And this "needs to be addressed" because why, exactly? Look, if you're going to go around raising the bar for being a good mom, don't post about it on your blog! That'll just make the REST of us who ROUTINELY suggest that their children go scavenge for clothes, feel bad.
I'm with u Jessica....I have my clean laundry lined up in the hallway...I'm up to 4 full baskets. I'm sure it would be more if I had more baskets. Laundry and dishes are a part of my everyday life...it's so sad.
lol. that is awesome.E was home this weekend so because he did it, my wash is folded. Of course, I just started a new load this morning, and we know that won't get folded for a while . . .
I had a friend tell me her little kids called the laundry room the "step up" room because there was so much laundry in there they had to step "up" on to the laundry to get in to the room. Now that's a laundry problem.
I'm glad I'm not the only one who does that. Is there a support group we can go to to help us?
I did a post back in the beginning of blogland I titled: Angie vs the Laundry, Round 15,346. Just so you know, we are on round 16,423 and laundry is up by 16,414- but who's keeping score anyhow?BTW, I've totally pondered setting one room aside in the house as the "closet" like the Duggars do. No traveling to put everything away, it all goes to one place. Oh, except I don't want to fold or hang up like the Duggars, I just want "piles". Yah, piles work. Oh, and then there's the infamous Pectol "sock box". It was FULL of random socks, and you spent about 45 minutes a day trying to find mates. Good clean fun.
haha. that is so my life too. and i don't have a new baby. :)
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