Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Guest Post by Incredible Mom

Oh my goodness! Oh my goodness! Readers, I can't believe it! Someone actually wants to post on this blog! I mean, someone other than Awkward Mom. Holy cats, hold the phone and your hat and any nearby children; Incredible Mom is here!

(Incredible Mom..AKA Ja Nelle...actually posted this in the comments section of the blog post requesting guest posts; Girl does not let grass grow under her feet. I have copy and pasted it exactly as she wrote it....all 4 comments of it.) Plus, I had to include her Facebook message to me, alerting me to this feat; it was too awkward to miss!

Facebook Message: SO I am super ticked right now I wrote out almost two whole pages to be a guest on your blog only to have my stupid computer break down and close without my permission I will try again after supper.

Will post after I feed my tribe!

Super Friend Ja Nelle here with the power to lose her mind at any given moment!Hey Super Awkward Mom! OK so and Awkward moment.... well I didn't have to dig too deep for this one. Hold on to your hats here it goes.So I would like to discuss potty teaching moments with little boys. So while on our way to our local library my two year old (whom we are potty training at the moment) informs me that the time has come to visit the potty. Seeing as we just got off the bus and the door to the building is over 100 feet away not to mention the elevator needed to take to the 1st level where the washrooms are located. I brave the brisk air which I am sure by now has sent a signal of emergency to his brain and genitals. I race to get in, oh did I mention that i had my baby stroller 3000 in tow. Yeah this thing can hold kids, grocery, and in the event I can't walk anymore, my 200lb behind. It's a beast! Anyhoo we make it too the washroom when my little guy informs me yet again that he is ready to enter into the guys restroom. I briefly remind him of the "rules" I have laid in place when going to a public restroom. After about 2 secs and the strange look on his face he says hmmmmm (his favorite saying BTW) alright so in I rush to find a stall suitable to sustain the baby stroller 3000 I proceed to get him in when he stops abruptly turns to me and gives me this look that said. "I dare you to cross this threshold. I am a young man now and I do not need you to help me right now." I sigh and back away slowly while he proceeds to close the door. Few moments go by and I hear "AWW Shoot" I quickly open the door to see that he was having a hard time getting his little guy bits out of the properly placed hole in his Lighting McQueen underoos. I bend down to assist him and just as I get things in order I hear two ladies enter in. I get the "OK mom I am good, now get out look." and proceed to find a way to let the now very annoyed ladies in so they can find a stall. They really don't have kids I say to myself. Well while I wait I hear my son say in a very low voice (you know we mothers have super power hearing when we want to use it) he says uh oh. next thing I know I open the stall door and see a lovely stream of urine sliding on the stall wall and into the stall next to use which of course just happen to have one of the annoyed ladies in it. As I look down two things run through my mind. One is How can someone so small hold that much pee, and two well that's motherhood for you. With a quick wipe of the floor and a apologetic look to the lady , who looks utterly disgusted I wash our hands and we make our way back into civilization. After collecting all the super letters for today's blog this is what the message spells out."I AM GOING TO GO CRAZY, WANT TO COME?" LOL until next time, my friend keep doing what you do because you keep women like me on the somewhat sane tip. (I did say somewhat) Love ya!

OH yeah I am not well verse in the English language so if my grammar offends anyone I blame the meds. LOL

Here is a pic of our super family just in case you wanted to see us!!

Incredible Toddler sounds like he has prowess in the pee department, and it sounds like your patience was pushing its perimeters, Incredible Mom. I just love the letter P, but I really loved your guest post and I am sure our Readers did too! If you want to hear more from Incredible Mom, or, more accurately, her other alter-ego, Design Diva, check her out at Royel Bijou! (Didn't I tell you that no grass grew under her? I have never actually seen the woman sit down...) She will also be joining my blog list with our other fearless allies. Thank you so much, Incredible Mom; keep on being incredible!

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