This week’s suggestion for Listicles is from @thefrilloflife 10 things I shouldn’t know
Once again hubby and I are sharing the list…our lists are very different, as you can see below.
How far a three week old baby can projectile vomit: Yup…that was one crazy experience…I thought it meant something was horribly wrong with my baby. Turns out it can be quite normal and I had to burp him more often while feeding him his bottle.
The best and fastest way to clean a toddler who has pooped so hard and fast it’s up his shirt and down his pant legs: Has happened a few times, so by the fourth time it happened it was just business as usual.
How to clean poop off of a carpet (both human and dog): Balboa pooped out of retribution on our carpet, thankfully it was a one time deal. Dino pooped while being potty trained. That is when I stopped and let him tell me when he was ready.
How it feels to be woken out of dead sleep to an hysterical child having a night terror. This happens every so often. The look of pure terror on his face still haunts me each and every time. I’ve learned to turn on the light while trying to get him back in bed and acknowledging who I am. Thankfully when he awakes he has no clue as to what happened during the night.
How it feels to leave the hospital, postpartum, without your baby. Most of you know my birth experience with Dino, if not you can read it here. Basically he was still in the NICU when I was discharged and my doctor didn’t care enough to properly diagnose me with preeclampsia.
All the back-hand deals and secrets between our country and other countries. The media just gives too much information away and this worries me.
Knowing a stranger’s sex life because they are posting ALL OVER THE INTERNET: You can’t take it back once you post it.
When a co-worker tells me about their personal life: I can’t look at them the same way again. I work with you, we’re not friends outside of work.
Constant hearing discussions and propaganda of other people’s political and religious views and ideas: We all have our opinions, but if that’s the only thing you can say to me or force me to believe…NOPE.
Unsolicited advice form others: I am tried of hearing how to deal with my son, marriage, home, cars, money, and life from people who I didn’t even ask for advice.
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