Parents of toddlers obsessed with Katy Perry, stop kicking yourself.
She may have a whipped cream boob fetish, but she is entirely toddler appropriate.
Don't ask us -- ask Elmo.
Perry's visit to Sesame Street is hardly surprising. Her songs and toddlers have a lot in common: they're both infectious.
So call the kids into the room and take a look:
Honestly, we've always thought the original song was inspired by the kids, anyway. Not least because they sing it constantly (OK, mine does, so you're not allowed to come out from behind that wall of shame and admit it -- it's officially better than "Daisy dukes, bikini on top").
Do these lyrics fit your kids?
"You change your mind like a girl changes clothes?" -- Have you seen the pile of laundry a little girl can make in one day? She sheds pants and t-shirts like a snake going through a serious growth spurt.
"You're hot then you're cold, you're yes then you're no." -- Hello, toddler who 2 minutes ago wanted the blue cup but now wants the green one and wait, "No, Mommy, want bluuuuuue."
"You don't really wanna stay ... you don't really wanna go." -- Hi, I'm here to pick my child up from daycare. Oh, wait, they won't leave? OK, I'll go. "Mooommy, wait!!!"
"We fight, we break up. We kiss, we make up." -- Three-year-old throws sippy cup at Mom's head. Mom says it's time-out time. Kid screams bloody murder, ends up walking right into a wall on the way to time-out. Mom comes running, gets down on the floor, kisses, hugs. All better.
"Someone call the doctor. Got a case of love bipolar." -- Our kids make us want to tear our hair out. But we love them anyway.
So, has Katy been singing your song all along?