LMAO Sapphire_Chan! This might work, but I think that my 4 year old, as tiny as she is, would be more suited to it. My son has a thing with getting dirty or being around things he thinks are dirty. If it squishes, it must be bad :LOL My daughter, on the other hand, has caught live flies (at one year, and she's started trying to do this again) and has tried to eat them. She's a little
sometimes but that's ok, we just pull the nice little flies OUT of her mouth and let them fly on for the rest of their day. My son and daughter had a fight not too long ago because he was wiping off the table and Veronica had picked something off of the floor (let me explain, this wasn't something she dropped...er....or perhaps it was, but not recently...she was just walking along and OOO
THAT sure looks delicious! YUM!) and put it in her mouth. I had vinegar and warm water in a spray bottle for him to clean the table with so when he saw that he spritzed her face and said EWW and then stuck his finger (washcloth covered) into her mouth WITH the vinegar water on it and curled it around to "clean" out her mouth. She was yelling "EW EW EW EW" and pushed her brother backwards into a box. OY life is never dull.
Perhaps I can supervise Veronica making the patties and Joseph could clean up afterwards.
And my family wonders why I wake up at night and say things like "Don't eat the rabbit's fur" or "PLEASE don't leave lollipops (half eaten, might I add) folded in with the laundry." It is NOT nice to wake up and get dressed to have a friend tell you there is a lollipop dried to your back. *sigh* I could write a book, you know.
They are gonna have to fit me for my future straight jacket. I need room in the collar to breathe.