Step 3: He only needs a half a pill (not a full one) .. this involves a knife, but since I did a couple of pills yesterday, I didn't need to do that today ... on day 2 of his thyroid meds ... so I just got an already cut 1/2 pill out of the bottle, and put the rest back of course.
Step 4: Then you crush the pills (I use two spoons) but I forgot to take a picture of that step - oops! So pretend it magically happened!
Step 7: Locate 2 yr old toddler who is in his spot where he doesn't move from in the morning until he is darn good and ready - he's hard to find ya know ... what he is saying in this picture is WOMAN - GET OUT OF THE WAY - MY BLUES CLUES IS ON!
Step 8: Shove unsuspecting finger in said toddler's mouth... (notice his Picasso all over the walls! Yeah! We're not even going to BOTHER with it until he stops, then we are going to repaint the walls) He is mildly distracted by my unbrushed hair, and slightly scared ... yeah - see I told you it was a key part.
Step 9: Wait for acceptance or spitting (which may or may not be followed up by vomit) ... YAY!! Acceptance... he's still thinking WOMAN GET OUT OF THE WAY MY BLUES CLUES IS ON!
Step 10: Letting him tell Daddy all about how Mommy with her scary hair shoved her finger in my mouth with something on it while I was innocently watching Blues Clues and minding my own business, she wouldn't give me my milk, and did I mention she had scary hair? Daddy just hold me.... while Daddy falls back to sleep.
If anyone has any other ideas, I'd be interested in hearing them! Just incase we need to change it up a bit, which I'm sure we'll have to - at some point!