To daycare with love

October 14, 2009 at 9:11 pm | Posted in M'ijo | 9 Comments

How do you thank someone…

who has taught your son to hold his p*nis and aim it successfully in the potty?

That’s a lot to learn

But what can I give you in return?

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  1. um, your extra diapers?

  2. The person who did that deserves chocolate and wine.

  3. Gift certificates are always appropriate. And notes.

  4. Woo hoo, potty training!

  5. heh. Miss Sheila basically potty trained Malka. She is now one of our favorite babysitters. 😉

  6. Laughing.

    I will be forever grateful to a brother-in-law who took my son into the woods on a camping trip and taught him how to pee behind a tree. It was many years ago, but it was a skill he’ll have for life!

  7. I think Emily Post would suggest gold.

  8. Hello! (um…you are hilarious, btw. been laughing my guts out at your posts. lol! thanks for that.)

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