Hey at least he was in the boys bathroom, hehe
Oh god, boys and their peeing!
Ahhh, Max....he's after your heart, VM.Just add his chapter after Frank's.
OMG! My son's friend Max used to take a whizz on the bushes at the playground in Pre-school. He did not want to leave the playground for one minute and miss out on all of the fun. Luckily he grew out of it sometime between then and now (9th grade).At least your Max did not pee in his pants!
Thanks for the good laugh I got from this post! Boys. . .what can you say. I had my two year old grandson today, and as much as I love him, he is just crazy busy!!Take care, Sue
I got in trouble in grade school for using the sink. Hey! Both the toilets were being used!
My son got suspended for 3 days last year for doing this on a dare. He was in 2nd grade. I'm glad I'm not in that school district anymore...
Now that is funny!!! Such a boy...you do have your hands full this year! :)
I needed a good laugh, boys just do what they want, when they want, I remember in catholic school I had to go so bad, I nerly peed my pants, I ran into the boys bathroom by mistake and got a toilet let it go and I got reprimanded & I told my Dad, I did not go to that school much longer, my Dad did not think they should have said anything..I have 5 brothers, they were kind of wild but no more than any in the neighborhood, my Dad was a strict daddy, after my mom passed he let the 5 go nuts,until my Grandmother came up and took them to tow, they behaved because even though she was only about 5 feet tall, she had a cane and would use it on any of them without blinking an eye, they were perfect gentlemen!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
ah! He probably did it on a dare!!
Haha love your stories. I bet you never had a kindergartener where eye liner to class :)
I have a girl. Stories like this make me happy I have a girl (pending teen years notwithstanding). However, her best friend's name is Max, and someday he might write her name in the snow. Maybe your Max is practicing to impress some little girl some day.
Years ago, when my youngest was in Kinder, I got a call from my sweet neighbor asking me if I knew my son was on top of the mini van -- peeing off into the driveway. My only regret is that I couldn't get there fast enough with a camera . . .
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