It's dinner time. You and your 2 1/2 year old are happily feasting on grilled cheese sandwiches with fresh green beans.
The 2 year old tells you, "Mommy, I'm full." To which you reply, "Ok, please finish your milk." She finishes her milk and then plays around with her fork. Just to be clear, you ask again, "Are you sure you are all done with your dinner?" Her reply, "Yes, I'm done."
Being the fan of food that you are and thoroughly enjoying the harvest of fresh green beans you have been receiving from the local Farm, you begin finishing the small pile of beans left on the plate.
Your child, realizing that she is missing out on the last few scrumptious bites of beans, begins screeching in an inaudible type of jargon and draws her fork back as a weapon. You then utter the words you never thought you would say in your days as a parent, "Use your words and don't stab me with that fork."
After laughing until you cry twice (one time right after the incident and then again as you relive it on the phone with your husband), you realize that God has blessed you with blogging for this exact situation. To give others a laugh, and hopefully share your wisdom with them....never take food from a small child with a fork....it may be the last thing you do!
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