When she made what she thought was the best available option, an officer gave her a citation for disorderly conduct. Back towards the end of March, Brooke Johns as driving on Sandbar Ferry Road when her 3-year-old son Cohen realized he had to pee and badly. The boy told his mom he was on the verge of peeing his pants, so Johns pulled into a gas station parking lot, but by then time had run out.
While most moms and dads would try to make a mad dash to the nearest john -- faster than Usain Bolt on a good day -- some parents clearly aren't bothered by location or lack of privacy when it comes to their child's tinkling. As a mother of 3- and almost 2-year-old boys -- who enjoy the piss-and-go life -- I must say the thought of letting one of my kids pee in a soda cup next to my table at a family restaurant in a busy food court has never crossed my mind. People have been taking to social media to express their opinions about this mom allowing her little boy to pee so openly at some kind of upscale food court in Russia, and, surprisingly, the conversation has been a mix of disdain and understanding -- which only proves to me there are apparently many gray areas in the land of parenting.
A Georgia mother is fighting a disorderly conduct citation issued after her 2-year-old son suffered a "potty emergency" in a gas station parking lot. Brooke Johns, now 37 weeks pregnant, stood before a Richmond County solicitor and a judge Thursday morning to contest the ticket. More Headlines Pregnant mom cited after her 3-year-old urinates in parking lot She pleaded not guilty, and her attorney asked for a bench trial because apparently there is body cam footage of the incident.
If you have a toddler at home you will know that potty training can be a difficult situation. Thankfully, she made it to a gas station parking lot in plenty time. Brooke explains she was driving with her son last week when he told her he had to go potty. Unfortunately for Brooke, it occurred in full view of a local deputy, who apparently has never dealt with a potty-training toddler before.
A mother accused staff at a Los Angeles school of forcing her third-grade son to urinate in a trashcan in front of his classmates and then wear a garbage bag to cover his wet clothes. The boy's family was speaking out Thursday at a news conference after the incident allegedly happened a week earlier. The boy's mother accused staff at Manhattan Elementary School at W.
Brooke Johns' toddler son alerted his mother he needed to use the restroom Wednesday. The two barely made it to a gas station before she realized he wasn't going to make it inside. Brooke was unable to carry the boy due to being just weeks from giving birth.
Sonia Mongol was joined by a former L. The boy was then given trash bags to cover his clothes, according to Mongol, who says she was not alerted that her son remained at school wearing them. She says her son is no being bullied by other students following the incident and that teachers have subsequently denied him use of the restroom.
People notice everything most especially when you are in a commercial establishment like a restaurant. Restaurant etiquette is something we should practice. Firs, because we are in front of food, second, because the things we use there are not ours, and third, because we are not the only ones in the place.
Are you sitting down for this? A woman in Richmond County, Georgia, was given a ticket for disorderly conduct because her three-year-old toddler had a potty training emergency in a gas station parking lot. Apparently, the county deputy that issued the ticket saw the situation as illegal, when tens of millions of parents across the country likely see it as a thing that has happened to absolutely everyone with kidsand a closely avoided pee accident.