What did I expect them to say?

Yesterday, I was going to write a post about how one of my children came to me with something that should never have had poop on it, and told me that I would need to clean said item because it did, in fact, have poop on it.

And I said (foolishly), “HOW DID THIS GET POOP ON IT!!!???”  And the child responded, “I don’t know.”

In my intended post, I would’ve asked you all, as I asked this child, “How can you get poop on something without knowing how it happened?”  I mean, even if the answer is, “I was rendered unconscious and I lost control of my bodily functions,” that’s still an answer.  Right?

As I thought it all through, though, I realized just exactly how foolish a question I had asked.  Is there any answer my child (notice how studiously I’ve avoided saying who it was?) could’ve given that would’ve made the whole situation more acceptable to me?

I couldn’t think of one.

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About Grape

I've got the world's best kids and husband. Great house, steady job. I'm living the American dream. The trick is to appreciate it. I'm working on that part.
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One Response to What did I expect them to say?

  1. I… can’t… see….
    laughing… too… hard… to… breathe….

    call… 9…. 1…. 1…………………………..

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