The kids and I were driving in the car last night when the subject of having a dog came up.
"Mommy, when are we getting a dog?" my four-year-old son asked me.
"Never," I told him.
"But why?" he whined.
"Because Mommy is allergic to dogs," I reminded him. "They make me sneeze and they make my eyes itch. Thus, we are never, ever getting a dog."
"But I want a dog!" he continued on.
"Listen," I said to him. "You have a choice. You can either have Mommy or you can have a dog, but you can't have both."
"What do you mean?" he asked.
"What I mean is that, if you get a dog, Mommy can't live with you. So, if you want a dog, Mommy will have to live somewhere else. Or, we can just not get a dog and Mommy can keep living in the house with all of you."
There was a silence in the car for a few moments and then I heard him crying.
"What are you crying about?" I asked him, getting frustrated with this whole conversation.
"But Mommy," he sobbed, "I'm just going to miss you so much!"
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