It was really dead in there when I checked out, but still, they're just so nice.
This is the same place where the bagger would run and grab a cart when my pregnant self arrived at check out with a basket. He just couldn't deal with me carrying things across the parking lot.
The cat set off the touch lamps in the bedroom just now while I was helping the baby back into her naps. He did it because he could see a spot on the bottom of his food bowl. It wasn't empty. He'd just eaten a hole in the pile and he could see the bottom of the bowl.
After I turned it off (three or four times we did this), he spent some time walking along the edge of the crib, picking at the mosquito net. I tried taking a picture, but a black cat in a dark room is not much of a photo. And even if the baby IS already awake, flash photography during naptime is highly discouraged.
The baby is back to sleep, the cat's bowl is refilled and the lights are back off. This wasn't nearly as bad as when he lights up the one across the room in the middle of the damned night. (That I usually put down to an accident.)
In the living room, we have a lamp with a foot switch. It's very convenient, except when the dog turns the lights on and off.
Since that didn't cause me to stop brushing my teeth (and get toothpaste everywhere), I think I'm probably just fine. Still, it hurts and it's purple and so unfortunate.