Recently Erin has been experimenting in "if-then" statements (threats), usually when she's tired. Like when she was reading a book out loud and Alex insisted that she stop reading till he had his pajamas on. In order to avoid a meltdown I asked Erin to wait for Alex. She then said, "If you don't let me read right now, then I will never ever read anything ever again!"
Then she asked for a second yogurt and I told her that we only have one per day. She responded, "If you don't let me have yogurt, then I won't eat for a week!" I couldn't help laugh at that, which is never good because she hates being laughed at. By the way, that one was really hard to follow through with.
This is the best one though. I was asking Erin how she knew I loved her. Then I asked if she loved me. She said, "Well, you're not the best mom, but I like you." That one really made me laugh, and she got mad. A follow up question revealed that if I were to give her fruit snacks every day like other moms I would have a much better chance of being one of the better moms.