We were at my sister-in-law’s house. Dinner was over, the dishes were done and the adults were watching TV. My kids were upstairs getting ready for bed.
Lisa, my sister-in-law, went to the kitchen for a glass of wine.
Lisa: Nicole?! Come here, please.
I went to the kitchen. There were Grady and Annie Bea. Not getting ready for bed. Grady was holding a bottle of ketchup. Annie Bea had a stick of butter.
Lisa: They said they’re playing “Eat It or Wear It.” And that you let them play this all the time at home.
No, I don’t let them play “Eat It or Wear It” all the time at home. I’ve never even heard of this game but I think it’s pretty self-explanatory.
Hasbro, if you’re reading this, my kids are available for hire. They have lots of great ideas.