You might think this is the face of innocence. Well, you'd be wrong. We are currently attempting (very unenthusiastically) to potty train Miss Grace. The other morning Alex brilliantly placed her on the potty chair first thing since she woke up dry. She then proceeded to make her #1 deposit for the first time to our great delight. She was then rewarded with a sucker. She repeated this trick a couple days later (Genius, our child, I'm telling you). So this morning. . .
G: Wakes up and yells Mom! to let me know she is up.
Me: Good Morning, Grace.
Me: Noticing her diaper is already wet.
Me: Are you hungry?
G: Peepee sucker?
Me: Do you need to go potty?
G: Yeah, sucker.
Me: No, you need to eat breakfast honey.
G: Potty chair. Sucker.
Me: Wondering, "Who am I to prevent her using that chair if she so desires?" So I undress her and put her on potty chair. I get her a sucker, trusting her assurances that she will go potty for a sucker. I give her the sucker and patiently wait.
G: Potty. Sucker. Hands me her stick, now devoid of candy.
Me: Checking. No dice. No #1. No sucker. Actually, there was still a sucker in the room. It was just ME!