This Time I Will Answer the Question

Q: What kind of lunatic voluntarily pees demands to use the restroom in the grocery store, but pees in her pants when she is 15 feet away from her own, freshly cleaned bathroom and maybe 5 or 6 feet away from a training potty?

A: This kind:

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I mean good Christ! Have you been in a grocery store bathroom?

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  1. You’re talking about my kids, right?

  2. Wow. I would have guessed the other one.

  3. Oh she looks so sad.

    I won’t be fooled by that look though, I have a 3 yr old girl. I’m onto the tricks she pulls.

    Still though, so sad and cute. Aww.

  4. Oooooh. But grocery store bathrooms are FUN. I mean, who KNOWS what’s in there! Plus I’m sure she was VERY BUSY and just forgot all about that sparkling bathroom just feet away.

    Look at that face…:(

  5. My son recently stood in front of his training potty and peed on the floor.

  6. I’m guessing the same kind of lunatic that poops in the potty but instead of wiping herself or calling her mother to wipe her just pulls up her underwear causing poopy to get on them thus defeating the purpose entirely. What fun!

  7. Well, she does have a thing for New Jersey.

  8. She seems pretty damn sad, what does *your* bathroom look like?

  9. I’m going with the New Jersey defense.

  10. Well, you DO get to walk into the grocery store’s secret places to get to that nasty bathroom.

  11. Like your children…mine have the goal of trying out every disgusting public restroom they can find.

    I think they are going for a guiness record or something

  12. I can top that. My son was literally IN FRONT OF the nasty grocery store toilet and he just peed all over their floor. He decided he didn’t want to aim and shoot I guess. It is one of those times where you always realize you must always clean the bottom of your shoes and to always take them off in the house. The amount of times he has gotten some sort of nasty #1 or #2 on the floor by accident in public makes you think about that kind of stuff.

  13. I just last night had a conversation with my friend about our kids (ages 2 1/2, 3 and 4) who all are fascinated with all bathrooms other than their own. Like the gas station, the grocery store, even the neighbors. And my guy peed all over the floor of a gas station – right in front of the coffee station immediately after denying that he had to go – a couple of weeks ago. I agree with Michelle about justification for making it a “No Shoes” rule for the house!

  14. The older one in our house has always seemed to like to tour new bathrooms. Maybe Claudia has the same issue.

  15. i have visited every single grocery store bathroom. ever. because josh needs to pee. every time we walk into one. he’s got impeccable timing. ew.

  16. Oh, I can SO relate! This is a continual battle with my SIX year old son. Why can he keep his pants dry all day every day at SCHOOL, but if he’s at home playing video games or playing with the neighbor kids outside, he just pees his pants. It drives me and my wife nuts! (More so my wife cuz she gets to WASH the multiple sets of shorts he goes through in a day). I mean, don’t the neighborhood kids make fun of him with that big wet spot across the front of his pants?!?!

    Anyway, love your blog!

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