September 7, 2007

The Mad Pooper Strikes Again

Last night we were giving the babies their last bottle before bed. Often during a feeding, one of the three will fill their diaper and stink up the room. We thought this was the case with Gabbie, when all of the sudden Greta noticed what looked like a pile of dog crap on the floor. Gabbie had completely filled her diaper and the overflow left an impressive pile on our (fortunately) hardwood floor and a mess all over Greta's clothes. We are so lucky that this steamy dump didn't land on the couch or the carpet. When Gabbie is about 16 years old I will be directing potential suitors to this weeks blog posts. Needless to say, she needed a bath.

This week has been a difficult one for us. Anne (our daytime help) went back to school and can only help Greta between about 2 and 5 p.m. As a result, Greta is completely spent by the time I get home, and the kids seem to be a little crankier than normal. On top of it all, Lukas has started a new phase of constant screaming and whining throughout the entire day. The boy makes this awful, awful noise that completely rattles your nerves. I really hope this is a phase that passes because it is taking its toll on the both of us. Lukas has always been the most demanding, but this week he has taken it to new heights. But he is so cute...

4 comments:

Hanselman Family said...

All three are cute!!

Another summer ends at Lake Mitchell. Next year they three will be RUNNING around on the sea wall and all. Keep that in mind during cold winter days. ;)

Anonymous said...

Keep extra clothes in the car at all times. The poop explosions can come any time! Lisa D.

Anonymous said...

Auntie Sarah is proud of you Gabbie...just try to poop more on your dad than your mom, he deserves it!

Jed said...

I know this is from a long time ago but I stumbled upon your blog and have been reading through the months. My wife and I had triplet girls May 29, 2010. We were in the NICU for 13 weeks, and are at home trying to get adjusted now!! But I thought the line was funny about how someone always stinks up the room while feeding. I always get that baby recently!!! I'm glad to see you made it through as it gives me hope that we will make it too..LOL! Our girls are 4 months old now and we are just trying to get the sleeping thing down and eliminate a night time feeding. I'll keep reading for tips and adivce and how to get through certain things!