A little later, Sean got up. I heard him on my baby monitor in my office (I started doing a little bit of work). So I go upstairs. Upon walking into his room, I say to myself "Boy his diaper pail stinks this morning worse than ever..." but... it wasn't his diaper pail.
It was Sean!
He had a huge blow-out. The first one ever.
There was poop on his crib, on the sheets, on the bumper pads, on the pillow, on the blanket, on two of his stuffed toys in his crib. There was poop on his pj's, on his hands, feets, all the way up his back.... and the worse part, on his FACE! Now, I have no idea he if put any in his mouth. I have no way to know. I just surely hope he did not!
I called Jamie to tell him what happened. He asked me to take a picture. I said no way. I didn't think my blog readers really wanted to see a picture. I didn't want to be reminded (It was gag worthy!) and I didn't want Sean to be embarrassed and hate me for it later in life. Plus, Sean had to be cleaned up right away, there was no time for getting the camera.
Wow. There's a first for everything. I cannot tell you how many wipes it took to clean up this mess. It was just everywhere.
I do not know if it's because of a position he was sitting in or lying in. I do not know if it's because he diaper was a little too loose? There is simply no way of being able to tell. Not this time. I do have to tell you that if it ever happens again, I hope it's on the weekend or on Jamie's day off, where he can clean it up the next time. Tag, he's it!
After a long morning of cleaning up, we went to my mom's house. I did some work on their PC after lunch, and my mom watched Sean. It was nice to be able to get some more work done. All the products are now loaded up on my new website. I love the new look. It's so easy to manage, and great for the customer as well.
Here is Sean tonight in his bath. He's such a funny kid with the faces he makes. I just love this photo. (And he's NOT supposed to be trying to climb up in the bath!)
I was having fun with the camera, so here is a fun shot of Sean & I. We were having a good time.
So here's the thing. Sean claps to everything now. You ask him to say bye-bye, he claps. (Hasn't gotten the grasp of waving yet. We're working on that. Anyhow, his Nana taught him to clap over the weekend in Toronto. She used Patty-cake to teach him that. He just loves that song. Here is a video I took tonight of Sean clapping in the bath. He does it with one hand open and the other with a clenched fist. He's got to learn to open that 2nd hand!
No knitting tonight or today for that matter. I just didn't have the time, though I had Jamie's sock with me all day. Oh well. There's always tomorrow.