This is what happens when you let your kid wipe their own butt.


For the rest of the story, read here and here.  Or don’t.  Not responsible for future sleep disorders, paranoia, diapering until the age of 12, or other associated trauma.

28 thoughts on “Public Service Announcement For Parents.

    1. Tell me about it. Apparently my tile was laid so long ago that they laid it on chicken wire and concrete. The concrete is the cause of the complete inability of it to dry out. Hence the removal.

  1. I have to say, it looks like you were having issues before this one incident, because that’s a lot of damage (and it looks like more than just days old). So perhaps this was a blessing in disguise? Silver linings. ;)

    1. Nope – I took that picture yesterday halfway through the floor removal process. It is now completely gone. Sigh. But I am getting a bathroom remodel out of it – I just wouldn’t have chosen the KID’S bathroom for that!!

  2. All that cute tile!!! :-( Are you going to go with hexagonal tile again or try something different? We’re getting ready to do the floors of both bathrooms and are in The Great Tile Debate.

  3. Wow. That’s bad! I bought an extra wipe warmer and put in on top of the toliet tank so Bug gets one TP wipe and one or two baby wipes which then go in the garbage. I have heard several people’s toliet woes over the supposedly flushable wipes so I stopped buying those. Good luck w/the new bathroom!

  4. I was starting to feel antsy about potty training…starting look forward to the idea of no more daipers. I think I’ll just be grateful that my bathroom is safe for now. I hope your knew bathroom is everything you never knew you wanted it to be!

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