CHILD: Mommy, I have to go potty. RIGHT NOW.
MOTHER: Okay, I'll help you if you need help with your clothes.
CHILD runs to bathroom, then stops abruptly, eyes bathroom sink.
CHILD: Wait! I need to wash some dishes!
CHILD runs back to living room to retrieve empty cup from coffee table.
MOTHER: But, wait! I thought you said you had to pee! Like, right now!
CHILD: I do have to pee! But I like washing dishes.
MOTHER: Well, why don't you use the bathroom first, and then wash your hands, and THEN wash your cup?
CHILD: Oh, okay.
CHILD uses bathroom, climbs stepstool to bathroom sink, washes hands, begins washing cup.
MOTHER (Slyly): You know, when you're just a little bit bigger, you can wash dishes all you want in the big sink in the kitchen.
CHILD: Oh, really? Thank you Mommy!
CHILD steps down from stepstool, gives throws arms around startled MOTHER.
CHILD: I can't wait to be big as you.
Note: Featured three-year-old not available for marriage until 2026.