One woman's stories, adventures, observations and rants, lived through and beyond metastatic breast cancer.
I wonder if it matters what type of floor you drop the food on - say, scraggly-looking shag carpet versus hardwood floors ... what do you have in your house, Laurie? :)Shawn
I think it's good for kids to eat some dirt! My sister kept the niece pure from all dirt until she started going to pre-school in the mornings, and now she catches EVERYTHING.Seriously.EVERYTHING!
If it's dropped in actual dirt or poo or in a restroom then it's a problem. On my hardwood floor or my non-shaggy carpet; I tend to apply the 5 second rule.LL
The tests were done on dirty cafeteria floors. They can't have been that much cleaner than the surfaces off which my kids' candies have bounced.And Shawn? No shag carpets in my house. ;-)
Thanks for that story. I had to teach Leigh-Ann the five second rule, and I don't think she ever believed me. Now, there's proof! I feel vindicated.
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