Above is a previous peanut butter episode. Does a 2 yr old learn from her mistakes-this will answer your question!! You know how chicken broth separates and the grease floats to the top? Well that is what landed all over me and my bed (only it was peanut butter grease) as I get woken up by my 2 yr old puking her guts out all over me at 3:30 this morning. You ask yourself why, well I'll tell you why. Last night under "daddy's watch" sorry Terry but it's true! she had taken the jar (Big) jar of peanut butter and shut her self up in the DARK-mind you, pantry. Sitting on the floor having a feast digging at with both hands. Who knows how long she was in there. Terry cleaned her up and put her back to bed (she was already tucked in for the night).
But she kept clicking her tongue and he realized she was so choked up that he had to give her some water to help get it down. Later that night she comes into our room and fell asleep next to me. I must have been tired cuz I do not allow this. And this is one reason why! she decided to empty her belly. SOOOOO Terry took the easy part and bathed her while I was left to rinse out the nasty-ness in the kitchen sink where if I didn't walk way away and take a deep breath I would've been cleaning up my own mess. Then of course WHERE is the big efficient washer and dryer set when you need it. Washing size king sheets, comforter, pillow cases and bed protector in my rinky dinky set was enough to set me over the edge. Next came my shower- that felt nice. Thanks Dear Lord for the ability to shower!! I finally settled down for a 1 1/2 hr nap on the couch before my son got up for school. (my sweet hubby took the other less comfy one in the other room) Thinking that was it I realized well, just take a nap later you will be okay. Then the diarrhea set in. OH JOY! She must have tons of grease in her poor little belly! Anyway more has happened but I will spare you! Don't you just looooove mornings like these!!!