|How my GNO used to look...|
So with the arrival of all the men in my world...GNO has become even more important, I have to wash the testosterone off every once in awhile. The conversations and locations of GNO can vacillate greatly depending on the women I am with; some are new moms, some are moms of older kids, some never want kids and some are trying. (I can promise you the women who don't have kids don't really care about how many times your baby spit up today, because I don't care and I am a mom.) But what never changes is the fact that I am away from my boys just long enough for bedlam to visit my house. I'm not really sure what happens and frankly I'm not sure I want to know. I always return to the frat house after the keg party.
|What I now come home to...|
So after about an hour away from The Evans Home for Boys, I received this series of texts from my husband....
1. "Blake pooped!!"
2. "He was sitting on my lap" Then I got this picture text...
|Luke's shorts with baby poop on them|
3. "Jackson just peed on the floor"
These texts are supposed to get me a running' back to our abode?! Apparently Luke does not feel the boys need to wear diapers while I am gone. I mean seriously there is no other logical explanation for this series of unfortunate accidents. And then I ask you...why is he texting me and not just cleaning it up...why oh why do I need to know this? When I am out with the girls please only call/text if someone is bleeding and you are calling 911...Also, let me know the minute you call 911 because it will take the taxicab awhile to arrive and get me to the hospital.
But perhaps you think that this was one, out of the ordinary night. Again, I say walk a mile in my heels and yoga pants. But if you need a few more pieces of evidence of how things go to hell in hand basket the minute my car shifts into drive, I'll provide you with the photographic evidence you so crave.
|eating with his feet|
|with a diaper this full, no wonder he pees on the floor|
|proof that the diapers come off|
|and a bag of cookies...just what every toddler should have|
|riding 4 wheeler in house - Thank goodness he's got the helmet|