****WARNING: This post contains somewhat graphic images that may not be suitable for those with a sensitive stomach!****
Part of Tim's bedtime routine is taking a bath. So most evenings (when I'm gone to rehearsals on Thursdays or occasionally if we're all out and about or he is just too tired, we skip sometimes), around 7:15 PM we get him into the tub.
Which he loves. Obviously.
Last night, while we were undressing him... We got a special surprise!
A PENNY! We have no idea when he ate it... But we're glad it's out.
How did that feel, Tim?
That's about what I expected.
On a related note, Tim is SUPER obvious about when he is pooping. He will suddenly hold very still, kind of tense up, and grunt.
So, we ordered him this:
We are going to try to just start putting him on it when he starts acting all poop-like, and see if we can just sort of condition him into. He's only about 11 months old, and I realize that this is MUCH younger than when people usually start potty training. But, I figure if we know when he is pooping, why not just stick him there and get him used to it before he is really old enough to protest it?
Also, I don't mind changing wet diapers... It's the poopy ones that get ya.
VERY unrelated, we made these delicious pomegranate oatmeal chocolate cookies that I found on pinterest.
Even Tim likes them. Look at him smiling with his little mouth full of cookie!
I love this dude.