dragon breath

I ate garlic jalapeno tilapia yesterday and had the taste of garlic in my mouth all day. I'm sure my breath matched the taste. It reminded me of the time that I was niece-sitting for Annie. (during the false alarm when we thought Aidan was about to be born.) Annie is learning to be a great reader, and was reading me a book before bed. There were certain words that she needed help with, so every once in awhile I would jump in.
At one point, her tiny little finger stopped short on the page and she looked up at me and said - "WHAT is that smell? Did you brush your teeth?" Indeed, I had not brushed my teeth yet and had enjoyed a few glasses of red wine, so I'm sure that I was in need of some minty fresh fluoride. Laughing, I went and brushed me teeth so that we could continue to read.

Kids. Gotta love 'em.


Amy said...

LOL! Don't fret. Adam once told me, first thing in the morning, that my "'bref' smells like Rosie's and her 'bref' smells bad."

sarahsmile3 said...

Cute pic....even if you got the stank breath.

Jessica said...

Hahaha! She doesn't mince words, does she?

It's especially convenient in line at the store behind an old person, large person, or person with a disability. :)

Melanie said...

hahaha! I love that girl!