1. "When I was 4 I collected dead flies and kept them in a little trinket box when I wasn't playing with them. To make it worse, I named all of the insect corpses after my brother."
2. "When I asked my 4-year-old nephew what he wanted for lunch, he said, 'People.' I said that people weren't food and he threw a fit."
3."As a kid I hid in a loft thing in my bedroom closet for two hours — and stayed hidden even when my parents opened the door 30 times..."
"They thought I was kidnapped and called the police. I told the police I thought we were playing 'hide and seek' even though I never asked, just hid."
4. "When my son was 4 years old, he took everything out of my purse, filled it with dog food, then put everything back on top of the dog food..."
"I didn't notice until I was going for my wallet in a checkout line. I received so many disgusted looks from the cashier and people in line as I dug through a bag full of dog food like a crazy person. When I asked my son why he did that, he said, 'In case I got hungry.'"
5. "My daughter was 2 when I found her in the bathroom covered head-to-toe in Vaseline. Trying to pick her up was like trying to grab a water weenie. It took days to get it all off of her."
6."I once found my 3-year-old trying to stuff our cat into the fridge."
fly 英 [flaɪ] 美 [flaɪ] n. 飞行；苍蝇；两翼昆虫
trinket 英 ['trɪŋkɪt] 美 ['trɪŋkɪt] n. 小装饰品；不值钱的小玩意
corpse 英 [kɔːps] 美 [kɔrps] n. 尸体
nephew 英 ['nefjuː; 'nevjuː] 美 ['nɛfju] n. 侄子；外甥
throw a fit 大发脾气；大为烦恼
loft 英 [lɒft] 美 [lɔft] n. 阁楼；顶楼；鸽房
hide and seek 捉迷藏
on top of 另外；熟练掌握；在…之上；紧接着
checkout 英 ['tʃekaʊt] 美 ['tʃɛkaʊt] n. 检验；签出；结账台；检出
vaseline ['væsl,in] n. 凡士林，[油气] 矿脂