On the walk to or from daycare my daughter and I often have conversations. I really had to laugh the other day. We have taught our daughter our first names in the case of an emergency, and she knows her surname. For some reason we were talking about her surname, and then she asked what mine was. Her father and I have been un-married for 12 years, so my surname is of course different. Then she asked what her Dad’s surname was. When I said it was the same as hers she was most offended. Her swift reply was, “he can get his own“. I laughed so hard on the inside and had to tell her Dad. There is an absolute logic to her thinking. Though I suspect it is primarily being five and wanting everything to be hers!
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We are conscientious in the purchase of goods, an example being buying refills instead of a whole new bottle. With a small child (ok and with messy adults!) spray on stain remover is bloody useful. Bought the refill the other day as getting towards low on the existing bottle. This morning it was time to do the swap over. Not being wasteful I tip the last little bit from the old bottle into the new bottle and then go to screw on the spray part of the bottle. They have changed the bloody size – it does not fit. I am not known as a swearer but I dropped the f-bomb (small child not in the house so no ears were harmed). So I then had to pour the entirely new bottle into the old bottle. I can tell you this is not the way to start a day. P*ssed off! Having vented I now feel much better.
…when your four and a half year old undoes the kid safety lock for you so you can get the laundry detergent out. Methinks it is time we took that lock off the laundry cupboard door!
I admire the pattern on the toilet paper!
Ok, some explanation required. We had one of those random had to take the little girl to emergency but it was not actually anything to be concerned about trips, however it started at about 3 am in the morning and had us home again at 6.30 am – exhausted!
However now I am curious as to whether embossing on toilet paper has any impact on use. I might wait until I am next so lacking in sleep that I find this truly interesting again!