Every parent knows that finding time for yourself is one of the most difficult things, especially when you have little ones.
Toddlers and young children want to go everywhere with their parents, from trips to the grocery store to much-needed bathroom breaks. No matter where, they always want to accompany their parents!
For many parents of young kids, going to the bathroom is the only moment of peace they can count on.
Unfortunately, even the sacred quiet time the bathroom offers is often interrupted by little ones who just can’t possibly go one more minute without seeing mom or dad.
Sometimes it can be infuriating to not have even one second to yourself, while other times it’s just adorable and funny.
One mom in Denver recently experienced the frustration and joy of having her toddler burst in on her while she was on the toilet.
The mom explained to NewsFlare, “My infant was napping, so I figured it was my time to escape to the bathroom without an audience or the door wide open. I left my toddler in the living room occupied (so I thought). Moments later I hear her footsteps down the hall. She eagerly joins me. I try to convince her I’ll be out shortly, but she just won’t take the hint. We’ve always known she was a hoot, now the whole world gets to laugh with us.”
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