Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Why? The Bathroom Files.

It’s time for some more potty talk. If you’ve ever had kids or had anything to do with kids, you’ll know what I’m talking about. If you have no idea, then it’s just me. Maybe you’ll stay for the easy bathroom cleaning tip at the end.
Nothing like starting them early on the toilet with car magazines.

Seriously, why?
  • Why do I always know when my kids have to go to the bathroom before they do?
  • Why do they always have to go poop in the middle of nowhere when I told them to go before we left?
  • Why do they stay dry in bed until the moment I wash and change the sheets?
  • Why was the girl harder to potty train than the boy? I thought it was suppose to be the other way around.
  • Why is it a preschool boy “can hit that rock over there” when going in the woods, but can’t hit the toilet in his own bathroom?
  • Why would they rather go in the woods when the bathroom is only 25 feet away?
  • Why are the airplane bathrooms so small and why do my children always have to use them?
  • Why do they always have to use the bathroom at the most inopportune time?
  • Why are pit toilets so fascinating that we have to check out every one? 
  • Why do they assume "the position" and then say they don't have to go potty?
  • Why does the dog eat poop?
Assume the Position
 Why, why, why? Seriously, Why?

Easy tip: I’ve found it handy to keep some natural cleaning wipes in the linen closet for those times that a certain boy can’t aim correctly. I give him a wipe to have him wipe down…..his mess. The wipes can then be tossed in the compost and the container that holds the wipes can be recycled (at least the kind that I bought on sale). You could also keep a spray bottle of homemade cleaner and some old rags handy.

Any why’s to add on? I’m sure I could, but I’ll leave some room.

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