Thursday, August 21, 2008

MyMostDisgustingPost. E.v.e.r.

I am warning you, if you have a weak stomach.

Don't have kids.

Or just don't want to hear a disgusting story....


I am warning you.

Ask my mom when I called her what I was doing.

As I was trying to tell her what just took place I was dry heaving.


Hard. So hard my stomach muscles are a little sore (well, that could be from still having a bit of a "Bella Pouch").

Is anyone still with me?


Only my sister?

I figured as much.

Today I was suctioning out Bella's nose. (if you think that is the disgusting part, you are wrong and I hope you stop reading ASAP!!).

It was a battle.

A hard one. I am beginning to think I may need some protective gear when suctioning her nose.

After we're done I am calling for the dog.

Nothing. She is nowhere to be seen.

I look around the living room.

No dog. But she did leave a nice pile of crap by the door.

I find the dog behind the couch--she SO knew she was in trouble.

I set Isabella down to grab the dog and put her in her crate.

No sooner do I shut the door to the crate I come back in the living room.

***warning***please do not read if you get grossed out. stop immediately!!!

I see part of the crap has been located in a new pile.

And more of it is missing.

I scream.

I start crying.

Isabella starts whimpering.








Excuse me while I go and throw up now.


Heather @ A Boy, A Girl, A Pug said...

NO FREAKIN' WAY!! Should I be calling child services now?:) That is soooooo gross!!

Leslie said...

OHHHHHHH NOOOOOOOO!!!!!! Sweetie that's HORRIBLE!! Poor Bella, poor poor mommy having to know that. Poor mommy. oooh. *sigh* ((((hugs))))

Anonymous said...


If it makes you feel any better my friends 10 month old ate a LIVE tree frog. I $hit you not. ALIVE. Right off the picnic blanket.

Susan said...

Terrible!!! I have some gross poop stories but none involving the eating of the poop. I could sense it coming in your story and oh did I feel bad for you. Did you have to call the pediatrician or what? How did you clean her up? That definitely makes for a rough day! Have a drink or two and maybe in the morning you will think it was all a dream.

Mamasphere said...

That is pretty gross! But at least eating dog poop is slightly less gross than eating one's own poop. Which babies have been known to do since the beginning of time. So you have that silver lining.

Jenny said...

i hate to say this but did she think it was ice cream or yogurt or something. oh bella...that is just plain gross!
i mean how do you clean out a 9 month olds mouth? you can't give them listerine.
just lost my appetite to eat my raisins.

jOni lAnE said...

well. you did give fair warning. i was a total rubber necker on this one. i should have listened. please excuse me now, i have my own mess to clean up.

Simply Shannon said...

ewww. It probably won't hurt her, but it's still nasty.

Krystyn said...

Grosssssss!!!! Did you read my post about Izzy eating her own?

Dana said...

Oh My GOD!!!! Rylie would so do that. She has eaten the cat food on numerous occasions, and even though she doesn't like it, she seems to forget from one time to the next. I am of course hoping that she really hasn't already done it, I know I found poop on her hand once and I chose to assume she didn't eat any.

Wendi said...

No photos?
I tease...I have already gagged a few times while reading this post.
Where is Carol?
She needs to read this...she will feel much better about her "poop" stories!
So sorry Chelle!!!

amanda said...

oh love.

i am so very sorry.

i seriously don't even know what i would have done??

hopefully this evening finds both of you with clean mouths and happier tummies :)

Anonymous said...

I'm not sure what to say?????

Amanda @ notsoextraordinary said...

OMG!!!!!!!!! soooooo nasty! I would have been dry heaving too! in fact, if i actually think about it, it makes my gag reflex feel like it will start up any second now.

ps i saw some hair on the locker room floor today and thought of you. that's really sick lol

Allison R said...

EEEWWWWW! That is so horrible. But, just think how this story will forever embarass your daughter.

Jill and Rick said...

Oh Ewwwwwww. I can hardly read it without gagging. Well, you did say that Bella was a really good eater, . . .

& LOL, now you've got this to hold over her head the entire time she's growing up. Anytime she refuses to eat something, "Bella, if you can eat dog poop you can eat this!"

Love you hon. Hope the burps have stopped.

Danielle (Life with the Hewitt Family) said...


Have you both recovered?

I think this story is one that should NEVER be revealed to future boyfriends!

anti-supermom said...

See, that is exactly why I don't have a dog - I could totally see this happening to me. So sorry that it was you, but it made for a GREAT post!!

The Nice One said...


Yea, I had a poopy moment yesterday which I was just about to blog about...but...NOTHING compared to this.

Oh. My. Oh...No...

Shannon said...

I am grossed out, but not totally. I was expecting the worst (I braced myself for it) b/c I have kids and a dog and, well, we have had some pretty nasty poop-eating scenarios around here. (All involve the dog eating children's poop, though, I have not yet experienced the grossness that is a child eating the dog's poop!!! :-)

Angelique said...

Oh Chelle :( I don't even know what to say to that one! The only solace is at least she doesn't know how sick that really is.

Poor, poor baby & mama!

Mandy said...

Well, I picked a great day to stop by and read your blog!! YUCK! That is so gross. Hope everyone is recovering from that situation!

Susan said...

OMG!!!! I don't think I can say yuck enough! Thanks for stopping by my blog....I'll try and visit again and another day!

The White House said...

Oh that is DISGUSTING! we just got a puppy and the smell of dog poop makes me want to throw-up, plus I have morning-sickness 24/7. I would write more but I think I need to go puke...

Carol said...

Oh no, that is just terrible. That should never happen.

My child crawled over to some at the park one day and played with it like it was play dough and I still haven't recovered from that.

Poor Chelle!

Becks said...

Oh.My.God!! That is horrible! Poor Bella, Poor you! Bad dog!! I guess it shows how tough babies stomachs can be! Did she get sick or anything? Or just you?