After the title of the post you probably don't really want to know what I have to say. I'll tell you, anyway. Yesterday's breakfast included bacon. As my feminine little girl has a hard time when given large pieces of food to eat, I broke the bacon into more bite-sized pieces. She ate one or two before deciding maybe those bacon pieces would go better up her nose than in her mouth. After shoving them up there she decided they did, indeed, go better in her mouth and put them there. Before I had time to correct the behavior (and after much "ewwww"-ing on my part) two more pieces of bacon went up the nose...and got stuck there. More "ewwww"-ing ensued, but I did not go for the tweezers immediately. I thought I'd let her fuss over it a bit so she would realize she didn't want to stick bacon up her nose any more. Five minutes later I was unfortunate enough to be looking at my daughter when she forcefully dislodged the bacon. "Ewwww" didn't quite cover it.
To add to the bacon conversation, here is a routine about bacon. It starts with pillows, but bacon takes up most of the time. I think it's my mom's current favorite video.