Most of my contributions to this thread are bodily fluid related, and today is no exception. 2.5yo DD is currently potty training, and she's also a little bit brilliant. She gets hugs, cheers and high fives for every successful attempt. If she manages to stay dry until naptime, or between nap and bed time, she gets a sticker as well. She LOVES stickers.
So, what is a brilliant, sticker obsessed child to do when she has an accident right before nap time? Well, those big machines Mommy puts dirty clothes into are in the hall closet right outside her bedroom. Why wouldn't a brilliant, sticker obsessed child simply throw her dirty clothes into that big machine and change into clean clothes? Mommy has been conditioned to accept that said brilliant child will change her clothing approximately 75,000 times per day. So that won't raise any suspicion. It's a perfect plan.
The problem is our washer is a top loader. The front loader, that DD can open, is actually the clothes dryer. DD also managed to turn the dryer on.
The bigger problem is that the dryer was full of otherwise clean clothes and DD has a history of playing with the dryer. So I heard it running and came to take the clothes out to fold them. I reached in to grab a whole armload of what I thought were clean clothes, and instead ended up with an handful of nastiness. Warm nastiness. Fragrant, aromatic nastiness.
The biggest problem is that I try to grab the whole load of laundry in one big arm load to avoid making 2 trips to empty the dryer. So by the time my brain made the necessary connections I was hugging a urine soaked dress to my upper chest/neck region.