Wednesday, August 15, 2007

Advice please!

What would you do if someone was letting their children swim in the pool naked and you knew the kids were urinating in it constantly? The pool is a kiddie pool, not a built in and definately not chlorinated. It really grosses me out and I hate having to tell my kids that they can't go swimming because it would be like swimming in a toilet. Not that they aren't peeing in the pool when they have swimsuits on, but I'm just saying. It's gross. I'm pretty sure my kids aren't peeing in the pool. At least I hope not, they're 7 and 5. They should know better. Also, these other kids have been told it's ok to pee outside and now the baby is using my mother's flower pots as toilets. Lord have mercy! It is just pure craziness around here.

We went camping last weekend. I will say this, 5 children in a trailer can be a really rough and loud weekend. Extremely close quarters and no idea that jumping off the top bunk is really, really bad can make things a little tense. When we were out and about though, the kids had a blast. We rode the Yosemite Sugar Pine Railroad on Friday and it was really cool. I think my dad got a bigger kick out of it than the kids. Hopefully I can get the pictures downloaded off the camera soon and see if I got any really good ones. Saturday we spent the day at Bass Lake and the kids were swimming all day long. It was really nice to sit there by the water and watch the kids play and visit with my parents. That was probably the best part of the trip. I love the water. Either the ocean or a lake. I find it very relaxing. We're still catching up on our rest. Even though we went to bed every night around 9pm and woke up around 7am, we're still completely exhausted.

4 comments:

MonkeysMama said...

Wow! We've been to Bass Lake too. It's a great place to take your kids, and kudos to you for staying in cramped quarters. Yikes!

Oh, and the peeing. EW!

JustJessie said...

I hate to be the one to tell you this, but swim diapers don't hold pee at all. They're only made for the poop factor. Basically if you're swimming with toddlers and below, you're swimming in a potty. Still gross though.

JustJessie said...

I hate to be the one to tell you this, but swim diapers don't hold pee at all. They're only made for the poop factor. Basically if you're swimming with toddlers and below, you're swimming in a potty. Still gross though.

MonkeysMama said...

Wow! We've been to Bass Lake too. It's a great place to take your kids, and kudos to you for staying in cramped quarters. Yikes!

Oh, and the peeing. EW!

 

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