Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Why Children Should Not Be Allowed to Live in Hotel Rooms Exhibit B

 

(I could also be calling these posts : Why I Can’t Wait to Get Out of this Hotel Room, but I figured that I can only complain about my free living situation in Manhattan for so long before you throw your mouse at me, yes?)

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“Pee-pee” on the couch.

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Pee on the carpet in the living room

Pee on the carpet in the bedroom

Poop on the tile floor entry area.

Baby spit-up stains all over the carpet.

Joseph vomit on the comforter.

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If you ever come to NYC, you should probably pray that you don’t get our room…

5 comments:

T Rex Mom said...

Finally, the excuse I need not to visit New York - I am sure that would be the room I would end up in.

Goodness only knows what was there before you arrived, right.

I'm glad you're settling in and getting into a rhythm. And also very glad that people are treating you nice. It's because they know you moved from Idaho, right?!? Just kidding. It's because you're a friendly person.

Thanks for all the fun updates. Isaac certainly does seem like he has a mischievous side going on! Our little princess is obsessed with power cables. She can seek them out like a heat seeking missile. Such a fun yet scary stage.

We miss you but are so glad you're having a great experience.

septembermom said...

Life with kids has many "eruptions" no matter where you are :) Good thing your boys have a quick acting and thinking mama to save the day!

Jenners said...

Oh my. Yes. I need to know your hotel and room number so I know never ever ever ever to stay there. : )

Momma said...

Just like in preschool....body fluids of any sort at any given moment...and with absolutely no "notice" required! Who wouldn't love my job???

Momma said...

Just like in preschool....body fluids of any sort at any given moment...and with absolutely no "notice" required! Who wouldn't love my job???