That's totally true, Shannon - we just use the drops, so I tend to think of those first - I think most of the sublinguals get swallowed with our kiddos (DH finds the sublinguals compare well with the drops for effectiveness, but he holds them under his tongue until they dissolve).
OK, MIL rant. She's been playing these dumb dress-up games on the computer with DD, which we decided wasn't a battle worth fighting. Last night, I walk in on her showing DD how to use google, and how to type in URLs, and writing down a list of dress up games URLs for her.
So I calmly explained to DD that the internet was a big place, not all of it OK for 7 year olds. That just like always, she needed DH or I with her if she was going to use Google, and that she could only visit sites we set her up an icon for (we create desktop shortcuts to sites she can visit). MIL's looking all mutinous, so after DD goes to bed, I show her some of the contents of the sites she put on DD's list (from lady gaga & paris hilton stuff to a game called "how far will you let him go". yeah.) And then I showed her some of the fun sites you get to searching on "dress up games" (I took my adult filters off to make a point). Her response "she's hardly going to get in any real trouble, it's only the internet". So she's banned from giving DD internet lessons now, and all bitter.
I get that she's probably clueless about the internet, and the perils of letting a very computer savvy, curious, and naive kid loose on the Google without supervision. But I also know the reason she was teaching DD how to do this and how to get to the dress up sites is because her mama doesn't let her do anything fun and girlie (the modern equivalent of sneaking her candy, I guess). Sigh. 3 more days. DH is ready to make her walk home.