On a scale of 1 to 10, how bad it is to let your kid think the Elvis Channel on your Sirius radio is the kiddie channel? I changed the radio station at my three year old's request and Hunk of Burning Love was playing and, seriously, isn't that more fun for all of us than some stupid Wiggles song anyway? So I kinda sorta stopped the dial and kinda sorta let her think that was the kiddie channel.
Ok. Fine. So I didn't just let her think that. I actually answered "yes" when she asked if it was the kiddie channel. I know. Not great. But, see, she was already clapping and laughing. So she liked the song. And if I had told her it wasn't the kiddie channel, well, let's not even lie to ourselves that she would have agreed to like it even one more second. Because she asked for the kiddie channel. And if it's not what she asked for it is by definition less than acceptable. And it was early. And who needs the sky to fall right there in the car first thing in the morning. And, honestly, I was pretty tired yesterday. So my judgment was impaired by fatigue. So it's not really my fault. Because I'm a good person. And this was an isolated incident. And it won't happen again. Or at least not right away. And, Santa's a much bigger scam anyway. So there.