I had to talk to him once again about how Mommy's scissors aren't toys and can hurt him really badly. I had put them in one of our top cabinets, but he pushed a chair into the kitchen so he could climb up and get them! He pays attention to everything. Looks like I'm going to have to find a new hiding place for the scissors now.
After breakfast, I let him eat a piece of the candy. This was his part of his Easter present from my boss, some Godiva chocolates. He opened it up, looked at it, and then asked, "Mommy, what's on it?" I looked at it and said, "It looks like a girl riding a horse." I did a double take and said, "Wait... Is she naked?!" I've had Godiva chocolate before, but only in Valentine boxes and I've never seen their girl symbol before! (I usually just stick to Lindt truffles because they are my absolute favorite.) Unfortunately, Aiden kept saying, "A naked girl riding a horse!" over and over while giggling. I was so worried that when I picked him up from preschool, his teacher would ask me about it, but luckily he got over it by then!