Nobody said that being a parent was easy. Why? Because they'd be caught in their lie immediately. Kids say the darndest things. They also do the darndest things. Then they give their parents minor heart attacks. And it happens on a daily basis. Welcome to parenting.
"My child did not create an accurate portrayal of me! I'm nothing like this! I do not have green skin!"
That moment when you send your son to school wearing an ugly Christmas sweater. That other moment when you pick your son up from school and the teacher points out what's actually on the ugly Christmas sweater. That other, other moment when you DGAF and just post it online.
We hope that everyone involved washed their hands after this. We hope the kids washed their hands. We hope the parent washed their hands. And we sure as hell hope that the person texting washed their hands. There's no playing it safe when it comes to rodents.
Which do you think is grosser? The fact that the phone is in the toilet or that the kid is so happy about putting his hands in toilet water? After the deed is done, you're not going to want to touch that phone or those hands ever again.
At least his mess is organized, and you can't say that about a lot of messes. It takes a lot of talent to keep your mess color coordinated and folded neatly. That kids' going to have a great future as a Gap store manager.
This mom is all of us, even those of us who don't have kids. What? Like you haven't gone to Starbucks with your underwear stuck to your back every now and then? Don't judge, because we've all done it. It's just part of the human condition.