Now I know what all of those foul, nasty, goopy, runny, and stinky diapers were preparing me for. It doesn't make me happy knowing, but at least I didn't retch or puke in our driveway yesterday...
So, the Truefit was beginning to have issues RF center in my DW's Jeep Grand Cherokee with the 60/40 split seat. It had started to slightly sink into the crack on one side. Not good. It was also causing the seat to have a really large recline angle as well. So it was time to move the seat RF passenger side... I was expecting to find Cheerios, Teddy Grahams, and Honey Bunnies in and under the seat, and figured this was a great time to clean them out, but little did I know what was in store for me...
I've got the bottom portion of the cover unbuttoned and am reaching in pulling out various snackie bits when I hit something soggy. Gooey and soggy. I'm thinking, WTF? So I yank the seat out of the SUV and onto the driveway so I can see what's going on. Oh the horror! Oh the truly (See I spelled it correctly!) awful nastiness of it all! Yes, somehow my DS had managed to dump milk down into his car seat and was making cottage cheese. Did I mention that one of the straps was hairy too?
So I spent 30-45 minutes in the hot sun, crawling around on my hands and knees in my driveway cleaning out his car seat. I scrubbed his straps until the wipes started disintegrating from the friction. I shoveled out gobs of cheesy goo that had puddled into the various nooks and crannies of the shell. It's clean now, and that funky sour smell we were attributing to a lost sippy cup is now gone, but that was about the nastiest thing I have ever seen and cleaned in my life.
And I didn't puke!
I am a father! Hear me roar!
That's AWFUL! Good job! I don't think I could have done it. Definitely would have been a job for my husband.
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The Cheerios and raisins are to be expected, but YUCK the milk! Good job.
Of things yet to come Mr. CPST, yet to come. lol
Parenting is like that show "Survivor"....."outwit, outplay, outlast."
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Thus the reason for only letting my own little one have water in the car, though with a 30-45 min drive to any kind of town, anything else just goes bad to quickly...
Hahaha, that's so funny. I feel you, being a parent makes you immune to the nastiest stuff. The other day my son had a particularly gooey poopy diaper, and then sat down really hard on the kitchen floor and it all gushed out the sides. . . and I didn't notice until he was already playing in it! EWWW. . .lol .. that was a fun day