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Another boring Weekend Recap



So, we started the REAL potty training this weekend. That means the diaper is OFF. I have mentioned before that we're taking it slow with Mehul as we don't want to pressure him. Another good reason is that we don't own a Steam Cleaner and we have lots of carpet ;) We started training him because, well, we don't have much to do rightnow! LOL! It's true. No home improvements, nothing exciting, really. Plus, I want some good stories for scrapping and blogging. LOL!

M is usually very good about telling us when he has to use the potty for poop (sorry if it's TMI). He doesn't tell us about the waterworks, but that's because he always has diaper or pull-ups on. For the non-US residents, pull ups are really just like diapers but are easier to pull up. They function like diapers and can hold really well. They're supposed to train the kids and give a wet feeling. Except that it doesn't really work that way and parents start treating it just like a diaper.

So, no diaper this weekend. We didn't have to go anywhere (except M went for a haircut and came back almost bald, thanks to DH). Saturday morning, I asked M if he needed to use the potty. Nope. I put his pajama on and let him run around. He was sitting in DH's lap in the recliner and watching the trucks outside the window - our daily ritual. And then I heard this.

DH : "Mehul, you did P-P?"
Mehul: "No. Pajama did P-P!"

Yeah. The weekend was pretty much like this. I managed to do a lot of stitching and movie watching. Casino Royal was really good. Legally Blond 2 was ok. I loved The Holiday. There was another one on Jeepers Creepers marathon that I don't remember!

Us



Credits:
Everything from Ztampf.
Palais Royal kit, Belaced Accent Pack, Silky Blooms Accent Pack, Atristrokes - The Gift Of Life

Embrace



Credits:
Background: Lisa Whitney Artsy Fartsy Sampler given on ScrapArtist Blog
Lace: Scrapartist Simple Pleasures kit
Tag: Miki Ferkul
Grid Overlay: Designer Digitals Katie Pertiet
Photo Frame: Designer Digitals Katie Pertiet
Swirly Overlay: Scrapartist Simple Pleasures kit
Wordart: Scrapartist Simple Pleasures kit

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Sene said…
Happy Potty training!! HA HA!!

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