it's our duty as parents to make sure our kids have a few entertaining stories to tell their therapists.
when dd was born, ds was almost 3 and he wanted to know how the milk came out of the boob. he'd seen baby bottles with a big hole, but he didn't see a hole in the boob's nipple. i told him there were actually several holes in each one, very tiny. he didn't believe me, and so i was going to squeeze out a few drops to show him.
instead, i squirted a stream that hit him between the eyes! he screamed like he'd been burned... and then spent the rest of the day glowering at me from across the room. i felt horrible (and even worse about laughing).
any other confessions?