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    Love the clean washing pile pics!!

    Makes me feel normal, ill be showing dh when he gets home to prove I'm not the only one that can't keep on top of it. The spare room in our house is called "mums washing room" and is usually knee deep in washing with some hanging from coat hangers on the shelves. Even though it looks totally unorganised I do have a system. I chuck the kids clothes on the bed, dh,s behind the door and mine on the floor so I can kind of narrow it down when I'm looking for something.

    I would add a pic but the MIL came down yesterday so I actually spent the entire previous day folding it and putting it away and you can see the floor for the ist time in months. MIL never says anything about it but she has on occasion folded some stuff and given me "helpful" advice like "fold it as you get you go" grrrr

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChickyBee View Post
    I am in absolute awe that pile has managed to reach the height it had with toppling over! What's the secret? Support struts?
    Haha! It's kind of squashed into the corner and leaning against the wall. Every time someone searched for something it would end up spread all over the floor and we'd have to stack it all up again. It was quite a workout actually!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RipperRita View Post
    Love the clean washing pile pics!!

    Makes me feel normal, ill be showing dh when he gets home to prove I'm not the only one that can't keep on top of it. The spare room in our house is called "mums washing room" and is usually knee deep in washing with some hanging from coat hangers on the shelves. Even though it looks totally unorganised I do have a system. I chuck the kids clothes on the bed, dh,s behind the door and mine on the floor so I can kind of narrow it down when I'm looking for something.

    I would add a pic but the MIL came down yesterday so I actually spent the entire previous day folding it and putting it away and you can see the floor for the ist time in months. MIL never says anything about it but she has on occasion folded some stuff and given me "helpful" advice like "fold it as you get you go" grrrr
    Haha me too. Including your post, already saved to the desktop so I can show DH

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miados2007 View Post
    This is too funny. We are pretty bad parents - for those here old enough to remember the tv show Roseanne? Dh & I are pretty much Dan & roseanne Connor, we torture or kids for our own enjoyment. Last week dh told ds (4) to
    Put the dogs anti bark collar on & bark like a dog, ds did of course & it was a crack up, he wanted to do it again. We prank our kids all the time wrap up fake presents, fill empty lemonade bottles with water, pretend to eat their Lolly bags from kids parties, dh makes ds put on dd dress & dance before he says he can play the game console, eat ice cream in front of them, the list goes on. Despite all this we have 2 really well adjusted kids! Lol.
    Ha ha we do something similar. We make the kids do a "silly dance" if they want dessert. It's hilarious especially after a few drinks.

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    ive told DS that if theres lights on the rides at the shopping centre it means there broken now everytime we walk passed on he turns to me and says oh no its broken mum also if the ice cream truck is playing music it means his run out of ice cream plus a million other things I cant think of at the moment

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    Speaking of bathing in buckets.. I put DS2 in his brother's boat while they are in the bath. He screams if I try to lie him down after being in it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ~Marigold~ View Post
    Add some tinsel in December and, voila! Christmas tree!
    I was thinking the same thing

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    - mythical beings don't come to messy houses...this means a huge clean up before easter and christmas...i make then work till exhausted so they collapse into bed on the "eve" lol

    - way too much tv for dd. i have not slept in 3 years...so tired.

    - my house is always a mess

    - if i am on my laptop...dd asks me if i am "crushing candy again mumma"

    - ds's school uniform gets a shake and if not dirty worn again

    - i hate doing DD's bath time...sometimes, if DH not home to do it then she misses out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tadpoles View Post
    I call ours Mt Washmore.. DF laughed at me the other day because I said DS2 was crawling up Mt Washmore and he was going to roll off.

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    Ha! That's what ours is called too!!

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    More: DS always wants to play games on my phone but I want to lurk on here and Facebook so he doesn't get to
    SDS (8) is a sensitive soul and doesn't take jokes that well. Regardless, his dad and I play jokes to 'toughen him up' (DFs idea, not mine). He really didn't like the name we picked for a girl baby so we started calling him by the name so he would 'get used to it'. Ended in tears. Hilarious. We told him that our house was so small the baby would have to sleep in his room and he'd have to bring him to me for feeds and also change his nappy as the baby 'belongs to the whole family and everyone has to do their part'. Also hilarious. Don't think we've done any lasting damage but some kids take themselves so seriously! It's our job as parents to lighten them up I reckon


 

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