Gabbers with tears in her eyes found me upstairs decluttering my closet, "Momma, Ariel turned back to a mermaid and didn't marry Prince Eric!"
Trying not to laugh and trying also to be understanding, I said, "I know Gabbers. I know the show. It gets better. Go see what happens."
note in response to Amy's comment: Yes, sometimes a show helps to give me time to organize and declutter when Danny is not able to watch the kids. We borrowed this show from my friend yesterday for this very purpose. Pookie's in the bath, Bun in the playroom playing quietly with Little People, Ham is in the playpen burrowing through his blankets looking for a nap, and Gabbers is now content with the happy ending of the movie. She's only seen it once before and that was at Papa's house last year when we visited. I guess she forgot how it ends.
When I organized the linen closet, I sent each child to their room except Ham. Ham was in the high chair in the hall by the linen closet so I could feed him dry cereal and keep him contained. The kids each had a "shower toy" in their separate rooms to play with. Those are the toys that have been designated for when I need a shower and Danny is not home and I need the kids occupied.
If you want to see pics of the linen closet, leave a comment.