After a seven year gap of no tiny grandbabies to care for I now find myself immersed in the bliss of a new grandson. He is sturdy. He is happy. He is delightful. He is a breeze to care for on the one day a week that I watch him while mommy works.
But he is a bit of a human fountain and I have an age induced tendency to forget that fact while changing his diaper. His mom even provides “pee pee teepees” for such tasks. And of course, I think of using them too late.Continue reading “Liquids and solids. Undoubtedly gas, too. Adventures in grandparenting Chapter 2”