A mother in Georgia is facing a disorderly conduct charge after allowing her 3-year-old son to urinate in a public parking lot. Brooke Johns from Beech Island, S. According to the outlet, Johns, who is pregnant with her third child due next month, was in the car with her son when he started to complain about having to pee.
Cohen is about to be a big brother. His sister is due next month, and his mother, Brooke Johns, has been told to take it easy. Last week, Brooke was driving down Sandbar Ferry Road when the little voice in the backseat said he had a big problem.
Anyone with a toddler at home knows that potty training can be a real beast. Add in the fact that toddlers are unruly little buggers, often prone to unpredictable and sometimes embarrassing behavior, and But nothing prepared her for the recent potty-training emergency she had with her 3-year-old son, Cohen, which wound up getting her slapped with a citation for "disorderly conduct.
She was driving with her toddler, Cohen, when he started complaining about needing to use the bathroom. I've got to pee! I've GOT to pee! When they pulled over to a nearby gas station, Johns said she could tell Cohen wouldn't be able to make it to the restroom, and, due to her condition, it wasn't recommended that she carry him, she said.
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A Georgia mom found herself in a situation that's familiar to many parents when her toddler had a potty training emergency at a gas station. But in this case the accident resulted in a ticket and a stern talking-to from a police officer. Brooke Johns, from Richmond County, GA, was driving with her 3-year-old son Cohen when the little boy suddenly announced he had to go to the bathroom.
Everyone knows toilet training is a process, especially when one is just starting out. A pregnant mom found out the hard way that some people are in fact not clued into the inevitable potential for accidents during toilet training. Driving in Augusta, Georgia, last week, eight-months-pregnant Brooke Johns heard a peep from the backseat.
Brooke Johns' 3-year-old son Cohen couldn't make it to the gas station toilet in time. A pregnant mom is facing 60 days in jail after she was issued a citation for letting her 3-year-old son urinate in the parking lot of a Georgia gas station, according to CBS affiliate WRDW. Brooke Johns was driving through Augusta, Georgia, on March 29 when her toddler son Cohen blurted out that he had to relieve himself sooner rather than later, Johns the news station. Johns said she quickly pulled over into a gas station parking lot, but did not have time to get Cohen — who is around the age when the potty-training process continues — to a toilet.
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Augusta, GA — A pregnant South Carolina mother has been cited for disorderly conduct for allowing her three-year-old son to urinate in a parking lot instead of taking him to a restroom. I've got to pee! I've GOT to pee! Brooke managed to pull into a gas station parking lot, but determined there was not enough time to get Cohen to the bathroom inside.