Saturday, December 6, 2008

Batteries and Pee

Grace is napping less frequently.  The fact that she can get out of her bed and play, or shake her door, is apparently much more enjoyable than sleeping.  I'm no longer able to just read her a story and then tuck her in and walk away.  Instead, we read three stories, I beg, I promise treats, we pray....sometimes it works.


The other day as I held her, she began to rub my breast and look at me longingly.  "Have some milk mommy?  Pwease?"

"Oh, sweetie.  Mommies milk doesn't work anymore."

To which she replied, "Get new batteries?"

Oh Grace, batteries don't fix everything!

I put her in bed and went to my room.  A few minutes later, I heard a door open.  Shoot, she figured out how to open her door!  Then I heard, "Oh hi Sam!"

I ran from my room and grabbed a groggy Sam by the arm.  "What the heck do you think you're doing?"  He said nothing.  He completely ignored me, walked into the hallway, turned and faced the wall and then pulled down his pants and peed in a basket of clean laundry.

Apparently, my son can make messes even when he's asleep.



5 comments:

sara's art house said...

Funny!!!! And where would mommy put the batteries?!?!

Sarah said...

I asked her that. "in your tummy" was the answer. Makes perfect sense, doesn't it?

Brian said...

My son used to do the same thing. He used to just drop his pants and pee anywhere.

LovingLegacy said...

this is HILARIOUS!! the mommy milk issue is so bittersweet - my baby boy (#5) is still going at 14 mos... i hate to be done. and the sleep-peeing is a new crazy boy thing!

Susy said...

Kids say the darnest things don't they? I love it!!