It was in the air...even though my 2 year old had NO idea what was going on that night, she seemed to just know....ya know?? Like something told her to NOT take her daily 2 hour nap and want carried the entire hour and 15 minute trick or treat route. My arm as you can imagine is a little sore today.
It was amazing. I put her down at the normal nap time of 2:45 pm. She was so ready too. She ran upstairs and climbed up the side of her crib. I put her in, tucked her in with kisses and tickles, turned on her fan, said Night Night, and out I went. I crept down the stairs, made sure I had the montior on and began cleaning up the disaster that the girls made of my house. I could hear my dearest Sydney on the monitor. Was she sleeping? Nope. Instead I heard....her singing...jumping on the bed.......knocking books off her bookshelf......yelling....squealing...talking to her babies.....and doing EVERYTHING under the sun but sleeping, except crying. I left her up there till I came back from the bus stop at 4:00. Yep, I know...what a mean Mommy I am, but listen...if she isn't napping she needs time by herself for somewhat "quiet" time, and for me too!
When I went up to get her out of her crib.......I got a wiff of something as the door swung open.
SHIT (sorry no better words). It overwhelmed the room. It was also on the floor.
This is when I realized I had a problem. When you potty train a 2 year old who is still in her crib, you have to be prepared for such things. She took a shit in her pull-up, realized....hey I can't sleep in shit so I must get rid of it.
So on the floor it went. The dog does it so why can't I?? (giggle snort snort...sorry....I am trying to understand the philosphy of a 2 year old).
She says, "I poppied."
I say, "Yep you did."
I proceed to clean up the nice unsquished turds on the floor and in the crib, cleaned her up, and took her downstairs. At 5:00 she decided to fall asleep on the way back from McDonalds. Her little 30 minute nap did more damage to her already crabbiness. That is how I ended up with pictures like these below and had to carry her the whole trip!