Brushing the kids’ teeth is always a chore. The other morning, Gavin (5) said he had already brushed his teeth, so he didn’t need my help.
“You did?” I asked with a raised eyebrow.
“Yeah, I brushed, here, here, here and here,” he said as he touched his finger to his cheek to show me all the spots he hit. “I can’t do any more ‘cause there’s nothing left to brush.”
Hard to argue with that logic.