|Mummy where are your chocolate eggs?|
That moment when your child tells you 'I'm just going to get something to eat', but you don't really pay that much attention because - hello - she doesn't eat orally.
And then you find her.
In the pantry.
With your secret Easter egg stash.
Surely getting the wrapper off a little easter egg and getting most of the chocolate into your mouth counts as some sort of a developmental milestone?
Or maybe it's just her genetic destiny?
That moment when your child is not happy with you because you won't push them on the swing. You leave them outside having their tanty and you hear the following...
Ouch she says,
(followed by the sound of smacking as she smacks herself or the ground)
Stop it she says.
Don't do that!
What is this? An orchestrated effort to get the neighbours to call DOCS because I won't push her on the swing?
What a little terror!
Please tell me I'm not alone in these moments!
|It's funny - she likes the taste of the chocolate|
but not so much the feel of it in her mouth.