Monday, March 22, 2010

in·san·i·ty /ɪnˈsænɪti/ [in-san-i-tee] –noun,plural-ties.

1. the condition of being insane; a derangement of the mind. 
2. Law. such unsoundness of mind as affects legal responsibility or capacity. 
3. the act of dutifully applying hand sanitizer to one's child while said child is licking a window

5 comments:

Mary said...

"Insanity is hereditary, you get it from your children" seems particularly appropriate here for some reason. Guess she's busily strengthening her immune system, eh?

BTW, you're inspiring me. I may resurrect my blog.

auntninn said...

Thankfully I don't get all crazy about stuff like that. I figure the more dirt she eats and bugs she plays with, the stronger her immune system when she's older.

We do try to clean-up a little after seriously germy Kindermusik, though.

Kitschy Coo said...

I'm also firmly in the camp of 'germs are good'. That's my excuse anyway.

Sister said...

I find that giving my kids Windex and a paper towel is much more productive, but your method is more "green."

auntninn said...

Too funny! But this was a window at Kindermusik, so I wasn't really that motivated to have her clean it by any method. :)