My children take great pleasure in changing the settings on my iPhone. I frequently find my screen's wallpaper changed (to a pic of the child in question of course), icons moved around to suit the current user, my ringtones reset to annoying tunes. . .you get the idea.
But their favorite pastime, the piece de resistance, is changing Siri's nickname for me. I have been called a variety of names, but the last two take the cake. First, my eldest daughter changed it to Poupee, which cracked me up every time I saw it. We took to giving it a French pronunciation and accent whenever we used it in casual conversation (which of course we did often). But a few weeks ago, my middle son changed my nickname to I like pooping. I'll tell you what, I couldn't change it. Because every time I saw an email thread referencing me as I like pooping, it made me laugh. A lot. And really, who doesn't like pooping?
But today I was talking to Siri and asking her to text someone, and she said to me "Thank you, I like pooping, I'll make a note of it!" It caught me off guard and I found it most comical.
I can't quite bring myself to change it. Every time I see it (or hear it), I smile and think of my silly son.
**And now, since the children are reading over my shoulder, they have changed it again. I should probably have stricter rules about who is allowed to touch that thing.**