Wednesday, March 5, 2008

Insert Star Wars Theme Song Here


My three males are incapable of peeing alone.

Merrick: "I have to go potty!"

Stryker: "Sword fight!"

John (!): "Hey, wait for me!!"

Mad rush for the bathroom. Where their pee streams fight.

Scarlett and I just cling to each other like life boats in this house.

16 comments:

Heather said...

Scary! Those things are dangerous in so many ways.

slow panic said...

they love those light sabers.

Anonymous said...

Though I do love a good light saber, I'm thankful I have a girl. Now, if I can get her to stop sniffing her own space ship in public, I'll be onto something.

Patti said...

Ugh. Boys are so weird!

dkuroiwa said...

*sigh*
Not sure if it is comforting or not that other little boys do this, too. (mine are samurai and jinjas, though...six of one, half dozen of the other kind).
I have threatened to cover the whole toilet area (floor, walls, etc) with those sheets that people use in their pet cages...I am so tired of cleaning up pee...that isn't mine!!!
Soon...the oldest will be old enough to do some scrubbing himself and youngest will probably think it's fun...hmmmm...I may be on to something here.....

Anonymous said...

Yes, but how good is their aim?

Mrs. G. said...

Ha! Now the them song is running through my head.

Irene said...

I hope they all point down the toilet and not across the rim. You know they won't clean it up!

Angie said...

My husband feels the same way, being the only man in a household of 4 women......poor guy. He's surrounded by mini-pads, tampons, hair-ties, telephones ringing and serious attitudes. He'd give anything to have a dude with a light saber about now.

Glad you and Scarlett have each other.

Cheri @ Blog This Mom!® said...

Seriously? I have three daughters so this is a phenomenon lost on me. Wow. But still. If I had a light saber, I might want to try this.

Karen said...

Is this just a joy yet to come for me, or is a third male needed to spur this sort of thing on?

Peggy Sez.. said...

Yep! It's starts with being a fireman and goes downhill from there..Until they have to clean it up.

Anonymous said...

Hahahahahaha!

Unknown said...

LOL! Oh, I know! I have five-year-old twin boys. I live in a frat house.

katydidnot said...

boys are gross.

Sojourner said...

Yeah- boys are pretty weird. I am an "auntie" to a set of 6 1/2 year old triplet boys and have been witness to this sort of behavior myself. But, weird and gross as they may be- I do still love the little farts! (See photos at my blog and maybe you will understand). Minnesota Matron you are hillarious and have my sympathy. (I slao had 2 younger bros).