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    Quote Originally Posted by Blossom74 View Post
    You can come fold it if you like. I'll feed you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amyd View Post
    You can come fold it if you like. I'll feed you.

    Oooohhhh! I like food!!!


    And don't feel bad for falling behind on the washing. I should have pointed out that I don't have any kids yet.


    Ask me how my laundry is looking in 6 months time, ha ha!!!

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    I'm with Blossom - I love laundry.

    DH knows not to touch my laundry, ever. We have separate baskets and if he wants the machine and my stuff is in there he is to call me, worst case put it in a basket and leave it by the machine (but he probably wouldn't be brave enough, he'd wait).

    Most important is how it comes off the line and folded back into the basket:
    DD's bottom drawer, DD's middle drawer, PJ's then socks and undies, DD's hangers.
    My bottom drawer, middle drawer etc
    Linen cupboard then tea towels for the kitchen.

    Then I walk though the house via the kitchen, then linen cupboard, my room and DD's. Job done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amyd View Post
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    Does it look like I keep on top of it? There are another 4 baskets that aren't in this photo and 3 loads yet to wash.

    Ideally I would wash everyday but it doesn't happen.
    You are my kind of people.

    My pile is double yours...

    I hate washing, Folding and Ironing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blossom74 View Post
    Oooohhhh! I like food!!!


    And don't feel bad for falling behind on the washing. I should have pointed out that I don't have any kids yet.


    Ask me how my laundry is looking in 6 months time, ha ha!!!
    Well, that explains it.

    Except I was like this pre kids too.

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    Especially for @Blossom74 because the first picture didn't stress her enough.

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    Both inside and out depending on weather and whether I care.


    Plastic pegs preferably bright colours.

    1 peg for undies. 1 peg for anything I can get away with.

    Trackies by the top, tops by the bottom.

    Fold decent amount, never corners.

    We don't have a dryer so line drying all the way here. The photos in this thread are making me quite happy. Apparently we're pretty on top of the washing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AdornedWithCats View Post
    Both inside and out depending on weather and whether I care.


    Plastic pegs preferably bright colours.

    1 peg for undies. 1 peg for anything I can get away with.

    Trackies by the top, tops by the bottom.

    Fold decent amount, never corners.

    We don't have a dryer so line drying all the way here. The photos in this thread are making me quite happy. Apparently we're pretty on top of the washing!
    Ahhhh, the proper use of 'whether' and 'weather' makes me smile.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amyd View Post
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    Does it look like I keep on top of it? There are another 4 baskets that aren't in this photo and 3 loads yet to wash.

    Ideally I would wash everyday but it doesn't happen.
    I fold and dont put away!
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    Washing gets hung outside dependant on weather. Just moved from a house with no outside line so im excited to hang laundry again lol
    Socks and undies on little airer.
    Big clothes get hung pants by the waist and for every item has matchinf pegs. Yes i have to match pegs. Shirts by the bottom but may try the under sleeve thing.
    Dont care about the brand of peg.
    If u dont unturn ur clothes, u get them back unturned, folded.
    Placed back onto ur bed for yourself to put away. I have teenage children sonthis works apart from dp who does not put away his clothes and i end up throwing them into the walkin robe.
    Last edited by mumofgremlins; 17-12-2016 at 17:42.


 

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