He never gets out of the bed unless it's really bad.
So I opened the door and found my little sweet boy absolutely soaking wet from his neck to his feet.
Major wardrobe malfunction.
I don't know what happened with his diaper. And I really don't know where all that pee came from, but he was a mess. And he was freezing. Poor guy.
I got him cleaned up and dry and warm and there was no where to put him because his bed was soaked too so we went to the couch. He fell back to sleep relatively quickly, and I laid there most of the night under him, listening to the annoying whirring sound the dvd player was making. I had forgotten to turn it off when we went to bed.
Getting Kiddo to school this morning was trying; he was moving slow and I had no patience from the lack of sleep. But we made it, and once back home I was thankful when Port wanted to play outside for most of the morning. I've been falling asleep at my desk all day. Everything was going as well as could be expected until I heard Port crying out on the back deck. I walked out to find him standing on the step, with his pants and diaper halfway down his legs. The fantastic part was that he had pooped first! Woo hoo!
Soooooo, since he was covered, I had to carefully carry him into the bathroom and just hose him down. He had made such a mess!
Seriously, this is not the week for my washer to go out on me. OMG the laundry!!!
This afternoon the boys were playing in the back yard and had a fight and Kiddo threw a big wooden steak at Port and hit him in the head. It left a nice goose egg and a little busted spot. Seriously, what is with that? Do you remember when he threw a rock at Port's head??
On a good note, I am leaving tomorrow for a weekend in Dallas to shoot a family session for one of my clients and a wedding with Allen. Thankfully I am riding with him so I don't have to worry about driving. I am so excited to see my friend and her family and do the session for her. It should be a wonderful and fun weekend...if I can stay awake!
At least I won't be dealing with anymore potty accidents. I hope.