The truth as I know it:

We witness a miracle every time a child enters into life. But those who make their journey home across time & miles, growing within the hearts of those who wait to love them, are carried on the wings of destiny and placed among us by God's very own hands. ~~~ Kristi Larson

Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Love that Nativity!

Okay, people, if you don't get a laugh out of this nativity scene, nothing is humorous to you. (Scroll down to the bottom to see the homemade nativity... precious!) Or, maybe it could be that my sense of humor is a little off today. I am sure it has nothing to do with the fact that my darling daughter decided YESTERDAY that she was going to potty train herself. I won't go into what a terrible potty trainer I am and how I procrastinate it and how she could NOT have chosen a worse time than the week before Christmas (the week of two school Christmas programs and about 5,329 errands to run.) But back to the point, which is that my sense of humor MUST be in tact if I am laughing about this because the scene that follows could only be accomplished by a seasoned mother. Do not try this at home, it's only for professionals.

Meg says, "I need pee-pee!!!!" We run to the potty as I realize that there is poop actually coming out of her at that very moment and in fact, she has already STEPPED in the poop. I put her on the potty and go to clean up the said accident, when I can't locate the "droppings" I realize that my wonderful dog has eaten the evidence. I start to wipe her foot off and realize it's all down her leg, etc. so I turn to start the bath water at which time, Connor drops the training seat on her foot and she starts howling bloody murder. Being the awesome, experienced, loving mom that I am, I jerk her right up, kiss her foot, and then realize it was the one with the poop on it. Connor proceeds to feed the dog an ENTIRE bag of breath freshening treats and that's enough said about the great poop incident of '08.

Proberbs 17:1
"Better a dry crust with peace than a house full of feasting with strife."


Sonja Lowell said...

DANG, that's a good one! But I can't see the nativity pic you're talking about. I may be just "blog challenged".... :)

Lindsay said...

Mmmm - nice :0

Definitely good to learn from the mistakes of others! I'll heed the warning!

Barb said...

I can't find the nativity scene, either . . .

I'm The Momma, That's Why! said...

I thoroughly enjoyed (at your expense) the poop of the day story. Then I check in on McKmama - guess what? Nuggey had a pretty good one, too! At the Community Center!

Are those kids ganging up on you guys? Is it going to get worse?? OMG! POOP WARS!!!!!!

I'm safe, Grannies don't do poop unless we want to!

Love your blog!

Grannie in Floria

lori said...

Thanks for the laugh! When I think my day is crazy and out of control; I can always read your blog and know that someone has me beat!