We started our quest to visit every public toilet in he Houston area a couple weeks ago.
So far we've seen 8,534. And we even peed in most of them.
So as not to jinx anything, I don't want to tell you about how great it's going or anything.
The hardest part is breaking away from what we're doing every 90 minutes or so to take a potty break. We're just busy, ok?
I am not confident enough to let him just wait until he has to pee yet, so we do try to pee every hour and a half or so. And while he will generally tell me when he does have to pee, if he's into something interesting he may not mention it until it's, you know, like already coming out!
I may have also created a small monster when we left the rec center on day 2 and he told me he had to pee. So I let him pee in the parking lot. And now, he wants to hold his pee until we're in a parking lot so that he can pee in the parking lot again.
And admittedly, I have allowed him to pee in the parking lot, on the back porch, in the grass, and various other places. Not because I want to create a habit of this, but because he steadfastly refuses to stand in front of the potty to pee. He wants to sit. So I think if he stands to pee enough, he'll discover that standing to pee is awesome and may be ok with doing it in the potty that way.
I am still technically unemployed. However, all those good vibes you sent out did work in my favor. The company is in the works of making me an offer, but the president, who approves all offers is travelling, and so their approval process is being greatly slowed by this fact.
My stress level has gotten much lower and I have taken a new approach to being home since I know that an offer is on the way, so where I had shuddered at the idea of spending any extraneous money previously, we have done a lot this week that did actually cost a small chunk of change. I do assume that I will accept this offer.
We went to the Children's Museum on Monday, and the zoo and an Astros game (Landon's first) on Wednesday. (Posts with pictures to come, but I have limited time as, Clifford is only on for so long and then we have to get ready to go to the library)
And now, the dogs need out, so they can bark at the neighbor's roofers.