Tuesday, August 11, 2009

What a crappy night, seriously!!

Daddy here:

I don't have too much to report yet, as her doctor's appointment is on Thursday and her next birth to 3 class is on Wednesday but I thought you might get a kick out of what happened tonight.

When I got back home tonight Jenny was getting Caydence ready for her feeding. She had given Caydence her medicine already and was in the process of changing her diaper so I thought I would help out. Well, Caydence started to poo which typically isn't a big deal but tonight apparently wasn't just any ordinary night. Caydence kept pooing and pooing for awhile and we had to change her diaper a couple of times, which again, isn't all that unusual. But then, just when I thought it was safe to clean her up for the last time it happened....what happened you ask? PROJECTILE POO!!! Seriously, I thought she had to be running on empty at that point so I wasn't paying attention and she let it fly. After all was said and done, Jenny was a casualty of war, poor thing. She was a direct hit and all she could do was laugh at the whole thing while my jaw dropped. I guess what they say is true, when it's your child there isn't much that you won't be able to clean up or deal with.

Anyway, Caydence was cleaned up and things continued as usual for the rest of the night. I just thought you might get a kick out of our little excitement for the day. We'll make sure to post after her doctor's appointment so you all know how she's doing. Anyway, I guess I'll talk to you all later.

Take care from Caydence's Daddy


Anonymous said...

I hope the appointment goes well. I can;t say I have had any poo moments yet, just a couple throw ups. Way to take one Jenny. :)


dj said...

LOL Well I think I would have liked to see a video on that one!! I guess Caydee has a sense of humor already!

Can't wait to hear how her upcoming appointments go!!

Anonymous said...

She is her Father's daughter! LOL

Movie Star Wife said...

That happened with my first baby. She was on the changing table when all of a sudden stuff was shooting across the room and onto the wall. All I could do is stand there and laugh. No one warned me about that one.