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We all know relationships get a little wacko after we become parents.

It seems impossible to find time to eat, sleep, and shower- let alone connect with your spouse.

That’s when we get creative… and maybe a little desperate.

As always, these are real stories, told by fellow-moms who’ve been there, done that! Here’s our best tips from mom to mom on how to get some!

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1) Crazy Places

Hey, beggars can’t be choosers! When moms and dads need a little something, we go for it ANYWHERE we can!

A few moms I talked to tried having sex in:

  • The golf course
  • The labor and delivery room
  • The kids’ rooms when they’re supposed to be cleaning them… After all, this is the last place they’d be!
  • The spooky basement or garage. Again, all we’re looking for here is a little privacy.
  • The closet.
  • Anywhere besides the bedroom because that’s the first place they’ll come looking for us!!

I even talked to one mom who had a standing challenge with several other couples to see who could do it in the craziest places. I guess parenthood drives us to a little insanity anyways… we might as well enjoy it!

man and woman lying on bed

2) Bribes/Promises

I’ve said a lot of things with a double goal in mind- to strengthen my marriage and also get a few things done around the house at the same time.

Turns out that bribes are a common method for women! Of course, dads also make promises in exchange for a little fun.

I’ve heard plenty of basic ones, like:

  • “I will if you take out the trash.”
  • “I will if you get up with the baby.”
  • “I will if you take the kids for an hour.”
  • “I will if you make dinner.”

But there’s no end to what one or both spouse(s) will do to get a little sugar! Here’s a few of the more exciting bribes/promises I heard from moms and dads who really needed it!

  • “I will if you clean up the puke.” Oh man. Disgusting… but worth it!
  • “I’ll give you a week of sex every day for one night out with my friends.” Hey, that sounds like a win, win for everyone!
  • “You won’t have to change single diaper today if we get to have sex.” And this couple had THREE kids in diapers! That’s a committed spouse!
  •  “I’ll watch Dora the Explorer with the toddler in the morning so that you can sleep in if we can have some fun now.” My personal favorite! That’s a major sacrifice! What a loving partner!
  • “I’ll do whatever you want if you just get me some fried chicken.” Pregnancy cravings… what can we say?

Of course, we would totally put out even if our husband didn’t do all that. He’s too hot to resist (and parents are constantly starving for a little fun….) but shhhhhh! Don’t tell! I really don ‘t want to clean the puke!

selective focus photography of sleeping baby

3) “On your birthday….” turns into “When the kids go to sleep….”

There are no sexier words than “They’re all asleep!!

But don’t get your hopes up. I’ve heard all the stories of parents who were interrupted from their “recreational activities” in the middle of the night by:

  • nighttime feedings for newborns,
  • babies who lose their pacifiers in the middle of the night,
  • toddlers who wake up randomly at 2am,
  • young children who wet the bed,
  • older children who have nightmares,
  • and teenagers who try to sneak in or out of the house early in the morning.

Better get it while you can! Sleeping kids don’t sleep for long! 

person holding white mini bell alarmclock

4) Quickies

As I was saying, parents gotta get it when they can! That means that any 15 minute activity that will keep the kids occupied means play time for mom and dad too! 

If you’re dying for a little somethin’, try these moms suggestions:

  • Nap Time for kids is nap time for parents too!
  • Lunch and snacks are great distractions! Kids are less likely to bother you if they’re eating! If you get desperate, pull out the ice cream or the candy. A little unhealthy food is worth the fun you’ll have!
  • Play Dates are the best! You’ll have the house to yourself for an hour or so! Jackpot!!
  • When kids play outside. You didn’t really think the big push to get kids to play outside was just for exercise and good health, did you?? Well, actually, now that I think of it, I guess it is. For mom and dad too.
  • During an episode of Daniel Tiger. Oh yeah, those are 20 minutes long! That’s plenty of time for a quickie!!!
  • When mom comes back to the bedroom after nursing the baby at 2am… “Hey, if you’re already awake, why not??”

woman riding on back of man

5) Accidents

Of course… all this planning does’t make us perfect!

Many parents have been caught in the act. Hey, what can we say, all these crazy attempts to get a little sugar don’t always work out.

Here’s a few of the stories I’ve heard from moms:

  • I was visiting my family for a holiday. They don’t believe in locking doors… but I thought they believed in knocking! My sister walked in on me and my wife… She got a nice view of my full moon.
  • My four year old niece burst into the room where my husband and I were messing around, just seconds after we got our clothes back on! Phew, close one!
  • We had family in town staying at our place for a few weeks. Needless to say, we couldn’t last that long without a little fun! So we tried to sneak away whenever we could. My house has very thin walls…. One time, we had a little fun and walked back into the living room to several pale, awkward faces… Nobody would make eye contact. Nobody seemed to know what to talk about. Woops…
  • My husband and I were right in the middle of the act when we heard a tiny voice say, “What are you doing?” It was my 6 year old son, whose ninja skills still amaze me. We had no idea he came in the room!

 

Have you ever been caught in the act? Do you have great advice on how to get some for busy parents? Share your story in the comments below!

I can’t wait to hear more mommy dirty talk!

And I especially can’t wait to try out some of your suggestions… I’m always looking for new ideas to test out with my hot husband!

Sincerely,

Mrs. S

 

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It’s my favorite nickname! That’s what all my students call me!

I’ve been around the block a time or two. I’ve worked with children from ages 0-18, some with mental illness, some with disabilities, some with Autism, and many with behavioral problems.

I also worked as a parent educator!

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That’s right!! Scary Mom-Nightmares: Potty Edition is finally here!

We can’t even begin to talk about the crazy things that happen to us as parents without hitting on pee and poop!!! 

Pee and poop is the essence of insane parenting moments!

That’s why we all LOVE potty training so much. HAHAHAHAHA (slow insane laugh….)

So what awesome potty stories do you have??

Check out this list of over 20 great potty stories that will have you rolling on the floor laughing out loud-

AND don’t forget to share your own potty stories in the comments below!!!

Here they are! 21 of the best (or worst??) potty stories told by moms!

1. Peeing Outside

My family took a trip to the zoo.

It was so great, until I turned around and my son was peeing into the plants outside the exhibits right off the main walkway, where he was getting lots of attention from other visitors!

All I could think to choke out in response was, “We’ve talked about this!”

Somehow, I don’t think that made me sound any more normal to the other visitors.

2. Doggy Style

We were visiting a friend’s house for a play date. I was inside chatting with the other moms and all the kids were out playing in the yard.

One of the moms sheepishly touched my shoulder and pointed to the back yard. That’s never a good sign!

I looked through the window to see my 7 year old in a squatting position, pooping right in our friend’s yard!

]After cleaning up the mess, I pulled her aside and asked why she did that. She explained, “Toby (our dog) does it!”

3. Cheer Leader

Nothing beats pooping in a public restroom (as if that’s not bad enough already) with a newly potty trained 3 year old cheering me on, loud enough for the whole store to hear!

“Mommy- YOU POOPED!!”

“Wow, mommy, great job peeing in the potty!”

I couldn’t be mad… All I could say was, “Thank you sweetie.”

4. Ice Cream!

I was cooking dinner. My toddler had taken off her diaper without me knowing.

One of my older kids interrupted my cooking with, “Look mom, an ice cream cone!” pointing at the bench by the kitchen table.

I was so confused, so I came to see. There on the bench lay a nice large turd, in the perfect shape (and I kid you not, the exact color scheme!!) of an ice cream cone.

5. Tired of the Wait

We were on a road trip and stopped to use the bathroom at a gas station. It was one of those single-stall, men/women restrooms.

I let my little one go first, and asked him to wait inside the bathroom while I went. I was still going when he got tired of waiting for me and burst open the door.

Just in time for me to make eye contact with the (rather attractive!) man outside who was waiting to use the restroom. And we just maintained eye contact for like 10 seconds as the door to the restroom slowly, slowly swung shut again.

Ahhh!

6. Responsible Neighbors

One summer, our family was playing outside. Our son was in the process of potty training. He was playing in a kiddie pool, wearing only shorts with no underwear.

Well, I guess he needed to poop but he didn’t say anything.

Instead, he let that turd fall right out the leg of his shorts onto the sidewalk… where it sat undisturbed and unnoticed… UNTIL…

Our neighbors walked by, asked if we got a dog, and told us we needed to be responsible and clean up after it!

7. Snack Time

My daughter was just walking. She had a bad diaper rash, so I was letting her hang out naked for a bit to air out.

After a few minutes, I looked over and noticed her crouched down behind the arm of the couch. When I went to see what was going on, she had pooped on the floor.

And she was eating it!!! AHHHHH!

We were new parents, so my husband and I totally freaked out.

After a few minutes of running around and yelling confused directions at each other, trying to figure out what to do, we finally washed her mouth at least 10 times, and it just seemed like we could still smell it on her breath! Eww!

8. When you Teach your Child TOO WELL

Another public restroom mishap… I took my little one into the stall with me. I went potty first, then tried to help him up onto the toilet.

He yelled, “Ewww, Mom! Don’t touch me with your poop hands!”

I could hear laughter echoing… coming from all the other stalls.

9. Getting Technical

We were out playing at a neighbor’s house.

Because parenting is what it is, I reminded him beforehand NOT to poop in the yard.

So… naturally…. when my son had to go, he climbed the tree, squatted, and pooped on a branch. Amazing.

And technically- as he reminds me still to this day- he DID follow my directions.

10. Time for New Flooring!

My child pooped on the carpet.

Ok, no big deal for a parent. We deal with this every day.

But he wasn’t done yet!

Then got down on his hands and knees. And rubbed his poop into a giant patch of brown as far as his arms could reach.

By the time I found him, just a few seconds later, it was smeared deep into the fibers of the carpet… not to mention all over on his hands, in his hair, and on his face too.

Great!

two children playing under umbrella on seashore

11. Double the Trouble

My kids are “Irish twins”- you know, two pregnancies and two kids born in the same year of each other?

Well, because of their close age, they were both newly potty trained at the same time.

We decided to take a trip to the zoo. I was so excited to show them the monkeys and the elephant for the first time! They were at the perfect age to soak it up. I could just see their faces filled with amazement and excitement!!!

Right outside the zoo, they BOTH peed their pants. At. The. Exact. Same. Time.

We turned around and got right back in the car.

12. Gravity Sucks

My husband and I were enjoying a walk down the board walk along the beach during our lovely family vacation.

We had a couple kids walking alongside us and one sitting up on my husband’s shoulders.

My husband randomly said, “Honey. Come here please.” There was something about his tone… You know, the tone that parents use to communicate to each other in a second that all is very very wrong.

Turns out, my poor kid wasn’t feeling so well… And the poop couldn’t be contained in his pants… And my poor husband now had diarrhea all down his back!

13. Whaaaaaa……

I remember being out with another couple. They brought their little baby (the third child) along because she was too young to be left with a babysitter.

Well, the baby had a blowout. Totally normal, right?

This mom was freaking out and had absolutely no idea what to do because none of her other babies had ever had a blowout! And this was her third child!

I couldn’t believe it, and I couldn’t help but sit back with my arms folded across my chest and chuckle as she tried to figure out what to do with poop dripping down the baby’s back, neck, arms, legs, and clothes.

She was so surprised when the poop got on HER clothes and hands.

Ok, of course, I stepped in and offered her a spare set of clothes (I keep those in my car AT ALL TIMES because my kids are normal and have blowouts like every other day!).

I just can’t get over the fact that she had never seen a blowout in THREE KIDS! THREE!

14. Tell Me It’s Chocolate…

My niece had this thing about putting her hands down her diaper. It seemed like we were always reminding her to take her hands out there.

As if that isn’t bad enough… she was a thumb sucker.

Can you see where this is going?

One day, I found her with chocolate all over her face. I couldn’t figure out where she got it from. All of our chocolate was kept in tall cupboards.

Oh wait.

If only it were chocolate! But it wasn’t.

15. She’s Got All the Solutions

When my son was a baby, he had a stinky diaper. I left to get the supplies I needed to change him.

During the 5 seconds I was gone, my sweet helpful daughter got sick of the poop smell. With logic that only a 5 year old can understand, she sprayed him with Febreze head to toe!

She didn’t get it in his eyes or face (thankfully!!!), but she did soak his hair with it.

Problem solved!

16. Don’t You Love It When Kids Think Of Their Own Jokes?

The kid: “Knock knock.”

Me: “Who’s there?”

The Kid: “Poopy Pee.”

Me… getting reluctant to participate: “Poopy Pee who?”

The Kid: Squats down in a crouching position and grunts. Wow.

17. What’s Going On In There??

From inside a public bathroom, my child yells to me, “Mom, there’s Santa! Come get Santa!”

Who…

What?

How?

I don’t know what to do with that.

18. Effective Communication

I don’t know where this came from, but my little girl (age 2ish) used to tell me when her diaper was poopy by saying, “Poopygins!”

I swear I didn’t teach her that.

19. Nice Comeback

While potty training my daughter, we had yet another accident.

No big deal, I’m used to that.

But I wasn’t prepared for my daughter’s rebuttal, “I’m so sorry mom! You don’t understand what I did wrong.”

boy wearing teal and black striped t-shirt holding toy

20. Righteous Anger

My youngest confessed to my oldest child that he had peed on his boot.

The sweet older brother wasn’t even mad.

He was innocently replying that it was ok when the youngest cut him off, yelling, “You go to school and I WORK all the time!”

Somebody’s got a guilty conscience.

21. Sleep Walking Peeing?

Is sleep peeing a thing? I think it is… and here’s my proof.

I love raising boys, but the peeing thing can get really out of hand. I’ve had several instances when I wake up in the middle of the night to some noise. When I drag myself out of bed to check it out, I find one of my boys, apparently asleep, peeing on random objects in the house.

  • My bedpost
  • The sugar jar (Yes- the one up on the counter… he climbed a chair and peed in it while sleeping!)
  • The empty space next to the toilet (at least he was close this time)
  • Various pieces of furniture (tables, chairs, couches….)

 

There you have it! All the best mom experiences with pee and poop!

But I bet there are more out there that we haven’t heard yet… am I right?

What awesome potty stories do you have?? Share them in the comments below!

Sincerely,

Mrs. S

 

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Who is Mrs. S… and why do people call you that? 

It’s my favorite nickname! That’s what all my students call me!

I’ve been around the block a time or two. I’ve worked with children from ages 0-18, some with mental illness, some with disabilities, some with Autism, and many with behavioral problems.

I also worked as a parent educator!

All that doesn’t hold a candle to my best experience with children- being a mom. Want to learn more about me? Click here! 

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A Collection of Humorous Stories from Real Moms

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Who’s ever peed their pants in 4th grade? Me!

Who’s ever misspelled the easiest word in front of the whole school during the 8th grade Spelling Bee? Check!

Who couldn’t remember my own phone number for the first year and a half after getting a new phone? You guessed it.

Who accidentally told a client’s mom “I love you” at the end of a work phone call? Yep, me again.

Just you wait- there’s plenty more. Especially since I’ve become a mom!

And thank goodness- it’s not just me!

Here’s a wonderful list of deliciously embarrassing mom moments, told by moms who know exactly what it feels like to cover their faces in shame and rush out of the grocery store without making eye contact with anyone!

Enjoy a good laugh, and remember that you’re normal after all! Unless…. we are all abnormal… in which case, you’re still in good company!

1) Count the Cows’ Wieners

My son grew up around the farm.

One day, he told me, “Mom, cows make milk.”

Then his younger brother piped in, “And they have lots of wieners!” (I guess you mean the udders??)

2) F, F, and More F

My child mispronounced the words “duck”, “truck”, “stuck”… basically anything ending in the “uck” sound.

The interesting thing is, no matter what the beginning sound was supposed to be, she substituted in an “f”. No idea why.

So she went through a phase where this cute little blonde, piggy tailed, adorable girl walked around swearing all the time.

The little old ladies down the street weren’t happy about that.

3) All Better!

I slipped on the ice right on my butt.

As if that wasn’t embarrassing enough, my sweet toddler kissed it better.

4) A Little Miscommunication

My child told her teacher that I drink and drive.

When CPS showed up at my house, I asked my 6 year old to go to the fridge and bring the nice lady the beverage that I drink while I drive.

She came back with a Pepsi.

5) How Old Do I Look?

A salesman came to the door. I answered with a toddler hanging on my leg and a four year old behind me.

My only plan was to send him away graciously.

But then he jumped right in with, “Hi, is your mom here?”

6) I’m 4 Years Old All Over Again

After I gave birth to my first baby, we had a big family gathering to welcome her to the world. Everyone was there.

We were all dressed up and looking cute.

And then I had to sneeze. I was still new to this whole postpartum body of mine, so I really wasn’t ready for it.

I never thought I’d pee my pants as a 26 year old. And definitely not in front of the whole extended family!

woman wearing gray coat with hands on her face during daytime

7) Watch out for spit up!

I’ve had many a day go by without realizing that I was covered in it. For hours. Out in public.

I’m not just talking running errands in Wal-Mart (although that’s certainly happened!) but also at work, at church, at weddings, at family get togethers, and at company parties.

The best was when I was covered in spit up for an Employee of the Month photo. And nobody said anything!

8) Empathy for Livestock

I was a new mom, and my sweet mom offered to take my daughter over night while my husband and I had a nice getaway. It was so so great!

Except that I had never packed for postpartum needs. I forgot the breast pump. And I felt it. Quickly.

When I started hurting, my husband didn’t know how to help so he started massaging me. We joke to this day about the time that I was milked like a cow.

9) Surprise Visitors

Our family bought a new house. We were very excited to move in… but we had the sad surprise of BED BUGS! Yep.

The exterminator took care of them as quickly as possible.

My son told some friends, “We got a new house. There are bugs that eat me in my sleep.”

10) Shhh! Quiet!

My family was sitting in a quiet church on Easter Sunday. We were listening to the sermon and trying to keep everyone quiet.

I had my son in my lap. He was playing with the hymn books, but he was being a little too rough with them.

I tried to take it out of his hands, but he pulled up on the book as fast as he could to keep me from taking it. The book went above his head, straight into my windpipe! It completely knocked the wind out of me! I tried to gag quietly, but that’s easier said than done.

I ended up making weird, uneven, gag, choke, cry, shudder, swallow, gasp, clear throat, cough, hack, puke noises. For like 5 minutes. In the otherwise dead silence.  

11) Keep It IN Your Pants

My son pulled his “thing” right out of his pants in the middle of Chuck-E-Cheese with kids and parents all around.

12) Another Great Day at Church.

I was sitting in the pew with my sister and her family. My sister’s husband was holding their son.

I was very entertained watching him try to sit still.

As he sat there fidgeting, he looked up at his dad. With his dad looking straight ahead at the preacher, the kid could see right up his nose holes.

The boy looked down at his hand, holding up two fingers. Then he looked back at his dad’s nose. And back at his fingers.

And then, quick as anything, he shoved those two fingers up his dad’s nose right in the middle of the sermon!

13) Who Dressed Who?

It was a few days before school started and we were attending the open house to get to know our kids’ new teachers. I wore a sundress and thought I looked super cute!

My son said, “Mom, your dress looks funny.”

I got after him, telling him to be polite and keep rude comments to himself. After a few minutes, I realized that my dress was inside out, and had been the whole time!!

long-coated brown animal

14) New Lyrics

My kid liked to make up songs.

One day, while we were out to eat at a restaurant, he was singing loudly some of his made up lyrics. It was a little annoying, but fine… until, “All you have to do is shake your booty and wave your pee pee!” Oh no.

15) A Classic with a Twist

Another amazing original song by a four year old…. In the middle of hobby lobby, my daughter yelled, “If you’re happy and you know it, clap your butt!”

16) Mommy Balance

Our family was shopping at Lowe’s. My two year old tried to run for the door. When I tried to catch her, I slipped and face planted.

I got a black eye, a bloody nose, a laughing toddler, and a husband who stood in shock until I finally choked out of my blood-soaked face, “Get her!”

17) Tissue, Please!

I was visiting my neighbor. We were sitting on her couch chatting. I had my three year old sitting next to me. She was getting squirmy but I was really enjoying the adult interaction, so I was hoping she could sit still for just a few more minutes!

Then, I suddenly realized that quite a bit of time had passed and she seemed to calm down! Great!

Until I started to notice how often my neighbor was glancing away from me and towards my daughter…. Never a good sign!

When I looked down at her, she had been picking her nose and wiping the boogers on my neighbor’s couch. She had an impressive pile of snot built up!! I had to pinterest how to clean microfiber.

18) Potty Mouth

The family was carrying in groceries. My husband dropped a bag containing spaghetti sauce. The glass jar shattered and spaghetti sauce was everywhere!

Our toddler was running by right as my husband let out a, “Oh shit!”.

Later that day, we went back to Costco for more spaghetti sauce. We were trying some of the free samples… when my toddler dropped hers… And let out a, “Oh shit!” in front of a group of little old ladies.

19) Tit Twister but Worse

Have you ever seen those pacifier clips? You know, so you can clip the paci to the baby’s clothes and you don’t loose it? They’re great!

Except for one unfortunate day… I clipped it right onto her nipple!! She was crying, and it took me a few minutes to figure out what was wrong!

20) Good Ol’ Abe

My four year old’s preschool teacher dressed up as Abraham Lincoln. She spoke about how old Abe freed the slaves- then explained that slaves were black people who were forced to work for free.

After preschool, my daughter and I went out for lunch at Wendys. In the line, she yelled, “Look, mom- it’s a slave!” pointing at a young African American man.

The whole restaurant fell silent, staring at us. I didn’t know what to say, but I managed to choke out, “No, sweetie, remember that Abraham Lincoln freed all the slaved… except for one, and that would be me!”toddler opening her mouth

Whatever your most embarrassing mom moment is, it can’t be any worse than these! But if it is, we’d really want to hear about it!

Please share your BEST embarrassing mom moments in the comments below!

No need to feel embarrassed next time one of these crazy mom moments happens to you! Just come join us for a good laugh about it all!

Sincerely,

Mrs. S

 

Who is Mrs. S… and why do people call you that? 

It’s my favorite nickname! That’s what all my students call me!

I’ve been around the block a time or two. I’ve worked with children from ages 0-18, some with mental illness, some with disabilities, some with Autism, and many with behavioral problems.

I also worked as a parent educator!

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