Some days you are the dog, and some days you are the mom getting peed on by her toddler.....wait, I mean hydrant.
Zach has been fully potty trained for months. He does not sleep in a diaper and always tells us when he has to go. He hates when his undies are wet at all.
Walking out of the ymca, on the way out to the car after running errands, I must have asked Zach 15 times if he had to go potty....more like 3, but it felt like a lot. Ohio was having am awesome -10 degree day and I wanted to get to the car and get home before we froze.
All the way out of the building...."no mom, no mama, I don't have to go". Liar liar pants on fire. I get Oliver buckled in his seat, Zach takes his coat off and starts freaking out...of course he has to pee NOW.
We have one choice, drop your drawers and pee out of the door in the parking lot of the ymca....into the freezing wind chill. I run around the car and it is already too late. He started peeing in his pants as I'm pulling them down, I'm yelling "wait, wait!" Apparently he did try to wait because as I get in front of him to get his pants all the way down his stream double times and he pees on me. It was like I was being fire hosed.
I, of course, go "turn, turn!" duh, now he pees all over the car door.
Everything is soaked. Luckily I keep spare pants in the car for him and had a blanket to wipe everything down....as I'm freezing my ass off, wet with pee, standing in the ymca parking lot. It was a sight to be seen.
Zach was thrilled he got to wear pants with no underware home. I was thrilled no one that parked around us decided to come out during the pee incident of 2015.