Linette told me today that she thinks Clementine says “I don’t want to pee” instead of “LMNOP” when reciting the alphabet. I just listened and I think I hear it too.

In other pee-related news, I’m told that Clementine had an accident today while at her grandmother’s house. (Potty training has been going incredibly well these past few months, but there’s occasionally a slip up.) Linette’s mom washed and dried all of her clothes, but forgot her socks, which were apparently soaked. Linette had to bring Clementine home with her feet it ziplock bags.

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  1. dorothy
    Posted February 28, 2007 at 7:07 am | Permalink

    ah, those long off days of potty training. it’s hilarious to hear two full grown, well educated people saying things like, “woodum likeum do poo poo?” my three girls reached age two, i promised them fancy lacy underwear and after a few missteps, that was it. my son, however, was another story. he never said a word except for what sounded like “brown” until we were afraid he was retarded. suddenly, one day he woke up speaking in full sentences, and refused to even start potty training. he gave me arguments, saying “it’s too much trouble. i’m busy playing outside.” etc. i was frantic because he was almost four. one morning he got up and announced he didn’t need diapers anymore, he was tired of them and that was that. never an accident, never a wet bed. of course he never, ever did anything according to the book. i don’t know where he came from, but he is so smart it’s scary. the school had him in all kinds of gifted programs and stuff. oh well, you take what you get. i don’t mind the potty training problems now.

  2. Dr. Cherry
    Posted February 28, 2007 at 10:16 pm | Permalink

    So the kid peed a little bit, did you really have to cut off her feet?

  3. robr
    Posted February 28, 2007 at 10:39 pm | Permalink

    Ha! Good’un!

  4. mark
    Posted February 28, 2007 at 11:23 pm | Permalink

    It’s what they call ‘tough love,’ my friend.

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