Saturday, November 3, 2012

Bathroom Faux Pas

If you don't like bathroom stories about kids don't read this.

If you want a good laugh, read it.

Grandpa Spiehs picked the boys up from preschool one day this week. He got Cousin Elijah and Isaak in the car. They were in their car seats and buckled. 

Isaak said: I have to go poop!

Grandpa said: Can it wait until we get home, or do you have to go now?

Isaak said: I have to go now!

Out the boys go. Back into the church. 

A church lady was coming out and said: Oh did you guys forget something?

Elijah said while throwing his arms in the air: Isaak has to poop!

In the bathroom they went. Isaak was in the stall, while Grandpa and Elijah were in the bathroom waiting.

Isaak cried frantically because he thought Grandpa left him. 

When he was done Grandpa wiped him. It was a messy one. He needed help.

Grandpa went to wash his hands right away. 

Elijah was holding the door open and said: Come on Isaak I want to get out of here. 

Isaak (with his pants not pulled up) hops out of the bathroom.

Grandpa went out of the bathroom to escort the 1/2 naked boy back in to pull his pants up. 

Isaak and Elijah were now outside the bathroom and Grandpa still had to finish washing his hands. 

Isaak cried frantically once again about Grandpa leaving him. 

I think they drew enough attention, don't you?

I hope no one got a peep show.



Masshole Mommy said...

LMAO! My 5 year old doesn't get the modesty concept, either.

Maryann D. said...

That is funny! Boys seem to have a lot of cute bathroom stories. You just never know what is going to happen when you are out with a young boy. Glad Grandpa was able to handle the situation.
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Are We There Yet! said...

Poor Grandpa!! Oh yuck!! Hopefully Isaak learns to wipe himself soon. LOL.... It is funny but not funny.

Liz Mays said...

Yes, I'm pretty sure more than a few people knew there was some poop happening on that day!

Eat To Live said...

I see those naked babies again. I am surprised he hasn't lost them yet.


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