After brushing teeth together this morning, my toddler put the hand towel in the sink and got it thoroughly wet.
“Hey! Don’t do that!” I grabbed the towel and shut the water off.
“Kean sink, mommy, keen sink!” she protested, continuing to swab at the basin with the towel.
She usually brushes teeth at the same time as my older two. Guess she’s picking up on the “clean sink rule”…
“Always leave the bathroom cleaner than when you found it. Toothpaste sink slob is disgusting.”
One last toddler-speak: the kids sang “If You’re Happy and You Know It” during children’s story at church today…and when the song was over, toddler demanded (noisily), “Happy-nose-it song again!”
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We drove out to McD’s for a surprise snack with all of us in our PJ’s tonight. We called it a pajama run– you should have heard our kids trying to say “pajama run”. 🙂
I love it! We’ll have to do that some time…only for us it’d have to be a Dairy Queen run…no McD’s nearby…
Too cute. We really need to instill the clean sink rule, but the boys have their own bathroom and I rarely go in it. 🙂
My 4 year old drenches a towel a day when she takes it off the rod to dry her hands and it falls in the sink. I FINALLY figured out if I hang the towel on the cabinet below the sink it doesn’t get wet AND she can reach it easily.