Anyhow- I tell you that so that I can tell you this:
Little Girl got out of bed to use the toilet-totally acceptable! She finished and I told her to pull up her pants.
"They aren't pants- they are leggings!" I stood corrected.
"Shall we wash your hands now?"
"No- you wiped for me, wash your hands."
Also true. How can one argue with that logic?
This reminds me of another boy's potty habits at that age. I will digress and tell you about it :
When Big Boy was in pre-school he had a funny habit of getting rid of the extra drops after urinating, by slapping his tummy and swaying from side to side using gravity's forces to do the job for him. This was ingenious and efficient since it also saved him the trouble of having to wash his hands. He did his business entirely hands-free. Never lifted the seat and the peeing part required some forward leaning. I am guessing you get the picture here. His experienced pre-school teacher couldn't argue with him there. Bless her heart, Ki Ki thought it was adorable. That kid thinks outside the box quite often actually. This was an early sign.
So back to Little Girl. After I washed my hands I told her to go back to bed.
"It's not my bed it's my brothers!" Was her reply. (It's like when you tell the kids to put on their shoes and they say "they're not shoes they're sandals!"-argh!)
I think I have another arguer on my hands here. Heaven help me.