By Sophie Piron
If a child has a cherry popsicle then she
will let it drip on her hand.
If it drips on her hand then you
will take the popsicle away.
If you take the popsicle away then
the toddler will throw a tantrum.
If she throws her tantrum then you will probably
give her the popsicle back.
If you give her the popsicle back
it will already have melted
If this popsicle has basically melted,
then the toddler will eat it as fast as she can
If the toddler eats the popsicle as fast as she
can then she will get a sugar rush.
If she gets a sugar rush
then she will want to play.
If she plays then she will want
to play tag on the swing set.
If the toddler is playing tag on the swingset
then the toddler might scrape her knee.
If she scrapes her knee
then the girl will begin to cry.
If the toddler begins to cry
then you will run inside to get band-aids.
If the band-aids are applied
then the toddler will begin to calm down.
If the toddler begins to calm down
then she will take a nap.
If the girl takes a nap
then she will wake up and hungry.
If she wakes up hungry
then she will ask for a cherry popsicle.