It goes a little something like this:
Samuel is playing with Play-Doh responsibly.
He finishes playing with the Play-Doh and heads to the couch.
I begin to clean up the Play-Doh.
Samuel comes to me with very watery eyes.
His nose is running (only one nostril - this is important to note)
He says with distress, "momma, I need a tissue"!
While I am turned getting the tissue, he sneezes.
I think to myself, "hmmm...., that must be why his eyes were watering"
Wrong. I was wrong... wrong... wrong...
I turn to see a blob of orangeness poking out of my boys nose like a circus peanut.
Mom says: SAMUEL, WHAT IS THAT COMIN' OUT OF YOUR NOSE???
Samuel (sensing my anxiety) says: "Its jus-a-boodder, Momma."
Lesson #3375- Play-Doh does not hurt going in the nose, but it causes some discomfort coming out.
Lesson #3376- When you blow you nose several hours after inserting Play-Doh into it, you still may find a remnant.