http://blog.newsok.com/hiccups/2009/02/19/potty-training-advice-needed/. But it pretty accurately shows what Adam’s “craft” ended up looking like.)
1: Karen put the roll of toilet paper on the actual toilet paper holder.
2: Adam unrolled the entire roll into the toilet while Karen made dinner and I “rested.”
3: Adam flushed.
4: Adam ran to the kitchen and told Karen something along the lines of, “Karn, I puh toy pay in pah-pah.” Which loosely translates to, “Karen, I put toilet paper in the potty.”
5: I had been listening, so I jumped off the couch and went to check the damage. Yep, an entire roll of toilet paper in the potty. Unrolled. Not just “throw the whole roll in there.” Nope, he unrolled it first.
6: Thankfully, the toilet did NOT overflow. Miracles happen everyday. I used salad tongs to fish out the TP. And everyone was happy.
The next day, Karen and I used some toilet paper in another unique way!
Don’t have your own collection? Fat quarters work well, as do napkins (the napkins were the PERFECT size!)