SCENE: Post afternoon "naptime". Mother traipses up the stairs and into her son's room to discover a problem, and proceeds to confront him regarding the problem.
Mama (angry look on face), "Uh Bubbalu? WHAT. IS. THAT?!?!"
Bubbalu (matter of factly) , "It's a shirt, Mommy."
(Mama rolls eyes)
Mama, "Yeah, I KNOW it's a shirt, but what is everything else on the floor?"
(Bubbalu looks down at the problem)
Bubbalu (once again matter of factly), "Those are ALL of my clothes, Mommy."
Mama (growing in exasperation), "I KNOW those are all of your clothes, but WHAT are they doing ALL OVER THE FLOOR?"
Bubbalu (with a "well DUH Mama" expression), "I made a pile of my clothes, Mommy".
(Mama once again rolls her eyes.)
SCENE closes with son picking up clothing and Mother supervising.
Moral of the story: If you take all of your son's toys and books out of his bedroom to encourage resting during naptime, he WILL find SOMETHING to play with.