I know, that’s not my typical blog title
But recently, I saw 2 blogs who made me laugh and think about poop in bathtubs.
Just When Things Are Looking Up, Someone Always Shits In The Tub. This girl is awesome, go read her posts… unless you are easily offended, she’s not shy with words. I love her!
And here the second post: It’s all fun and games until someone poops in the bathtub
It’s poop week!
From day 1, Emily had serious tummy issues.
I have heard many parents over the years state that they would take a constipated baby over the poop machines they had.
Only a parent who has never seen their baby, the love of their life, suffers through constipation would say that. The cramps, the discomfort, the squirming, the cries, the screams…
A constipated baby is no jokes.
We gave our tiny baby many baths hoping that she would relax enough to make things move.
A poop in the bathtub was reason to celebrate!
Yes, you read that right.
We would be really quiet, let it happened, take Emily out of the tub, drain the tub, dispose of the poop, clean the tub and fill it again.
If we got a second poop, awesome. If not, at least we had a clean baby.
Yes, we washed the bathtub a lot but for us, a poop in the bathtub was awesome because it meant our baby felt a little bit better!
Is there anything in your world that makes you appreciate what others take for granted?
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