After a morning drop off like that, I feel like I deserve some pie.
I had a doughnut.
A doughnut is round, and so is pie. I feel that this is close enough. If, however, you found yourself eating 3.14 doughnuts, this would be preferable.
If the doughnut had not been filled with custard, I would have sliced it up like a pizza, and it would have been doughnut pie.
I will drink 3.14 coffees to make up for it…
This seriously had me laughing. Love the chart! And yes, that book totally makes you want a cookie!
Confession time: I actually did not read her that book. I read her the “Please and Thank You” book, which was all about when to say “please” and not make demands. I felt like it was a good (short) lesson. I would have read her the underwear book, but I didn’t see it on the shelf.
But I do really want a cookie.
I was WONDERING why you chose that cookie book because it’s no way short. Then I thought, maybe she did some serious speed-reading; that could work.
LOL. I am not a fan of that series. It just makes my kids want junk food. Just like when someone is eating something on TV, and then it’s, “Mommy, why can’t *I* have ice cream? I want ice cream RIGHT NOW.”
Which is why the “please and thank you” book was a good read. 🙂
That whole washing hands thing is what we do with Son every single time he goes to the bathroom. I only wish it were fun.
What is so bad about washing your hands? I do not get it. I mean, it’s not FUN, but it takes 10 seconds (20 if you’re doing it right, apparently). Just. Do. It. /nike
Washing hands (and bathing, by extension) is not fun because it is basically an un-doing of the results of fun! Getting dirty is fun, so obviously BEING dirty is fun. Getting clean is not fun. Also, it is impossible to completely dry your hands after washing them. I hate that part. Also, I would like to say that I always wash my hands. I would like to say that. 😛
I think E sees more rationale in washing her hands after she is dirty than before. But it’s the Preschool Rule: when you enter the classroom, you have to wash your hands. Even if you JUST WASHED YOUR HANDS. Seriously, it’s the rule. So we follow it.
We’re trying to have a civilization here.
That’s a rule I haven’t encountered before… but well, one clean hand at a time I guess builds a civilization 🙂
Sometimes it does feel like an inordinate amount of hand washing. On the other hand, what’s the down side to washing your hands? Other than the accompanying tantrum, that is.
I can imagine! 🙂
It is better than over-sanitizing!! You might get pruney fingers, though.
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