Oh my gosh. I am sitting here, shocked, at what Knox just did. I was sitting at my computer, working away, when I hear my mom yelling “Knox?!! What are you doing?!!” Then she starts saying “He’s peeing! He’s peeing out of his diaper! It’s everywhere!” I’m like, “what is going on here??” She runs him to the changing area, undoes his one-piece outfit (like a JonJon with buttons between the legs) and… nothing. She starts telling me, shocked, that I forgot to put a diaper on him! I am adamant that, no, I did NOT forget his diaper! I am not that scatterbrained, even on a bad day. No way! We go back and forth about this, while my mom is laughing at me for being insane and not diapering my child. I knew there was no way I forgot that! I walked into the room to his play area and saw this (excuse the blur, I took these on my Blackberry):
See that green diaper? Yep. My child, THROUGH HIS CLOTHES, undid the velcro on one side of his diaper, let it drop to the floor, stepped out of it, and went along playing on his merry little way. Then, he stood up, sans diaper, and peed all over the blanket (see the upper left quadrant of the photo). And his clothes. And his legs. And the floor. Oh, and there was definitely a pungent little turd in that diaper, too, just to make things more interesting. Oh my gosh. I was really hoping this day would never come, where he decides to be diaper-free and make my life more difficult. We may be diapering him backwards because if he can unvelcro through his clothes, we have some issues!
Here he is, the little stinker, half-naked (for now… until he undoes this diaper) and quite pleased with himself.
Oh. Dear. Me.
Updated: five seconds later, this is what I see.
Yep. Fully naked. He did it again, that squirt! I looked back at him, he was holding his diaper, he laughed and threw it out of his pack n play onto the floor. Now, he is sitting in his blanket-less play pen with a backward diaper on. In the words of Joey on “Friends,” Knox likes “going commando.” Oy! I think I’ve got my hands really full right about now.
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