Poop in my Fridge

by Melanie Edwards on July 16, 2008 · 4 comments

in Motherhood,Parenting

Yes, you read that right.

There is poop.in.my.fridge.

There’s something I never thought I would say.

Or have in my fridge, for that matter.

But yet, here I am. And, I’m blogging it. Cause, that’s what the cool kids do these days. ;)

Anyway, here’s the story.

Baby girl has been having some stomach issues since yesterday.

I took her to the doctor this morning and was asked to provide a sample.

My poor mother had the unfortunate task of collecting the sample, since both the husband and I were at work.

I soooooo owe her. I probably need to buy her a couple cups of Starbucks. Or chocolate. Wait, she doesn’t like chocolate too much. (I KNOW – what woman doesn’t like chocolate? It’s a whole nother story.)

Where was I?

Oh, right. The point is I OWE HER.

So, since I was at work, by the time I picked up baby girl, the lab spot was already closed.

I have to wait until the morning to drop it off.

What to do with 3 tubes of poop sample?

Hmmm…NO IDEA

Called the pediatrician and they said “Refrigerate it!”

Yay! Why not?

So now I have poop in my fridge.

Aren’t you glad you read all about it?

***Update: There is no longer any poop in my fridge. I dropped it off to the lab the next morning.

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{ 4 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Jessica Smith July 16, 2008 at 10:14 pm

That is so funny. I hope you don’t take Ambien. I hear people raid refrigerators like mad and don’t remember a thing the next morning.

Great story! Thanks for sharing!

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2 ModernMami July 16, 2008 at 10:21 pm

Oh my God no! that would REALLY suck lol

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3 Debbie July 17, 2008 at 5:26 am

OMG…LMFAO that is SOOOO funny!!!
Yes, please don’t take Ambien and
sleepwalk to the fridge for a snack girl!
And check your breathe in the morning! LOL

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4 ModernMami July 17, 2008 at 6:58 am

Glad you enjoyed Debbie! And no, no late night trips to the fridge were made. ;)

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