I hate buying embarrassing things at the grocery store.
Like today. When I had taken Logan to the doctor for his check up I pointed out a spot in his armpit where the skin seemed irritated. After examining it the doctor proclaimed it as a fungus and told me to get some lamisil from the store.
I know, my baby isn't quite perfect. I was shocked too.
So I went to the store to get it today. I was already feeling a little uncomfortable buying anti-fungal cream in the first place and that was only magnified when I realized they put the cream right where everyone was standing in line for prescriptions.
Oops, pardon me coming through, coming through...
Then I start looking through the boxes and of course they loudly proclaim ANTI-FUNGAL, ATHLETE'S FOOT CREME, and the best CURES JOCK ITCH. So I'm trying so hard to discreetly choose a box but of course I have Logan with me attracting attention no matter what I do and people insist on talking to us while I have a jock itch cream in my hand.
I finally grab it and walk away but then of course I have to look for other things to buy so I can hide it among other purchases. And you know for once, I can't think of anything else we need. So I just bought it.
This leads me to believe I need to open a store called "It's Not for Me" with all sorts of embarrassing personal items (enemas, adult diapers, hemorrhoid cream, and other things that you and I will never need) that can be purchased with no judgement. There will be an optional paper bag at the door that you can put on your head but remember, it's not for you so it's ok.
Am I just too immature to buy this stuff or does this happen to anyone else?