Thursday, August 18, 2011

Nutso.

Lizzy is driving me nuts. You would think it would be the other two.

Every time I turn around she is doing something she shouldn't. I guess she has finally decided to act out about these two new little people.

Well, so far I have been able to avoid new boy biting her. I am patting myself on the back for this.

I didn't send any wipes with the kids for their last 3 day visit with their mom, I did send diapers and everything else I shouldn't have to, but back to the story...

So, I pick them up and she says "You didn't send wipes with them so I had to use a wash rag on them."

And this is where I admit that I totally started laughing to myself that she "had to use a wash rag" to change diapers....maybe she should try buying some wipes...*insert evil grin here*

8 comments:

spng7 said...

Amazing how many kids survived not having wipes and had "washrags" used on them ... many generations. In fact it makes you wonder what they did before washrags :)

MamaFoster said...

i have seen...a watched an african woman have her baby poop on her knee and she rubbed it off/in to her skin with an old corn cob :)

Tammy (aka. "Mimi") said...

She has her kids three days a week and she doesn't have her own wipes and diapers???

Tammy (aka. "Mimi") said...

Better yet... She couldn't go to the store in those three days?

StarfishMom said...

Crazy stuff!!! Here, we don't have to send the baby with anything. the parents are supposed to provide a diaper bag for visits. When the baby is transitioned home, or if the case is going that way, obviously I would send more because in MY eyes, the parents have EARNED it. If I were you, I would 'forget' the wipes again...see what happens... :)

bobbie shell said...

"Forget" some diapers while you're at it.

Mary said...

I agree with Tammy and Starfish Mom. I hate when I show up for visits and bio parents don't have ANY bottle, formula, diapers, wipes, etc. for their child. There is actually a printed sign in the DCFS lobby reminding parents that they should come to visits prepared with anything their child might need.

CandCFamily said...

I would "forget" wipes and dipes, too. Wow, the sad part is minimal expectations for these parents to actually parent.