Friday, November 30, 2007

L-A-Z-Y - I Got No Alibi.

I will admit, I'm lazy. My child was introduced to the potty 6 months ago, showed alot of promise, pooping, and peeing on several occasions. She's interested, I'm not. I like diapers. They're easy. I always know where the poop is, and there are no "Mommy, I have to tee-tee" moments, while driving down the interstate, miles from the nearest restroom, that will in no way meet my standards of cleanliness.

I've tried to play it cool, acting like I'm the "laid back" Mom, just letting the Munchkin "explore" her options, and take her time. No potty boot camp kind of training, or setting the potty up in the living room for us. Laid back? HA! I'm just down right lazy, and unwilling to give up the convenience of our beloved Cruisers...

What's the largest size those come in anyway?

6 comments:

AnGlOpHiLe FoOtBaLl FaNaTiC said...

It is tough. I totally agree with you. And, with a 5 hour trip home that would, no doubt, turn into 7 once the pee goes in the potty, I'm not in any hurry. And, mine's 6 mos older than yours!

Yankee Belle said...

Hopefully large enough so that one day they will realize..."I think I am too old for diapers." I am riding your lazy train too.

Steph said...

I understand how convenient diapers can be. They go up to a 6 :)

SouthernBell said...

LOL! Welcome to my world. My little girl was going to the potty on her own before she was 2. I was determined to wait until she was 2 1/2 to even start. It worked out -- the pooping in the potty was fun. But, at 2 1/2 plus a month and a half she was trained.
(Uh, do you know why I have to sign into a fake Google/Blogger account in order to leave a comment on your blog?)

Catwoman said...

I wish we could trade kids then, because I? am so freaking tired of changing diapers, I could literally gouge my eyes out at the idea of changing yet another one. And my son? Shows no interest in potty training, despite daycare sticking them on the potty every hour and half of the kids in Little Man's class being potty trained.

"MommaDrool" said...

I am right there with you...

Unfortunately, my child looks like she is 4 instead of 2, so people actually look at me and think "lazy parent."