- me: they're doing some athletic shit
- me: hOLY FUCK HOW IS THAT EVEN POSSIBLE EVERYONE ARE YOU SEEING THIS SHIT RIGHT HERE HOLY FUCK HOW
- me: hAHA DUMBFUCK THIS IS THE GODDAMN OLYMPICS WHAT THE SHIT ARE YOU DOING
- me: DISHONOR
- me: DISHONOR ON YOUR WHOLE FAMILY
- me: DISHONOR ON YOU
- me: DISHONOR ON YOUR COW
And Janine and Sam are arguing while I’m trying to run.
And Janine keeps interrrupting Sam:
When they both tell me different directions to run:
But playing it at night:
Potentially unpopular opinion?
Potty training your 6 month old is stupid. Potty training your kid before he can get to the toilet himself is stupid too.
YEP. Kids that age don’t have the mental capacity to understand potty training. Usually potty training won’t work until the child shows an interest in it… and I can’t name a single 6mo old who cares about the potty.
I think dedicating your time to literally potty train a 6 month old isn’t very smart. But I was potty trained before I was a year old. So it can happen. And it’s proven that by introducing them to the potty before they are ready, will help them learn better.
Actually it’s not stupid. I plan on potty training my son as soon as he can crawl which should be in a month or so. You watch for their cues and they let you know when they have to go. You then teach them a sign. I know he can handle that, he does arms out when he wants up so. Really it’s no more work than cloth diapers, and the messes are smaller than toddler sized messes.
Also, Canada and the US have some of the latest potty trained kids. In some countries they don’t ever wear diapers, and they never potty train because they don’t have to. Look up elimination communication if you’re curious about it… but really if I had been smart, that would have been the plan since day 1.