Thursday, February 12, 2009

he did it!!

with a little coaxing- he filled two diapers!!
I think it's more of a relief for me than him.

14 comments:

tiff said...

woooo hoooo way to go ike.

when lenny & amandas youngest becca was being potty traind she never would poo on the toliet well her birthday is in december shortly after her 2nd or 3rd birthday (however old she was) she wanted to have a 2nd birthday that year so lenny and amanda told her that when she started pooping on the toliet she could have another birthday. she started that may we had a birthday paerty forher inbetween my birthday and my moms becca was lucky i wanna have a party everyday they are fun glad ike gets a poo party i love the cake

Michelle said...

Hahahahahaha! That is so funny! Yay, Ike! What did you do to coax him?

Nate and Jessica said...

You sicko.

Kent and Leisy said...

we had to do it, jess!

Lyndsay said...

I'm interested to know what flavor a poo party cake is.

M- your favorite said...

Way to go! That reminds me of a icecream cake I bought for Have a good day! Do you remember that Kent?

Cynthia and Steve said...

Woo Hoo! For a second I thought you really had bought a cake and I was surprised.

Kent and Leisy said...

cyndi- yeah- I just found a "poo party" cake in google images and photoshopped ike's name in! I have no idea why someone would really make a poo party cake- but apparently they did.

Breanne said...

I know how you feel when they finally do it! Mara was jaundice and they kept telling me to wake her up to eat, but you know how newborns are, they love to sleep. And they were so concerned about her pooping, but it's totally uncontrolable. But I was so relieved when she finally did it, I'm pretty sure I cried!
So, way to go Ike!

Cynthia and Steve said...

I bet the poo party cake was for a 4 year old kid who was potty training and finally stopped pooping in their underwear. That would be worth a cake!!

Katy said...

Yeah! I agree that is was probably a toilet-training cake. That is always something worth celebrating, even with an elaborate cake!

Rachael said...

we had a "potty party" for Lydia when she was potty trained. We had balloons, played a bean bag toss and my aunt even brought her new panties. It was hilarious. But it motivated her. But we didn't have such a fabulous cake. It's not very appetizing to have a cake with the word "poo" written on it, is it? It definitely shouldn't be brown. :)

Linz said...

You know, as parents, talking about our childrens bowel movements is as natural as breathing. At what point did we loose our dignity???

Congratualtions Ike!!

Amy and Craig said...

I keep thinking "WHERE DID YOU GET THE CAKE???"