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A funny story for you all, not something I should post on FB! LOL But you all will appreciate it! So my child apparently has a very sensitive nose.....it started when, one evening I had just finished using the bathroom ( yes, #2 ) and in walks my 2.5 year old. Whose face almost turns green,
with this horrified look on it, and he says "Mama, it's stinky in here". Well, who told you to walk in the bathroom?! FTM's get used to it!
2 days later, we're getting ready for bed and we go to brush his teeth. I have to pee (yet again) and as soon as I sit down on the toilet, he says "Mama, it's gonna be stinky"...in a sing song voice. Isn't he hysterical?
So, this afternoon, I'm changing his diaper and this time HE'S the one who's stinky....and he say "oooh it's stinky" and he tries to hold his nose....except, he's 2.5 and I think he didn't realize he still has to figure out a way to breathe. Oh the joys of a toddler!!
For the longest time, I thought there was something wrong with Fiona's sense of smell. We used to live in a rural area surrounded by dairy farms, and let me tell you, when the wind blew just right, the smell was unbearable...but she never noticed it, even when other kids her age were gagging at the smell. I'd try to get her to smell pretty things or comment on what foods smelled like and she could never do it. It's just been in the last 2-3 months (she turned 5 last month) that she's started commenting CONSTANTLY on what she's smelling. And of course now she has a running commentary anytime anyone goes to the bathroom. Oy. lol.
Oh man haha thats too funny. DD does not understand one bit that bathroom is private time (at least not when i'm going). So she pulls up her stool and sits there and she has run out into the living room before and announced to DH "Mommy's pooping!!!!"
Mom to my wildchild Kalyna (Dec 2008)
Lol my DD hasnt commented on smells yet either....however I have a hilarious fart story about another toddler.
I was working as a grocery store cashier. I was 18. And in walks this lady and her toddler. Both are dressed to the 9s. Dresses and dress shoes and both had fur coats on (yep fur....UGH) and this little girl is about 3 to 3.5 and she lets out the loudest fart Ive ever heard come out of a child...or any person for that matter and it is soo loud it actually echoed the mom turns about five shades of red and quickly says to her child....what do you say?!?! So....the little girl screams at the top of her lungs.....SCREW ME!!! The mom goes even redder and says...That is NOT what you say!!! You a excuse me! Then she turns to me trying to save face and says...Kids you never know what they will say or where they come up with things. And then this cute little gassy girl looks up at her mom and says....But Mommy you say screw me to daddy at bedtime.....that lady turned so red grabbed her daughter and her bag and ran out.
I died laughing and so did everyone else within earshot lol
I don't really have that problem. I'm one of those people that can't go #2 when someone is staring at me, even if it is a 2 or 3 or 4 year old. Hahaha I've managed to get my body on a schedule where when I need to go, I am usually able to go in privacy or either the hubs is able to corral dd away from me.
But, she never comments on smells either, unless it's your breath and she's is quick to point that out to any and every one and she always refers to it as sewer mouth (because that's what we call one of our dogs).
OMG Karry! That is hysterical, you just never know when you're kids are listening in! LOL
My child is on a role, when we woke up this morning, I had my arms above my head (wearing a tank top) and he points at my arm pit and says "mama you have dirt on you?" .....guess I needed to shave!!! LOL