Let's talk poop :::gag::: [Guest Blogger] | The Momma Diaries

Thursday, October 6, 2011

Let's talk poop :::gag::: [Guest Blogger]

Today I'm featuring Kat, over at It's Living Like the Kings.  Kat has an adorable baby girl, that makes my ute ache for all things girly!  Make sure you stop by her blog and check her out!.....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................

Hi, my name is Kat and a wife, mom, and blogger over at It’s Living Like the Kings. I’m super excited that Kami is letting me entertain you guys today, but if you’re not into gross baby poop stories, I’d really consider coming back tomorrow. As a general note, my blog is not usually about poop, so you’re safe to click the link.


I should also tell you a couple of quick things about me:


I don’t do poop.


My baby’s name is Addison, but we call her Peanut.


Now on to the post.


The other day Jon, my husband, and I were getting ready for dinner while Peanut was hanging out in her exersaucer. Peanut seemed totally content and when it was time to sit everyone down at the table, I lifted her out of her exersaucer and put her on my hip. She smiled.


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And then I smelt it.


Let me go back a couple of weeks and tell you that I am embarrassed to admit it, but I can’t take the new poop. A couple of weeks after her first solids, Peanut’s poop changed from being this non-smelly stuff I could deal with to pasty, yucky, smelly poop. And I can’t take it. As in, I gag. Meanwhile, Jon doesn’t seem to mind.


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Now let’s fast forward to yesterday. And that smell. I looked at Peanut and asked her if she pooped. She smiled her toothless smile at me. So I smelled her butt, which stunk. Then I looked at her leg…and noticed a huge glob of poo hanging out of her diaper.


That’s when I, maturely, started gagging and yelling for Jon to help me. He came over and I showed him Peanut while handing her over. Then I looked at the exersaucer, which was covered in poo. And my shirt, which was covered in poo. Then I gagged. And whined. And gagged. Jon was standing there, laughing, while holding the poopy Peanut. Then he looked at me seriously and said that there was a huge glob of poop that’s about to fall on the floor. I looked around, seeing nothing and reached out and caught the huge glob of poop in my hand. Then I gagged. While holding poop in my hand.


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Jon just kept laughing and headed for the baby room. I gagged. Washed the poop from my hand, changed my shirt, gagged, and went in to help.


After almost 15 minutes of cleaning poop off Peanut’s legs, back, arms, and belly button, she was finally clean and still smiling. And ready to eat some more food that will make her poop.


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I guess it’s all just a vicious cycle. Gag.

Living Like the Kings

1 comment:

  1. oh man, i totally feel you. and my 5 month old went 7 for 7 days in a row of blowouts in the Jumperoo. We renamed it the JumperPoo... and swapped to cloth diapers. It had been over a month and no JumperPoo blowout action until I put him in it the other day in a disposable diaper... JumperPoo. Lesson learned.

    :)

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