Khan: Potty Training
What were we doing?
Oh right, Khan's screaming.
Did I ever mention how irritating that is?
Coupled with the annoying crying, Khan also wakes up Kendel who sleeps in the same room as him.
Thankfully, I've made a small bedroom for Pierre right next to the crib.Say: Sound wave sensors overloaded. Initiating preventive procedures.
Since Khan is still a baby, there's no much we can do with him besides feed and change him.
And in this case, we're going to be feeding him.
...Or we would, but we don't have enough formula.
Oh well, there's more in the kitchen. This'll be a good chance for Pierre to start his daily activities.
His "daily activities" of course, being cleaning the household...
...All of the household...
...Every single grotesque bit of it.
Now that we're done with all the cleaning, time to give Khan the formula.
...Wait a second.
Was Khan always this big?
Well, regardless, that diaper is much too small for him now.
Let's get him a new set of clothes, since Pierre apparently is the clothier of the house now.
In the meantime, Gengis was offered to test out a new experimental drug meant to do...something.
What I do know is that the potential side effects range from sniffles to bleeding of the orifices.
All of the orifices. Including the pores.
All I can say is thank God it's not a suppository.
Anyways, we'll just need to wait and see the effects of this thing.
They said "do not operate heavy machinery" so we're just going to take the Gengis Mobile.
I think it's a fairly light machinery, so Gengis will be fine.
There we go, Khan's looking more comfortable.
His outfit is designed to be...vaguely reminiscent of Gengis's first outfit.
Very, very vaguely.
Woah, woah, woah.
Easy there, Khan.
Since Khan is a toddler now, he's going to be teething. Hopefully he won't be using Pierre as a chew toy.
We still haven't fed Khan, so let's go and do that now.
Thankfully, I have just the thing.
A high-chair! This will make feeding Khan much easier. He'll practically just be feeding himself now!
Yep. This high-chair will do all the work. We just need to wait.
...Any second now...
You know what, let's just speed up the process a bit.
Since we have this food processor, we can take any leftover food we have in the fridge...
Give it a whirl...
And viola! Some delicious goop we can feed to Khan.
See, I was right! Khan practically feeds himself now.
...Until he gets mad and knocks the food off of the chair.
Well, let's move on. Because you know what they say.
What goes in, must come out.
We're going to start off potty training Khan. For everybody's sake.
We just need to sit him on this potty chair a few times and he'll begin to understand and eventually start using it on his own.
While Pierre potty trains Khan, the Garrsons begin to return home.
Huh. That's interesting. Kendel seems capable of carrying on a conversation with adults fairly well.
What was she doing in that orphanage?
Oh, what do I care. It's nice to have somebody with social skills in the family for a change.
There we go, all done. We're well on the way to never having to change a dirty diaper again!
The bad news? The current alternative is even less sanitary.
See why I picked Pierre to do this?
Anyways, we'll just flush this down the toilet right here.
I guess Khan picks up on his father's side of the family.
Anyways, all the Garrsons head to bed. And only in the middle of the night...
Does Khan wake up and start screaming his guts out.
Maybe he's upset that we've put him in Kendel's baby clothes for his pajamas?
At this rate, Kendel's never going to get a good night's sleep.
Don't worry, Khan was just feeling lonely. A little cognitive development should entertain him.
Kendel, on the other hand, isn't amused.
Well...it's already 6:30 AM. Kendel won't be able to go back to sleep and be up on time for school.
Might as well wake up a bit and then start to get ready for school.
Maybe playing some "house" with Khan would help pass some time.
This'll help Kendel and Khan grow more close to each other.
And it's pretty cute watching them play with those little dolls.
"Hi, honey! I'm home from work! There weren't any fires today, so maybe my eyebrows will start to grow back now!
"Hi, dear. I was just repairing Pierre and improving the laundry machines. Soon I'll be able to install a polymer injection system. All our clothes will start smelling like a summer breeze!
"All you did today was play with the washing machine!? What about food for your family? What about getting money for the bills?
"But honey, we haven't payed the bills in over two years!
"My point exactly. I've had enough of today! Into the maws of the beast with you!
"Oh, no! Please, don't!
Oh, the humanity!
...Actually, to be brutally honest, it's not too much of a stretch of an average day in the Garrson household.
Anyways, one more potty training session, and...
Tah-dah! Khan is potty trained!
No more dirty diapers! Less crying! Better hygiene!
Maybe when Khan's older, somebody will teach him that he needs to pull his pants down first.
Next up, teaching Khan how to walk!
And if anybody can teach Khan how to lug around awkwardly, it's Gengis!
And we'll get right on that right as Gengis gets back from work.
Oh, did I mention? He's a resident doctor at the hospital now.
If you have any suggestions on how the Garrson family should spend tomorrow, additions or changes in their clothing or house, or anything else just post them in this thread.