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Friday, October 1, 2010

No one told me about the poop!

So as a little girl, when I would dream of being a mom, my thoughts would go to playing tea parties, dress up, reading books, and going for walks with my kids. Now, yes that is a PART of motherhood. A part that I love!

But.....it's not the only part.....

The part that people DON'T tell you about is the POOP! Yep, I said it, POOP!

So, my first time alone with both girls. Justin's parents were over visiting us. When they left, I was alone with the girls while waiting for my friend Esther to come over in about an hour. Addie was in her bed (not napping of course, but having her "down time"). I can handle this, right?

So I'm nursing Brynn, and I hear from Addie's room "Mommy, I have to go poo-poo"! Now mind you, my daughter is VERY smart and has already figured out how to get out of bed when she's supposed to be sleeping. The usual, I need water, I need to go potty, I need my binky, I need my baby doll, etc... Well I had already gone up there about 30 minutes before when she yelled this very phrase "I need to go poo poo" and taken her. AND, she went!

So when she started to yell this again, I figured it was another stall tactic, so I ignored her....

BIG MISTAKE!

I look at the video monitor a few minutes later and it looked like she had something in her hand....UH OH!

So I take Brynn and set her down (she begins to scream because her meal was just cut short) and I run upstairs (which just after a c section, not so good!). I go into Addie's room and swing open the door, and the smell HITS me like a ton of bricks! I see Addie and she has POOP all down her legs, on her arms, on her sheets, pillow cases, comforter, and binky! UGH! It was everywhere. So I pick her up and strip her down and put her in the tub (again, not easy after a c section) and hose her down with the shower nozzle. I try to get all the poop off her, all the while trying not to gag and listening to Brynn scream!

So then I run and grab my wrap and put Brynn on me so she won't cry so much and then juggle bathing Addie and keeping Brynn's head from bobbing back and forth in my wrap! UGH! Then I have to go and strip the bed, throw the binky away, cause there's just not reason to clean that....so gross!

Needless to say, I got it all cleaned up, but was very sore after wards.

Yeah, no one mentions all the poop you have to deal with as a mommy...if they did, I think we'd all think twice before having kids!

1 comment:

Jason & Vanessa said...

I went back and was rereading some old posts on my blog and I was reading the comments on this post http://goodtimesdelgadostyle.blogspot.com/2008/08/our-twins-and-our-hope.html I kept thinking "Blythe I know that name and I thought for sure I knew who you were" then I realized who you were. I remember when Sara told me about you guys I remember how my heart sank when she told me what happened to Peyton. I remember looking at your myspace page but having no clue what to say. I remember looking at pictures of your son and my heart just breaking in two. Then today I went to Peyton's web site and my heart broke allover again. I couldn't help but cry as I looked at all the pictures of your family loving on your sweet baby. It brought back all the memories of my family loving on the twins after they had died. Thursday marked the 2 year mark since Melody and Madison died and I can't believe 2 years have already gone by. I just wanted to let you know I was thinking about you guys and remembering your sweet baby boy. This scripture just came to mind

1 Cor 15: 54-58 54 When the perishable puts on the imperishable, and the mortal puts on immortality, then shall come to pass the saying that is written:
“Death is swallowed up in victory.”
“O death, where is your victory?
O death, where is your sting?”
The sting of death is sin, and the power of sin is the law. But thanks be to God, who gives us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ.Therefore, my beloved brothers, be steadfast, immovable, always abounding in the work of the Lord, knowing that in the Lord your labor is not in vain.

Praise God that through the work of Jesus Christ on the cross we have victory over death and we will get to see our babies again.

Congratulations on the new baby! That is soooooo exciting! Oh and sorry about all the poop. There are a few things I would have loved to be warned about :)

Vanessa