He's super-cute. Yes indeed.
With an incredibly funny personality.
My fun-loving, sensitive, affectionate, strong little boy.
...who just doesn't seem to 'get' toilet-training.
I have a list of serious questions for God when I get to heaven - and poos and potty training is right up there with the best of them!
Maybe it's because I currently can't pretend to be busy doing something else and leave Austin to clean it up... but it feels like a much longer and messier process this time around compared to when Luca was toilet-training.
Because there's only me as the responsible adult therefore I must be the one to deal with the situation.
Not happy about that.
I really really really hate dealing with poos.
But I must say I am very grateful for the use of a bidet during toilet training. Especially when it is a particularly messy situation.... which is most of the time.
I have been saving on wipes and toilet paper thanks to my new pal and love Monsieur Bidet.
I know we'll get there with Beni-Boo but it's just a very painful process at the moment.
But day by day, and with the
And when his aim is true he's so proud of himself and there's a big round of high-fives for everyone.
So during this toilet-training experience Monsieur Bidet has been my saviour and has (mostly) prevented this mamma from dry-wretching during the clean-up process.
Monsieur Bidet, Je t'aime.
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