(what's for dinner? whatever you want, darlin')
There are some things you can experience one time and in all honesty, you don't care to experience them again, thank you very much.
Like for instance, going to the grocery store with a tired two year old in jeans, Dora t-shirt, red tutu and mismatched shoes, and discovering after the longest half an hour in the world that a simple can of peas and a loaf of bread will keep her amused, until you reach the checkout and realize that when you were looking the other way she beat the loaf of bread into oblivion with the can of peas and left a trail of crumbs throughout the store, and if you think she's gonna hand over the dented can and the shredded bread bag so the cashier can scan them, you are totally out of your mind.
Which you must be, since you took her to the grocery store in the first place.
But, on the other hand, there are some things you just can't have too many of ... like ...
~ Comfortable shoes
~ Book shelves
~ Sunny days
~ And sleepy hugs from the very same two year old when you lift her out of the car, where she fell asleep as soon as you left the grocery store parking lot, clutching "her" groceries as if she was a tiny little mismatched ballerina bag lady, heading home for a dinner of peas and bread crumbs.