Mommy never forget to ask Shenny whether she had done her "big business" (pass motion) after picking her up from her kindergarten. She will answer that she had done it in school. This had gone on for quite sometimes and mommy never doubt with her reply until last week. Mommy suddenly felt Shenny might have lied to mommy, how could she pass motion every day in school. Then, mommy decided to further interogate her.
Below were roughly one of our normal conversation almost every day:
Mommy: Did you poo-poo today?
Mommy:How many piece did you poo?
Mommy:Which teacher see you poo-poo?
Mommy:Ok, tomorrow mommy will check with teacher Selene.
(Shenny was a bit surprise when mommy told her this)
Shenny: Can you still remember tomorrow morning?
(Shenny knew mommy was a forgetful type, so she asked this to check.)
Mommy:Of course, I will remember. Are you sure Teacher Selene see you poo-poo?
Shenny (change her mind): No, I didn't poo-poo today.
(If Shenny really poo-poo in school, she will firm with her answer)
Nowadays, mommy knows how to question Shenny on any matter, by asking her "Who see it?", "When do you do it?" and "Why?". She sure finally gives up and tells mommy honestly.
While papa and mommy watched Nanny 911, Shenny played on her own and then papa caught sight Shenny walk on her knee. Papa quickly stopped her.
Papa:Shenny, don't walk on your knee while wearing your pajama.
(Shenny stopped and looked at papa.)
Papa:What happen if you mop the floor with cloth, where does dirt go?
Papa:Now, you walked on your knee while wearing your pajama, where does dirt go?
After saying that, she laughed and both papa and mama rolled our eyes.