Never Squeeze Your Child - A Cautionary Tale

10:50 AM

The other day I took Jase into a public restroom at a local restaurant. Little did I know, that it would lead to a lesson on how you should never squeeze your child. Trust me, you will be happy that you learned this lesson. Let me set the scene for you. Jase went into a stall all by himself, because he is 6 and a big boy now. After some grunts and a few minutes had passed, I asked him if he needed help and this is how the rest of the story unfolded. P.S. I am a horrible artist and apparently I don't wear shoes in a public restroom.






After this, there was nothing left for me to do but lead my son past the other women standing outside the bathroom stall. I might add, they were not trying very hard to hide their amusement. So, what have we learned? Hug your child, tickle them, heck even give them a hand shake, but do not ever squeeze their bellies, because now you know what will happen. You're welcome. 

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16 comments

  1. Hahaha! I literally lol'd at this. I feel your pain though I really do.

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  2. lol. OMG! I can see everyone in the restroom smiling as you walked out.

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  3. I just laughed out loud reading that. Would not have been able to help myself if I was in the bathroom too.

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  4. I've had my share of "experiences" with my son in public restrooms. lol. I will definitely think twice before I squeeze my son, now. :)

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  5. Oh my gosh, this is so funny, and I LOVE the artwork…hahahaha!

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  6. omg, those people are probably still laughing about it!

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  7. Very funny, but you should wear shoes in a public restroom :)

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  8. I know Robert, I really should remember to slip on some shoes next time I go out in public. :)

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  9. I love that to top it ALL off, this happened in a restaurant bathroom. A great way to want to go back and eat more right?

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  10. Oh Marcie, after so many years of having four boys and every bodily fluid and function under the sun, nothing phases me or makes me lose my appetite anymore. :)

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  11. I can't believe you made those drawings. lol

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  12. I have never had that kind of experience-never had children, but I'm an an "extra granny" for my husband's grandkids.

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  13. I will take this advice to heart. I hereby promise to never squeeze a kid.

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  14. Bahahaaa I could not help but laugh. Just Sunday, my son was having a hard time and I actually pressed in & around his stomach....lol Thank God we were at home..... :)
    And the drawings are priceless!

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  15. LOL. I promise not to squeeze the charmin - I mean the kid.

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