I have been trying to potty train Morgan this past month. Three in diapers was just way too much for me to deal with and remember--who was changed last? Who's due for a diaper change? Who's got the stinky bum?, etc. That doesn't even take into consideration all the money spent on diapers and wipes each month. Since I finally realized Morgan wasn't ever going to just tell me she was ready to get rid of diapers and try underwear, I decided to finally bite the bullet and deal with a few accidents and lots of time. Some days are better than others but she is making progress at staying dry for a longer time. She is still only mommy-trained and doesn't show any excitement about going to the bathroom on her own. But today as she was sitting on the toilet something inspired her to put her right hand over her heart and say the Pledge of Allegiance. At first I didn't realize what she was doing. I have NEVER heard her say the Pledge of Allegiance, never practiced it with her and she has been out of school for three months! But she said the whole thing word for word. Maybe she realizes that Kindergarten starts next week and figured the toilet was a great place to get prepared.