapers to clean (not really. The machine does it.) I decided it was high time to potty train the toddler.
(4)Hey, don't make that face at me. Remember when we potty trained Paul? Why ruin a good thing? "Choosing the wrench" as Cari would say.
(5)Anyway, she's actually doing really great overall. I shouldn't complain. I mean, I don't really even know where she is right now (Mom of the Year up in here!) and I'm not even worried about pee on a sofa or anything. She doesn't wear pull-ups or anything. But seriously? Changing crib sheets in the middle of your infant's 5.5 hour sleeping streak is not so bueno my friends.
(6)Oh my gosh. That is totally a thing people should have to do in purgatory. Changing pee-pee crib sheets in the middle of the night. Amiright moms or am I right?
Holy cow. The entire quick takes post about pee. I didn't even mention poop once! You're welcome.
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