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Bathtime: A Horror Story

So the other day Hadlee and Miss Baby were taking a bath.  I was checking on them literally every 30 seconds while I did other stuff.  My husband was quite confused why I went in there 10 times in 5 minutes.  Hadlee is quite vocal in the bathtub, constantly singing or playing with her toys, so I wasn't to concerned that anything would happen without me hearing about it, and I was only 10 feet away at most.  But while I wasn't in there, Hadlee started yelling for me.  I bolted over, terrified that something had happened.  Something had happened indeed.

Floating in the bathwater were turds.  Yup.  Poop.  In the tub. 

I immediately tried to remove Hadlee from the tub.  I was quite sure that it was Miss Baby that had used the bathtub as a toilet, and thought it was disgusting that Hadlee was sitting in someone else's feces water.

Our conversation went something like this:

Rachel:  Hadlee, get out now!  Here is your towel.
Hadlee:  I didn't do it!  It was the BABY!
Rachel:  I know, GET OUT!
Hadlee:  But it wasn't me!  It was the BABY!
Rachel:  Yeah, I know, the baby pooped, now GET OUT!
Hadlee:  But the baby did it, I didn't poop!
Rachel:  Hadlee, I know you didn't poop, the baby did, and you are sitting in it and that is disgusting, now GET OUT!!!!
Hadlee:  Fine.


Apparently me taking her out of the tub first was like accusing her of pooping in the tub.  Like she was in trouble.  If it were me I would have jumped out of the tub as fast as I could, I guess she thought I should just take the turds out and bathtime should continue uninterrupted. 


She finally got out, then I took Miss Baby out of the tub.  I tried to get her to stay in the bathroom, but since I also had to empty the bathtub I didn't exactly succeed.  I fished the floaters (good news, Miss Baby must be getting enough fiber, at least that is what I learned in the Prairie Primer) out of the tub with toilet paper.  I missed one by a little bit and got some on MY THUMB!  GROSS!

So I finally get all of it out, and have to wait for the tub to drain, which apparently takes a little while.  As soon as it gets empty I start refilling it so I can wash the girls from head to toe to make sure they are at least mildly sanitary after the last debacle.  I put Hadlee in the tub and then go to get Miss Baby.  Who was standing right outside the doorway of the bathroom.  Peeing on the carpet.

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