You Always Wanted a New Toilet, Right?

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One evening one of my daughters had diarrhea, so I decided to give her medicine. My mistake was giving it to her while she was still on the toilet because she didn’t like the medicine (drinkable) and threw her head back very hard, breaking the reservoir, the seat top, and the tank cover! She was fine, but I had to seal the crack in the reservoir with silicone until I could go out and buy a new toilet the next day.

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Submitted by: Jamie

The Breadening

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I left the loaf of bread on the bench, waiting for toast to pop and obviously that wasn’t good enough for my impatient 18 month old boy. (Note: not the 3 year old girl in picture) This happens a lot! When he’s hungry he gets into the fridge and grabs every egg and smashes it in the playroom on carpet. He even broke the lock of the fridge just to get into it! We dubbed him “Hulk baby”, since he first ripped the fly wire screen off its rails at 10 months old.

Submitted by: Samantha Broes


Thanks to my 22 month old for “helping” Mommy with the laundry. However, we should all learn the lesson that, while washable diapers can be disposed of, disposable diapers cannot be washed!

I’m glad to say my husband and I managed to scrape all the diaper gel out of the washing machine, shake it out of all the clothes that were in the load, and scoop it out of the drainage sink. We hope.

Submitted by: Rose