Every day, though, my daughter calls me out. "You let him play on my DSI, Mom. Don't let him do that anymore."
"Yes, I'm sorry, he did find it. Maybe you should hide it better," I always say back.
"Don't let him play it anymore."
"I will try not to let him play it."
But sure enough the next day, he finds it again, and I tell him again, "Put it right back, exactly where you found it, as soon as you're done." (I know, I'm so bad.)
Just when I'm starting to think my daughter has some sort of sixth sense or special connection with her DSI, she tells my husband one day, "Dad, I know he stole it. He always takes tons of pictures of himself with it." She proceeds to scroll through several silly-faced pictures of my son, his tongue sticking out and his innocent expression showing him unaware that he is providing proof of his criminal act. It made me laugh so hard to see that little face, like a virtual finger print, all over her screen.
Now, can I relate this story to writing somehow? Hmm......nope. Besides that might be too helpful.
Have any funny kid stories to share? Kids make me laugh.