We had just made the last of many trips upstairs for the day and were getting ready for bed. Kate was brushing her teeth and told me she needed a cup of water to rinse with. I said "How 'bout I get you a bottle of water from Grandpa's stash?" No problem. She took a couple of sips, rinsed, spit and then left the bottle on the counter by the sink!
The next morning when she brushed her teeth, she faced the same dilemma. No cup. I pointed out to her, "Kate, here is the bottle you drank from last night."
She looked at the bottle, frowned, and said, "Nonnie, more water is missing from that bottle than I drank last night."
(She's right. Looks like Grandpa took a few swigs from
it in the middle of the night.)
Kate: "Nonnie, I can't drink that. Grandpa has the sniffles and I don't want to catch anything."
Soooooo, what are you gonna do with that comeback? Stifle your laughs and give the girl a fresh bottle of water.
And put her cup back in the bathroom.