Kryssa keeps up with what I tell her. :)
Yesterday, she tried to sneak past me. When I asked her why she was sneaking, she slumped over and quietly said, "'cause I went potty and I don't want to wash my hands." Needless to say, I went on explaining the importance of hand washing when dealing with bodily fluids.
So, today, after I finished changing a baby's diaper, I noticed that she kept watching my every move. As I'm wiping down the changing table, she asks me, "MOM! . . . have you washed your hands!?? Remember, you're always supposed to wash your hands after dealing with potty stuff!..." As I finish up and head to wash my hands, she says, "Now are you going to wash your hands?? . . . Mom, you know what Life Rule number 16 should be? Always wash your hands after going potty or changing a dirty diaper"
So, take note people. The official "Life Rule #16", according to the 7 year old: Always wash your hands when dealing with potty stuff.