Friday, February 1, 2008

Peyton story

Have you ever had one of those moments where your child really embarrasses you? We've had a few along the way but for us this one sure topped all of our previous ones. First off, Peyton is not potty trained but we are fixing to start working on it. He's at the point where he always tells us after he's done his buisness. Anyway, for all of you that know Peyton, know he is not at all a shy little boy. He is 100% all boy, rough, rowdy, always on the go and loves to entertain a crowd. Well, yesterday Josh and I went to order our new living room furniture at Bassett for our new house. My Mom was sitting in a chair by the entrance rocking Parker while Peyton was talking to her. Josh and I were near the back placing our furniture order. Mom said Peyton looked at her and said, "I go potty, Nana." Mom said, "Okay, let's go get Mommy." Then all the sudden before she could even get up, Peyton pulled down his pants around his ankles threw off his diaper and began running around the store naked while laughing. We heard Peyton but didn't know what he was doing so Josh took off to find him. We knew it didn't sound good. We soon reliezed what he was doing. We were so embarressed!! All the people in the store were of course laughing at him but at the time I wasn't too happy. Anyway, now we can laugh at it and hope he will NEVER do that again. I'm just glad that he didn't actually decide to go to the bathroom on any of the furniture in the store. That would have been really bad. Oh the joy of boys...!

8 comments:

Allison, Danny and Bentley said...

That is a very funny story! I sure thought you were going to say he ended up going potty in the store...that would have been priceless!!

sara said...

oh man, that's hilarious!! The joy of boys!! :)

Daniel, Gretchen, and Caden Miller said...

That is so funny! But I sure I would have been embarrassed too!Like you said, oh the joys of having boys. :-)

Sharon said...

I guess I'm thinking I'm glad I don't have boys after reading that. I'm sure some moms could say that about their girls though! Great story!

Chad & Ashley said...

Kate, that is the cutest story! I died laughing!!!

Superchikk said...

I know you were morbidly embarrassed, but I can testify that it gets worse. I can remember my brother actually chasing one of my sisters with his pants around his ankles. We're in for it! Ha!

Nick said...

I love that boy.

Jill said...

I guess you can be thankful that you weren't at Lowe's looking at toilets when he decided to do that. Now THAT would have been really embarrasing! Sounds like I've got lots to look forward to. :)