It goes rather like this:
Little Boy: Does something very contrary to the rules governing him
Jehu: Why did you do
Little Boy: Because that is how Jesus/God made me
Interesting set of implicit premises here---that the natural state is in some way good, or at least not that bad, and that my inclination must therefore be right, or at least not that wrong.
I see this all the time from folks that want to argue as Christians contra the authority of Scripture (or the authority of Tradition even moreso). Sometimes from them it might draw a response of---well, my natural man inclination wants to slug you right now, would THAT be ok? But from one's child, the response is a gentle but firm correction.
There is a temptation to toss this back in the face of the next theological liberal who makes a similar argument in my presence, with the prepared counterbattery fire should they say something to the effect of
'From the mouthes of babes' of
It is telling that you consider
Prepared counterbattery fire is, in my experience, the best response to snark---rarely will you encounter someone capable of impromptu 'counter-counterbattery fire', with the exception of perhaps a stand-up comic.