Thursday, September 13, 2007

hypothetical question

Hypotheticlaly speaking, if one was to feed their one-year old a fun, sprinkly ice cream cone bakery cookie that contained numerous harmful additives, including red dye #40 and red dye #3, how long would said one-year old’s poop be hot pink?

Hypothetically speaking.

16 comments:

Jenn said...

WHAT.

At least he hasn't had so much Sunny Delight that he himself has turned orange. Yet. I think.

Llama Momma said...

He's never actually had Sunny d, or any juice for that matter. Let's just say he gets plenty of fiber and leave it at that!

Andrea said...

I would say a few days? eek.

spaghettipie said...

*ROTFL*
oh, I mean, maybe a few diapers?
*giggle*
so, hypothetically speaking, does this happen often?

Llama Momma said...

Andrea -- I can hardly wait for today's diapers to see if the pink is still with us.

SP -- Hypotheticaly speaking, this is the first time we've ever had neon poop.

Marmot Mom said...

You have obviously not ventured far into the world of color! Try giving them Fruit Loops for a REAL show :) (And just for the record, it was MARMOT DAD who always plied them with that stuff, thank you very much!!)

Craver Vii said...

Wait... are you saying that hot pink is not the normal everyday color of the aforementioned substance??

Llama Momma said...

Marmot Mom -- If the llama Papa was in charge of the food, fruit loops would be on the regular rotation of breakfasts. But the mean llama momma insists on a healthy breakfast. (And the occasional bakery cookie, of course!!)

Craver -- I don't think we want to go there.

But I am happy to report that everything is back to normal around here! ;-)

Frazzmom said...

Hypothetically speaking of course, I would imagine that it would be about the same amount of time for neon pink urine to return to normal after giving my first born, two year old son a red popsicle!

(Again- a completely hypothetical situation!)

I'm sure all should return to normal in 24 hours ;-)

Llama Momma said...

FrazzMom -- Why does a popcicle for a 2-year old sound so much less incriminating than a one-year old with a cookie? Like, hypothetically, if I were to put the baby in the gym daycare, they're going to FREAK OUT if he poops! Hypothetically.

Marmot Mom said...

Hmmmmm, sounds like SOMEONE is already looking for an excuse to get out of going to the new gym!!!!
(Hypothetically speaking...)

Llama Momma said...

Marmot Mom -- HA!! Actually, they've been closed for the last three days for remodeling. I have no idea what they're doing in there because it looked beautiful a week ago!

I'm hoping they're open tomorrow. I'm ready to sneak out for an early workout...alone...llama papa has been gone since Monday, and returns late tonight. I am so ready to be alone. :-)

Plus I ate about fifteen reeses peanut butter cups last night. I wish I was exaggerating. Back to circuit training for me!

Jenny from Chicago said...

Such a funny post. You are in for a treat as Halloween approaches...all that black icing makes them poop green. Just a heads up...hypothetically.

Llama Momma said...

Jenny -- I never gave my twins sweets until they were two or something. This is a brave new world with child #3, though I hope to shield baby b. from the bulk of the halloween candy! (It helps that he goes to bed at 6:30.)

I gave him the cookie in a weak moment, hoping to buy myself ten minutes. I know. Sign me up for Mother of the Year. But hey, my husband travels during the week and things get a little bit desperate around here!

Jenny from Chicago said...

Llama Momma - that third one is the test, no? I never gave my kids fast food either until the third one showed up....now I am so beat down that if they ate cookies for every meal and kept them from talking for ten minutes I'd be good with that.

Llama Momma said...

Jenny -- exactly! I shudder to think what would happen if we had a fourth. Might as well just grind up chicken nuggets and mix it in with the formula...

And, no, that's not an announcement. The llama household is officially complete. :-)