I wash my hair every morning because I shower before bed and when I get up in the morning I look like medusa. I went to move the towel that I hang over the tub side and it was wet. It smelled like urine. I leaned down into the tub and there was a river of really smelly pee in the tub. (Dustin's urine is FOUL due to some of the meds he takes) I freaked out then woke Dustin up. I had Dustin clean the tub out and told him needs to use the toilet, yada yada, yada. (welcome to the world of FAS)
I am astounded that the dog has had 2 accidents on the bathroom floor this week. I am tired of washing the bathroom rug. Tonight I walk into the bathroom find another dog accident and then get in the shower and turn the water on. It begins to really smell foul. I realize he has been pee-ing in the shower now. ARGH! I call him in the bathroom and ask him if there is something he wants to tell me. He says, "I pee on the rug" *gag* and I say anything else? He says, "I pee in the shower all the time". I ask the ridiculous mom question, "WHY?" Here's the fun answers . . .
Because I couldn't make it to the toilet.
Because their is something wrong with the toilet.
Because the toilet doesn't like me.
Because I like being in trouble.
Because I decided it would be good.
Because I'm bad.
Because I was trying to be good. (the typical Dustin answer)
and finally . . . the truth . . .
I was trying to be mean to you and dad. I was angry.
HALLELUJAH. Truth. (who other than a parent of a special needs child would be thrilled that their son said they pee in the shower because they are angry at you as a parent)
Now, what do I do about it? He is already very rarely unsupervised, am I going to have to watch him pee now too? Ideas? Anyone?
And by the way, I made him clean the shower and the floor and it is really sparkly clean.