Tuesday, October 23

Bathroom Words

Warning: Some bathroom words have been used in the writing of this post so if you are easily offended or more mature than I, this might not be the post for you.

My children are well into the middle of a major phase right now and I am just buying my time until it passes. The phase? Well, um, I think I would call it the poopoo phase? As in, they think saying the word poopoo is the funniest, most taboo thing in the entire universe. There is nothing funnier to them than screaming poopoo! at the top of their lungs. And they do it often. They take such joy saying it, laughing, then running to tell on one another, "Mom, Nyah said a bathroom word!" 
I hear the word coming from the closet as they play together, hear them tell each other to say it, "Elsa, say poopoo," and hear it in the van as we travel. Because every song has the potential for bathroom word use.

You are my poopoo
My only poopoo
You make me poopoo 
When skies are poopoo...

Twinkle, twinkle little poopoo...

Momma called the doctor and the doctor said,
"No more poopoos jumping on the bed!"

And that's just what I've hear this morning.

I have failed, somewhere, I have failed. My precious angelic little girls have potty mouths and I am sure poor Jude is soon to be corrupted. 
I remind them each time they let it fly that we only talk about those words in the bathroom and they get it, I think. I am just worried Nyah will go to school and recite the alphabet in he new favorite way...H I J K L M N O POOPOO.
So there you have it. We've lost all control over here. Why wasn't I warned of this phase? Or are my kids just extra special?


  1. I really don't understand why you have used pictures of these children. lol

  2. Thanks for the comment but I have to say I am a bit confused. I included photos of the children who are actually saying these "bathroom words" playing in the park, having fun, being young and saying silly things.


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