Toilet Bowl Singularity

Toilet Bowl Singularity

Science of Parenthood - Toilet Bowl Singularity

No matter how many bathrooms you have, your child will neeeeed the ONE toilet you are currently sitting on.

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  1. Isn’t that the truth!
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  2. I wish this one wasn’t so true!!!! I love the illustration, it really sums it all up perfectly! Yet again, you guys hit it out of the park!! Thanks for making me smile!
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  3. OH MY GOD, were you in my house this morning?! My children were just having this fight about 65 minutes ago! ;) SO TRUE.-Ashley
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  4. My girls didn’t really do this until they got into grade school and decided they couldn’t stop talking incessantly; therefore, my rudeness leaving them to be in the “ladies room” was an invitation to follow and sit on the floor outside the door. The curious cat has joined in the game. I’m seriously thinking of decreasing my fluids. Your picture is spot on and made me lol!!
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    • Norine Dworkin-McDaniel :

      Thanks to all! Spot-on illustrations is what Jessica Ziegler specializes in! And this is why the bathroom is my favorite room in the house. Some place to hide! (Though my 7-yr-old often finds me anyway.)

  5. So true. And unfortunately my bathroom is their favorite. I guess they like the pre-warmed seat:)
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    • Norine Dworkin-McDaniel :

      Me too! Though oddly I’ve seen my kid use my toilet, then cross to the other side of the house to wash his hands in the guest bathroom. Still trying to figure out THAT one.

  6. My son is two, and we’re still hoping that he’ll use the potty someday, preferably before college. However, I grew up in a farmhouse with a brother, sister, and my parents. We had one very small bathroom. There were many battles, and I’m not sure how our household survived. I don’t remember my mother ever getting to use the bathroom.
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  7. SO true!! Why, I ask you, WHY??
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  8. Oh so very true. And why doesn’t this happen to husbands? I think mine could sit in there alone all day long.

  9. Every single time!! This is my life. Too funny. I love the illustration.
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    • Norine Dworkin-McDaniel :

      Jennifer, you saw that we credited you with inspiring the concept, right? Give me some time and we’re gonna get you a print out of the illo and we’ll sign it for you. Fabulous idea!!

  10. They have their OWN bathroom, in which they can miss the toilet seat! Maybe they like ours, because it’s nicer than the guest/kid bathroom? If you’re ever looking for new recipes to try or DIY ideas, I’d love for you to visit me at Domestic Femme.
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