Having two three-year-olds is kind of like living with capuchins; or at least I assume it is. There is a lot of noise, constant chatter, leaping off furniture, shrill shrieking, banana peels all over the place, and once in a while a little poop flinging.
But between the hugs and the tantrums, the cuddles and the meltdowns, these littles have taught me a thing or two.
1. No matter how “unbreakable” the claims on the toy or dishware are, everything is breakable. And they can prove it.
2. “Child-proof” just means it might take them a little longer to figure it out. It should instead say, “child-puzzle.” Slap on a label that says it “encourages hand-eye coordination, motor dexterity and reinforces visual-recognition skills” and you’ll have the latest best seller. …