Friday, June 20, 2008

Mr. Naked-Pants


I know, "Naked-Pants" is a contradiction in terms, but oh well. Every time I turn around, Little Bitty is running around naked, and it's driving me crazy! He's never been a big fan of clothes, but now not only is he taking off his shirt all the time, he's figured out how to take his shorts off too, and of course the next step was the pull-ups.

In a sense, I think this is a good sign, he takes his pull-up off every time he goes to the bathroom in it, so it means he recognizes when he's done his business and that he doesn't want to walk around with a mess in his pants. That's the good news. The not-so-good news is that sometimes he just takes it off for fun so he can run around going commando. The even-less-exciting news is that when he takes off a messy pull-up, he drags it around the house to bring it to us, trailing it's contents (if there are contents) as he goes. Yucky. Other times, he just leaves the messy pull-up wherever he is for us to find later (after we see him streaking across the room and go looking for it).

He's also gotten quite picky about what he'll wear, now it's not only shirts (he only wants to wear Thomas) but he's decided he only likes one of the two designs that come in the pull-up package. So anytime we try to put one of the others on, he refuses to put it on and goes running to find one of the ones he likes. Seriously, I can understand wanting to wear a particular shirt, but a particular pull-up?!? I'll be glad when the potty-training kicks in and we can move on to Thomas underwear :).

2 comments:

~Billie~ on June 21, 2008 at 6:21 PM said...

That is too funny! Thankfully, my kids never requested a specific pull-up. What do you do with all the others? Oh the joys of potty training! =)

lonestar818 on June 24, 2008 at 11:58 PM said...

We've been trying to "sneak" the other pull-ups on him at bedtime or when he's distracted. Don't want to waste them!

 

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