Poop Immunity

  • Danielle - I am right there next to you these days…
    I did it about a month ago when Addie leaked all over my leg.
    My mother attacked me with simple green and a wash cloth because it disturbed her more than me! LOLReplyCancel

  • Misty @ The Family Math - Ha!! I totally came to work one day last week with spit-up all over my pants leg … KNOWINGLY. I didn’t have time to deal with it, so my coworkers can just deal with THAT!ReplyCancel

  • Megyn - HAHAHA! LOVE IT! We’re PT-ing our 18M old meaning he is bottom half naked 99% of the time. Well, we were over at my parents and didn’t get to him in time, and he laid a big one of the floor. This sent my sister and dad gagging out of the room. And they were amazed that Little Ms. Germaphobe was not phased one bit! That’s what motherhood will to to ya.ReplyCancel

  • Christine - lol.. I think I would even say, it makes you generally bodily fluid immune, because I’ve certainly been peed on numerous times and not been in a hurry to do anything about it :p.ReplyCancel

  • Kristina Russell - I am so with you on immunity. I just love it when you get home though and find out it was camoflouged in somehow and you didn’t know it while you were out and about. I’ve had it happen with body fluids and foods that look like body fluids. I think I need to start having the hubby give me a once over check before I leave the home. I had a great episode with food on my ass, you can read about it here: http://mommauniversity.blogspot.com/2011/04/oops-what-did-you-put-on-my-rear.htmlReplyCancel

  • BigMamaCass - HAHA!!! LOVE IT! Been there done that.ReplyCancel

  • Shannon - Wait until baby is in the Moby wrap and has a blow-out. That, I was not immune too. In fact, that was traumatizing 😐ReplyCancel

  • kyfirewife - Poop. Spitup. Spoiled milk in that sippy cup you forgot you forgot about. Boogers. Whatever. I call them “Mom Badges”.ReplyCancel

  • Jocelyn - Totally! Before baby I would’ve died if I got poop on me – someone else’s, something else’s, mine, whomever’s. But now? Har! Poop, pee, vomit, snot, chewed up food? Whatevs. It happens.ReplyCancel

  • Practical Changes to Prepare for Pregnancy « The Preggers Plan - […] on a different meaning. Babysitters become the equivalent of manna sent from heaven. According to Jill over at Baby Rabies, you eventually become poop-immune. But, there are also a lot of changes that should take place […]ReplyCancel

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