RICHMOND COUNTY, GA (WRDW/WAGT) -- Potty training can be a stressful time for any parent, but what happened to a Beech Island woman with her 3-year-old son is next level stress.
So, let’s talk about little Cohen Johns. 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.
“And he’s heavy,” Brooke said of Cohen.
Last week, Brooke was driving down Sandbar Ferry Road when the little voice in the backseat said he had a big problem.
“He's like, 'Mom, I've got to pee. I've got to pee!' I was like, 'Well, hold on,' and he's like, 'No! I've GOT to pee! I've got to REALLY pee.' And I'm like, 'Baby, there's nowhere for me to go, and he says, 'Momma, I'm about to pee in my pants!" Brooke said.
Brooke said they barely made it to a gas station parking lot before she realized they wouldn’t be able to make it inside.
“I can’t pick him up,” Brooke said. “You know, I’m not supposed to lift him.”