Naturally we had to wait for him a bit. One of those time we were on a fairly busy street on our way home. Roger, Josh, and Rory rode up to the stop light and got off their bikes to wait. I left Simeon behind a little bit and met up with the rest of them since the sidewalk was separated from the road with grass and trees. After I caught up I turned around to look at Simeon. There he was, off his bike peeing on a tree near the street with cars and bikers passing him. He walked away from the tree with his pants still at his ankles and fell over in the grass. We were too far to help but close enough to die laughing. If only that were the first time he has bared all in public to relieve himself. He never even gives me warning. He just whips it out.
On a similar note, last Sunday Roger took him to the bathroom during Sacrament meeting (yes- we took him before). Our building has 2 chapels and the side of the building we were sitting on we have to walk down a long hallway to get to the bathroom which is next to the other chapel with a meeting the same time as ours. They were gone for a long time and I had to leave for a Stake meeting (yes- I had to leave Sacrament meeting for a Stake meeting- kinda weird).
Finally Simeon came in without Roger. I asked where Papa was and he said "I dunno- he's lost". I left the kids with someone sitting on our row and told people in the foyer to let Roger know where Simeon was. I walked down the long hallway for my meeting and someone asked me if I found Simeon. I guess other people were looking for him too. He had left Roger at the water fountain, walked into the wrong chapel, walked past "our pew" on the other side of the room, not seeing us he walked to front, walked out the door in the front of the chapel, walked down the long hallway on the other side of the building walked across our chapel and sat down with me. Poor Roger kept looking for him in the other chapel until I let him know. I can hear my sister already! "You left his side- what if he ran into the street!" Well, I believe he would not run into the street because he is afraid of cars. He is just not afraid of baring all. "Didn't you guys learn from my son when he was 3 and you took your eyes off of him for second and you lost him at Provo Towne Center wearing a batman costume!" Yea well, its not the first time we have lost a kid who we thought was right next to us. Chances are, its not the last. Good Fun!