We were all loaded up, ready to go to Mount Lemmon for a picnic; all that was left was to get the cat out. My wife came out and informed me that the cat had decided to use our comforter for a litter box.
So, we each grabbed a side of the comforter and took it outside and hosed it off. After hanging it out to dry, we were off.
After getting home, we were giving the girls their baths. I was changing the baby (poopy diaper), and while she was laying on the changing table, she decided to pee all over it...
So I grabbed her and quickly moved her to the tub. We washed her and I was just getting ready to get her out of the tub when she made a funny face. Then, there it was, poop floating in the bathtub. We pulled the baby out and rinsed her off in the sink. Then we pulled our middle daughter out of the tub, before the poop floated over to her.
All that was left was to deal with the poop in the tub. If you have a weak stomach you don't really need to keep reading.
I ended up grabbing the poop and throwing it into the toilet - at least as much as I could.
After thoroughly sanitizing the tub, toys, and my hands, we finished bathing our daughter, and all went to sleep, exhausted!
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