When you have one boy and two girls, you will most likely see your boy dressing as a girl than the other way around. Now, mind you, he will have a wooden sword in one hand while prancing in pretty silver shoes at the same time.
But you do see his Batman underwear, right?
It’s like he’s all boy — with a dainty side 😉
Anyhow, I thought you may enjoy my laundry adventures with Max and Jo. Which pretty much means I get no laundry done.
But I get the moments of love with my kids (although I am sure Josephine was feeling a little too loved tonight).
Have a great day and enjoy the episodes of Laundry Mountain!
Laundry Mountain and Maxwell Pretty Shoes!
Snow angels in the clothes!
GoGo my special sister! Declares Maxwell. Jo does NOT feel the love tonight 😉
Laundry with my daughter Josephine next to me goes something like this…
I put 3 items in (we have a front loader since we live in Europe).
She takes 3 items out.
I put 1 item in when she is not looking.
She still manages to magically take 3 items out.
I distract her again and throw handfuls in.
More piles on the floor before I blink my eyes.
And, before I know it, there is more laundry on the floor now than there was to start. Mom is tired. And it’s time for Josephine’s nap. But where is she?
Oh no! She’s heading for the bedroom next!
Quick. Slam door. Scoop up baby. Nurse her to sleep.
And, since baby sleeps in your room where you do laundry, laundry is officially over for the day.
So, the age-old question is: If there is laundry in a house with a baby, does the laundry ever get done?
When I am not too tired to figure out that equation, I’ll get back to you.
Probably while holding a baby in one hand and dirty socks in the other. Which should, then, technically answer your question 😉