optimism, or my pee looks like glitter

Alice is four years old. Four and a half, really. Okay, technically, she is closer to five at this point, but not close enough to round up. All this is to say that she is toilet trained, and has been for a very long time. Which is why this little episode was such a surprise. Enjoy:

Alice: (hops on toilet) I have to pee! I don’t have pants or undies or anything to pee in, so I peed on the floor.

The Mama: (freezes) Really?

Alice: Yes, I peed on my rug. Let me show you.

(finishes up on the toilet, washes her hands, then escorts her still-shocked mother to her bedroom)

Alice: (pointing to the world’s smallest drop of urine) Don’t you see that little glitter? That’s my pee!

Kids really need to come with warning labels. Something like this:

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About The Mamahttp://kidlingville.comProfessional talker, editor, emailer, problem solver, adjunct lecturer, blogger, and mother to the brilliantly absurd Kidling.

42 thoughts on “optimism, or my pee looks like glitter

  1. The Mama,
    How you made me laugh. I think this WARNING sign should be given to fraternity kids in universities… The Kidling is superb.
    Le Clown

  2. Fortunately I have learned to read these posts after I have gone to the bathroom, or I fear the embarrassment I would cause myself. She and her mama are a daily gift of sunshine.

  3. Heehee. She’s really a fairy. Or a unicorn. One of those. I bet she would enjoy unicorn poop cookies (google it!).
    Not to be competitive or anything–but I know you enjoy a good pissing contest (har, har)–MY daughter has been known to pee DELIBERATELY and PROFUSELY on the floor during time-outs. It has happened about five times.
    Oh, she pisses me off!

  4. A little tiny drop is not so bad. One of my friends used to wake up late at night to find their son peeing against the wall – at it wasn’t a little drop. And it happened more than once. Thankfully I haven’t had any experience like this with MM.

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