So its just me and my son at home tonight. Everyone else is gone til morning sometime. I managed to cook an awesome dinner by dialing a very wonderful number ( dominos pizza lol) and my son and I had dinner and a movie. As they evening went on I wanted ice cream so went to get son ( with his help because as you all know I'm a gimp ).. went back to the living room and went to get out of my wheel chair to the sofa to stretch out...as I was doing so the babies kicked really hard in anticipation for their ice cream fix and I farted.... yes farted.. it was nasty, loud and clearedmy son and the dog out of the room leaving me laughing so hard I peed myself... so now my son won't stop making fun of e asking if I need diapers! What a brat lol.. I can't believe I embarrassed myself in front of my son like that. I've never been called a ' peeing fart monster' before.. kids... gotta love em!
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