Saturday, March 14, 2009

Now a DWM, but a clean diaper

Pin It Now! I told you there would be a picture of my now DWM (dirty washing machine). Relax people. It was not a poop diaper. It was only the guts of the diaper (looked kind of like icy snow) and pee that were used to wash my clothes. Everything is under control here.



Now that I have made you all feel better about yourselves time and time again, how about throwing me a bone? Come forth ye who have also washed a disposable diaper in the washing machine. I know you are out there. Fess up. Boost my self esteem. This has really crushed me. Seriously. But not really. Pin It Now!

6 comments:

Amy said...

that's gross. Haven't done that one. But I did once forget about a pail of dirty cloth diapers. For like 2 months. They were turning different shades of greens blacks and reds and growing fur by the time I dealt with them. Why didn't I just throw them away? Because some of them were the fancy bumGenius! $20 diapers. I had to rescue them. It was DISGUSTING. And they weren't just pee.

Jenn said...

Totally done it. More than once. Most recently, I think it was a brand new diaper that Tori had stuffed in the hamper. Bless her heart. That one didn't explode into a million tiny pieces of the little absorbent gels beads(To which I said an immediate prayer of thanks). But I'm sure you can tell from my description that I HAVE cleaned that mess up on other occasions.:)

Becky said...

I've totally done that. Fortunately it didn't break up in the wash. It just weighed about 15 pounds.

Terpstra East said...

I've managed that one several times, but with pullups. My son slips off everything at once and throws it in the wash, and I am quite obviously a horrible "pocket checker" or "diaper puller-outter". The worst is when you start pulling the clean clothes out of the washer and a flurry of absorbency crystals hit you, the floor, washer... anything within a 10 foot radius. And they're impossible to clean up. The vacuum cleaner is your only hope. I have vacuumed out my washer many times. So don't feel bad, it happens more than you think!

mannfamily said...

done it. the gel beads that got all over everything were much appreciated by jeremy.

Casey said...

Does a panty liner count?