Know what I'm doing right now?
I'm trying to figure out a way to NEVER put the boy's laundry away ever again.
I know there is a way.
Yes...I've tried making them do it, and they do.
But I'm getting more and more irritated that their clothes are upstairs and the laundry room is downstairs.
Wouldn't it be the best if I could wash clothes and then put the kid's clothes away in the laundry room?
Who said your clothes have to be in your own bedroom? Who said that? Did anyone?
I'm super sick of climbing stairs.
I'm even more sick of sending kids upstairs to their bedrooms to get dressed and then them coming downstairs looking like little funky dressed goobers.
Know how many times I say, "Only wear things you've seen me put together for you?"
About three times a day.
I'm reworking the laundry room right now figuring out how to have their clothes in there.
I can fold them.
I can put them up as I fold them.
I can also stand right there and watch them pick their clothes out. No more traveling up and down the stairs in an "outfit" just to hear their mother say, "Sorry. I don't think so."
My head hurts from what I've organized so far.
I needed a breather.
I'm going to make this work.
Anyone seen this kind of set up in any house besides the Duggar's? I mean, I'm like 42 kids short of what they have, but can I still do this?