Hypothetically speaking, if your two-year-old had climbed out of his crib three times, would you be a bad parent if you just pretended it wasn’t happening because you’re not ready for the Big Boy Bed transition?
Again, completely hypothetical, but if your almost 6-month-old had a dairy intolerance and you hadn’t eaten said nectar from the heavens but maybe once or twice in almost 6 months, but the devil called your name in the form of a Colossal Ice Cream Cookie (with caramel drizzle), would you answer?
I’m sure this has never happened in real life, but if in a hypothetical world you had been up since 4:30am and it was the third consecutive rainy day, would you put your infant in front of the TV for 20 minutes of peace and nothingness?
If, in a hypothetical situation, you had to go shopping for your first “real” bathing suit after birthing two children in less than two years, would you take a flask of vodka or whiskey?
Would it be considered filthy and outrageous if a hypothetical baby spit up on you in the middle of the night, and rather than changing the sheets, you just laid a burp cloth over the hypothetical wet spot and went back to sleep?
When you hire a babysitter for the first time, is it weird to feel nervous that your kid will be a complete nightmare the whole time you’re gone? Hypothetically speaking, of course.
While out in public, if your child were to hypothetically drop his snack on the germ-infested floor, would you look around to see if anyone saw before handing it back to him?
Please, feel free to weigh in on any or all of these COMPLETELY HYPOTHETICAL* scenarios.