Due to His Obesity, Casey Must Bathe Outside in a Trough | Family By the Ton

December 3, 2019 0 By Ewald Bahringer


♪♪ -OKAY. IT’S READY.
-YOU READY? YEAH. I’LL JUST WAIT UNTIL YOU
GET BACK OUT OF THERE. [ HUMMING ] ♪♪ SO, I BATHE OUTSIDE IN THIS
TROUGH CURRENTLY BECAUSE I CANNOT PHYSICALLY
BATHE IN A SIT-DOWN BATHTUB OR A STAND-UP SHOWER AREA. OH.
THIS IS SLIPPERY. OH. OH. BECAUSE I’M A BIGGER GUY WITH,
LIKE, FOLDS AND FLAPS, I HAVE TO MOVE AROUND, LIKE,
ALMOST LIKE A PIG IN A WAY AND WALLOW AND ROLL OVER TO GET,
LIKE, THE BACK OF MY LEG. I HAVE TO LIFT UP LITERAL,
LIKE, PIECES OF SKIN. IT’S JUST A SUPER
DIFFICULT PROCESS. THERE’S TWO TIMES I’VE BEEN
KIND OF STUCK IN THE SHOWER, AND I COULDN’T GET UP. I SAT IN THERE FOR, LIKE,
NINE HOURS — JUST COULDN’T GET UP. AND I CAN’T ASK
MY DAD TO GET ME UP. AND WE WERE LIKE — I WAS LIKE, “DAD, I’M AFRAID TO
GET BACK IN THERE AGAIN.” HE’S LIKE, “WELL, I GOT
THIS THING I CAN BUY.” Danny: IT GETS OLD.
IT GETS OLD. AND I GET TIRED OF IT. AND HE SHOULD BE MORE ACTIVE,
BUT HE’S NOT. HE’S — HE — HE’S JUST THERE. HE’S JUST THERE. AND I WAIT ON HIM HAND AND FOOT,
AND I SHOULDN’T DO IT, BUT I DO. -WHEW.
-I LOVE HIM TO DEATH. HE’S MY SON, AND I FEEL
OBLIGATED TO WAIT ON HIM. I SHOULDN’T FEEL THAT WAY. I WISHED I DIDN’T. I SHOULDN’T, BUT I DO. [ GRUNTING ] Casey:
ME AND MY DAD’S RELATIONSHIP, IT’S KIND OF TOUCH-AND-GO. LIKE, SOMETIMES WE’LL HAVE
GREAT MOMENTS TOGETHER AND THEN HE’LL — RECENTLY,
IN THESE PAST, LIKE, YEARS — THERE’S A LOT OF, LIKE,
NEGATIVITY AND ANGER AND FRUSTRATION. BUT NOW I’M AT A SIZE TO WHERE
I NEED HIM TO HELP ME DO THINGS THAT JUST NO PARENT
WANTS TO BE DOING WHEN YOU’RE IN YOUR,
YOU KNOW, 30s, OR WHATEVER. JUST POUR IT ON MY HEAD. -ON YOUR HEAD?
-YEAH. ALL RIGHT. CHECK IT OUT
AND MAKE SURE. YEAH, JUST POUR IT
ON MY HEAD, SLOWLY. AND MY BACK. YEAH. I NEED HIS HELP A LITTLE BIT
TO CLEAN MYSELF. YOU KNOW, WIPING, JUST, MY ASS ‘CAUSE, I MEAN, I CAN’T
REACH EVERYTHING ON MY BACK, AND I CAN’T REACH
EVERYTHING BELOW ME, SO, YOU KNOW, IT’S WHATEVER.