Wednesday, November 7, 2007

You Might Want A Gas Mask For That One



Mrs F leans down and smells Baby's diaper and then announces to Mr F...

"Let me tell you who isn't changing that diaper."

"Did she get her poop out?" Mr F asks

"Well... it smells like Hell in there..." Mrs F replies

11 comments:

Deb said...

Seems fair.

Mrs. Furious said...

1 diaper vs 3 solo parenting days & nights = more than fair... Mr F did not challenge me on that one!

michelline said...

We used to have that "discussion" too. Sometimes we actually kept track of whose turn it was, LOL.

Tina said...

I don't keep track of anything. I conviently leave the room or the house. I get them all day, he gets them at night and on weekends. It's only fair!

Mrs. Furious said...

I'm with you Tina.. from when Mr F gets home until bedtime he is the "primary" parent... he does need some reminders but the only thing I will do is nurse.
I wish I had done this the 1st time around but it took me awhile to get over my control issues! ;)

Cara said...

hahaha :-)

Your baby is adorable by the way, despite the smells. hahaha.

I don't have a baby, but I do have to fight the boyfriend on who gets to pick up the poo. Hahah. So funny.

eurydice said...

i thought babies pooped little golden nuggets. you mean they don't!?

Mrs. Furious said...

Hi Cara..
thanks

yeah I pretty much try to never have to be the one who picks up dog poop... that is definitely Mr F's job!

Mrs. Furious said...

eurydice,

nuggets... of something.... just not gold ;)

michelline said...

I get them all day, he gets them at night and on weekends

I don't know that I can agree with that. Yes, you have them all day and that is work, but he works all day as well. When is his downtime? I would tend to agree with the weeknights, but the weekends should be joint responsibility. Both parents need downtime. Working outside the home isn't downtime.

Mrs. Furious said...

I'm pretty sure Tina has four kids and homeschools... so I can see that that woman needs a BREAK!

anyway.. if her house is like mine 85% of the time when "I'm on break" I am still mysteriously having to attend to the family's needs ;)

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