I'm sure all parents believe their own children are experts at bedtime stall tactics. It seems like no aches, pains, worries, or unquenchable thirsts show up at our house until bedtime. But as the years go by, our kids are having to get more creative with their "needs".
Sawyer: Mom, I need a drink.
Mom: No, Sawyer. You have brushed your teeth and gone to the bathroom. I'm turning the light off. Goodnight.
Mom: Sawyer, I don't want to hear it. Goodnight.
Sawyer: But mom, I have dry breath!