Diaper Fail

Discount diapers might not have been the right call. Time to replace the carpet.



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  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Laura-Billings/13749549 Laura Billings

    Really? You’re going to replace the carpet because of poo? You know it cleans up. Guess you’re going to throw away his clothes too? Wow, I wish I had your money. You know what type of diaper is “discount” and doesn’t have any poo blowouts? Cloth. Yeah, but I guess if you throw out anything he poos on, it isn’t for you. But, if you can afford to replace the carpet every time a blow out like this happens… maybe you shouldn’t be buying “discount diapers” in the first place.

    • http://www.facebook.com/janet.ray.528 Janet Marie

      Whiny bitter bitch much?

  • Anonymous

    wow Laura you are really bitter!!! I’m sure it’s just a funny title, why are you so full of hate???

    I was laughing my ass off about this photo, shit happens!!! πŸ™‚

  • Anonymous

    Jeez I think he was kidding. Way to have a sense of humour. Too many late nights? πŸ˜‰ For the record I’ve had poo blowouts in cloth. Not that epic but yes, I have had them, in prefolds with $35 covers too. Shit happens.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Alyssa-Riley/797395416 Alyssa Riley

    @ Laura
    There’s this really weird thing called “sarcasm”, you should check into it. You’ve obviously got way too much time on your hands if you put this much thought into this comment.

    You also must have missed this disclaimer on the blog:

    ” The only unwelcome visitors are those who are here to be mean or judgmental or offer a parenting critique. This is not the place for you.”

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Alyssa-Riley/797395416 Alyssa Riley

    There’s this really weird thing called “sarcasm”, you should check into it. You’ve obviously got way too much time on your hands if you put this much thought into this comment.

    You also must have missed this disclaimer on the blog:

    “The only unwelcome visitors are those who are here to be mean or judgmental or offer a parenting critique. This is not the place for you.”

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Alyssa-Riley/797395416 Alyssa Riley

    There’s this really weird thing called “sarcasm”, you should check into it. You’ve obviously got way too much time on your hands if you put this much thought into this comment.

    You also must have missed this disclaimer on the blog:

    ” The only unwelcome visitors are those who are here to be mean or judgmental or offer a parenting critique. This is not the place for you.”

  • Anonymous

    i have almost the same pic of my little guy at that age! hilarious! I captioned it with “shit happens” I’d wait till after potty training to change out the carpet though! May I suggest concrete…Rotfl!!! oh and btw someone needs some Perkaset!

  • http://www.facebook.com/SugarPanda Valerie Woods

    LOL @ Laura. Why are you looking at this website again if you don’t own a sense of humor? *GASP* It was a joke. I’m pretty sure he didn’t literally mean to go out and replace your carpet every time your kids shit on it.

  • http://www.facebook.com/AnnaSparkman Anna Sparkman

    Hah, this is why I have laminate floors πŸ˜‰

  • Anonymous

    Wow, Laura’s little meltdown aside, I learned the same thing when my daughter was little, it’s worth the extra money to get the name brand diapers (Huggies never let me down), otherwise you end up doing a ton of laundry.

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Laura-Billings/13749549 Laura Billings

      That totally wasn’t a meltdown. It was my opinion. Sarcasm is hard to read on the the internet and there was no context to indicate sarcasm. I know plenty of parents who do throw out shit their kids shat on.

      • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1288308149 Kristin Palmer

        Well CONSIDERING the title of this site “Sh*t my kids ruined” you would have to assume ALL content inside said website is supposed to be fun and care free, things happen to people everyday that they want to share with people this is a site for parents to do just that… I suggest popping a xanax Drinking a glass a wine and shutting the hell up πŸ™‚ Thank you very much please !

      • http://www.facebook.com/sdelprincipe Sara Adams

        This whole website is for the humor of things children ruin. If you cant understand that, then maybe you shouldnt be on this website. And let’s say the person WAS being serious about replacing the carpet, I think that would fall under “none of your damn business”. If they had the money to do so, AWESOME!

        And a comment for the picture, discount diapers suck. haha

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=673835170 Lindsay Kimber-Reynolds

    eew! we have one of these pictures too!! although luckily we didn’t have carpet!

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=723854240 Sharon Urban Hillis

    Holy moly. That looks like lava flow. I have a 2 year old and thank goodness he hasn’t had one this bad. I know I just jinxed myself. lol!

  • TheScribe

    This website is the best birth control ever.

  • http://laurenlosavio.blogspot.com/ Lauren

    This will be great blackmail material when he’s a teenager!

  • deidra w

    I know people who would have thrown out everything with poop on it in the picture. It’s just poop people. If you have kids, you’re going to have to deal with poop. Wash it, clean it up, wash your hands (or take a shower if you are the one who got pooped on) and get over it. I never had blowouts like this with my kids and they’re both cloth diaper babies. I used pockets and all-in-ones when they were that small though. runny poop + prefolds don’t go together well.

  • Ernie

    Laura is bitter? Hah. You should see *our* carpet someday. A little baby poo is the least it’s gone through.

  • http://twitter.com/Moonstruck_Mama Jennifer Rawlines

    Oh man, I have dealt with my fair share of explosions like this…and it usually is a result of the store brand diapers…Its safe to say I dont buy those anymore with my second child, I have learned that lesson the hard way!
    That’s a pretty shitty situation.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1104916100 Shannon Toney Bowers

    I had a similar situation with my son when he was about 2 months old, only we were in Wal Mart at the time…had to buy him a new onesie (because my husband had decided we didn’t need the diaper bag for the quick trip to the store), diapers, socks and wash his car seat cover. My little bundle of joy is now 2 1/2 and has turned my living room carpet into a frat house carpet…..which is why I just bought a carpet shampooer πŸ™‚

  • http://www.facebook.com/oopooz Jenilee Blonigen

    Yeah… this happens all the time to me, but not to this extent! lol, I actually have problems with “name brand” diapers too, sometimes no diaper can hold in the bomb! Best ones I have found so far are the Members Mark ones at Sam’s club, cheap and well made. My one son is allergic to Huggies and the other one is allergic to Pampers… so, yeah, I feel your pain…. πŸ˜€

  • Anonymous

    Oy, feed that kid some constipating foods, stat!! My 2.5yo just had a bad poo blowout, in a name brand diaper– up the back, inside the shirt– it was seriously on his SHOULDERS. Purell bath!! I don’t think any diaper can reliably contain a giant liquidy poo that gets sat upon, but sometimes sizing up helps.

    And yeah Laura, calm down and take your buzzkill elsewhere. This site is for comic relief, not lectures. I respect the choice to use cloth, but the whole reason I don’t is precisely that I want the option of throwing out things that get shat upon! Just my position.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1288308149 Kristin Palmer

    This is EPIC!!! it should be a record πŸ™‚

  • Anonymous

    Oh no! Total explosion, Houston! Been there…done that! Absolutely hysterical!

  • Anonymous

    Why do I read this site while I’m eating?

    Live and learn.

  • http://www.facebook.com/SumnerRain Heather Ross

    LOL I was also thinking with an exploding hiney like this, this baby needs cloth! My oldest (only kid I used disposables with out of 4) did something like this while I was at Goodwill, in December. Thankfully he wasn’t in a 2 piece outfit, but in jammies. I had to use a ton of those rough brown paper towels to clean him because all my wipes were used up, and I had to dress him in an outfit right off the rack, or take him out naked in the cold because the change of clothing I had in the diaper bag was way too tiny. *shudders*

  • Anonymous

    Just bought a lightweight carpet steamer for my house. Β Its now my best friend.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=586174715 Susan Marie Hickmott

    I can say that I’ve been there and experienced this. My son can blow out any diaper that anyone puts on him. I haven’t found one yet that can contain him.

  • mom90210

    I had this happen at Shoneys! Over the top of the diaper, down the highchair and onto the floor. Ugh!