Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Cagefighting Continues


Don't be fooled by this sweet face...



I have lamented that my son is a future cagefighter before.

Now, he has caused me to join the ranks of professional wrestling because diaper changing this kid takes one these days.

He rolls. He kicks. He sticks his foot in poop. He spits. He bites. All while growling and shouting like a rabid animal.

I dread diaper changing.

I mean, I
loathe it. If there isn't poop or so much pee that it is sagging to his knees than I am leaving that diaper on there because it is not worth risking my life. Or my glasses.

Seriously.

Now, please, please tell me that your kid is doing this (or has done it) so that I can at least believe he isn't a complete and total brat.

Come on. Throw a sister a bone here, m'kay?





10 comments:

wright said...

I can't say it's that bad for me - a little squirming, but nothing too major. But I don't have a boy and I think it might make a difference. Hope things smooth out soon!

MamaGeek @ Works For Us said...

I have found duct tape works WONDERS.

Actually mine WAS doing that but has since improved.

*Yes, I know I just cursed myself by typing that*

Head Gaggler said...

Oh I feel you. My daughter is a terror in the diaper department. Actually every department. She is just difficult, plain and simple.

Anglophile Football Fanatic said...

Poor T. It does get better. That's a phase.

Kellan said...

Oh, I went through my share of fighting to change diapers and saggy diapers over the years - you are not alone. This too will pass!

Take care - Kellan

Melissa said...

I didn't have that problem with diapers, but I did with clipping nails. My husband had to hold him while I clipped.

Hip Mom's Guide said...

I'm with Melissa. It was the nail clipping that was torture around here. So glad to be past those days!! I can tell you it gets easier, for sure. And then they get an iPod...

Nap Warden said...

My kiddo is TOTALLY doing this! I thought I was the only one...good to know we have a support group;)

Missy said...

Pooky is very squirmy, and he does occasionally scream as though I am beating him, and other times, he sits perfectly still and smiles and talks to me during those diaper changes. I don't get it.
Love that photo of Liam!

Laura McIntyre said...

I was there with you about 9 weeks ago, it was hell pure and simple and i would hide rather than face doing it. My not yet two year old was a nightmare.

What changed for us was the introduction of a cot top changing table when her brother arrived . She loves being up high getting it done and knows if she fights it she will fall off.