I think we were too late and too low with our offer. I’m trying not to dwell on it but I was disappointed.
I found out Monday after work as I was on the way to meet Jeff, the girls and some friends of ours for dinner at
. I heart their sushi, but always feel like I’m cheating on Een when I go there without her - that’s one of our favorite date spots J. Nagoya
The company and the sake made me feel a little better. That and Lily was pretty well behaved. Toddlers can ruin a dinner out pretty quickly, especially when Mama forgets crayons or any type of activity to entertain them (the iPad is a life saver).
Outside the restaurant is a nice grassy area between the Hilton and
. Lily wanted to run in the grass, so her and Jeff did just that for a bit. I took some photos and sat with Gracie. Nagoya
|Daddy really is so much fun!|
|Strawberry Shortcake sunglasses from a birthday party last weekend. We wear them constantly.|
I heard her ask about going into the Hilton to go potty. She had just gone potty in the restaurant not 20 minutes ago. I didn’t think much of it, sometimes she uses wanting to go potty as a means to do other things… like get out of bed when she should be sleeping, etc. We thought she just wanted to go into the hotel, which we of course were not going to do.
Next thing I know, she is pulling up her shirt and pulling down her shorts and honeys. Yes, that’s my child naked in the “park” at Levis Commons. Jeff quickly reassembled her outfit while laughing histerically. I was snapping photos and didn’t quite catch it, mostly because I was laughing myself (it's blurry, but you get the idea). I wasn’t super proud of this… but you have to admit, it was pretty funny.
|Dropping trough - as they say|
As he was walking her back to the car Lily stops on the sidewalk and Jeff yells to me as I was packing Gracie up – “What do you suggest I do now?” I look over and Lily is standing on the sidewalk peeing. There is literally a lake sized puddle growing at her feet and it’s splattering everywhere.
This was. not. funny.
Lily potty trained in about 3 days. Since that time she has had all of maybe two accidents. This was not an accident, it was on purpose. Sometimes she is
evil difficult but this was new. I was disappointed.
I explained that this behavior was not acceptable and was definitely NOT funny and we went home and took a bath and got her to bed late. Awesome.
The next morning I had to get up early for a meeting. I was coming upstairs from the kitchen and heard Lily yelling for me “Ohhhhhhhhhh Mamaaaaaa… I have to go potty…” in her sing song morning voice. It’s hilarious. But by the time I got up there her bed was a swimming pool of pee. I was disappointed.
I miraculously was able to get her bathed and still get to my meeting on time, so all is well that ends well.
Potty setbacks are not fun. We will be limiting our drinks in the evening from now on.