That’s what my six year old said to me the other day as I was cleaning all of the water off the floor around the jacuzzi tub in our master bathroom. I guess it’s really insanity on my part to continue down a common path expecting different results. Every time I say, “No splashing all over the place!” Really, Cindy? He’s six. He’s a boy. It’s a big bath tub that he slides in from the top of the far end pretending that he’s on a water slide. As if. He does frustrate me sometimes. Don’t all children frustrate their mothers or am I the first? (Wait, don’t answer that.) But as much as he frustrates me, he blesses me even more. Like when he wraps up the cord on the vacuum cleaner for me when I didn’t even ask. Or when he willingly gets up from his “comfy” spot to get something for his dad. Or when he brushes his teeth immediately after I ask displaying first-time obedience. Guess I need to focus on the good. Not ignoring the bad, but paying closer attention to the good he does instead. Because he’s trying. Any of you parents out there struggle with this? I’m the only one? Noted.