Yes you read that correctly, it reads "Potty Pooper" and not "Party Pooper". However after reading this short story you will be able laugh at the Potty Party Pooper (yes pun intended, double entendre and all that good stuff). This picture is the clean picture of them trying their new potties out for size as soon as they were removed from the box. The potties are actually the latest toy they have and now they don't even like to put their diapers back on after we practice with them (they scream quite frankly).
It seemed rather vulgar to go ahead and put a picture on here of the actual first poop in the potty, so this will suffice and you can take our word for it. After only two days of having the new potties, we were practicing after dinner and Ian said "Poo". He started to stand up and I got him to sit back down as he continued to use the potty for the first time! Yay for Ian!
I have to digress momentarily and tell you that the previous night when returning from school and entering the playroom, there was some cat poop on one of their mats that Ian so eloquently pointed out with an "Uh Oh!". I reiterated for them not to touch it and started exclaiming "Yucky Cat!" so they would know not to touch, etc. (Can you see where this is going, the tension is building I know).
Now that Ian was finished pooping in his new potty, he stood up and turned back around to look and see his new creation that he had never seen before, pointed and...wait for it...exclaimed "Gucky Cat!". We have never laughed so hard! Ian had never seen his own poop before now and the most recent one he had seen was just the night before from one of the cats. In his mind his poop must have closely resembled the cat's poop he just witnessed and though he should punish the cat with a "Gucky Cat!" for going not only on his play mat, but but also in his new potty. Such a cute smart little boy already learning to blame his mischievous deeds on the animals. Let's just hope he doesn't decide to remove his diaper and go on the play mat now to mimic the cats!