- When the stay-at-home parent is really sick the work-outside-the-home parent should take great care to clean up after themselves. You know, in case the stay-at-home parent should fall asleep on the couch while the three-year-old is running loose around the house. (Not that this would ever happen, of course. Ahem.) The work-outside-the-home parent should pay special attention to putting the following items where they belong: salt, pepper, Kool-aid mix, and Ovaltine.
- Baby kisses and yucky colds do not mix very well. Especially when the baby in question likes to kiss on the mouth.
- When one sharpens a pencil, one should be very careful to put said pencil in a safe location. "Safe location" does not equal the couch. Of further note, a sharpened pencil can indeed go through thick sweat pants, underwear, every layer of skin, and quite a ways into the fat of one's booty.
- Transformer band-aids make kids think you are awesome. Having a Transformer band-aid on your toosh makes kids think you are hysterical.
How about you? Have you learned anything important lately?