Girl's room... It is never clean (Doh, is this just an example of the power of words? How my saying "It is never clean" then curses it to never be clean?" Ok, I need to work on the power of my words...)
I found this plate on top of the microwave. That is where we put treats we want to keep safe or share with everyone. This is a plate with a raw egg scrambled and now dried and stuck onto it, safely tucked away. All I could do was sigh and shake my head as I tried to fathom WHY? Why do they go out of their ways to make messes? AND make the messes hard to clean up? What is the point of this waste? I ask you! AHHH! I simply do not understand the complete lack of logic that led to this. Please, my CHILDREN! (Ethan I'm guessing this was you since you were the last one I knew to be using eggs last night for your french toast) I have enough messes from the 5 and under group, (cue Owen)
This little guy is still figuring things out. That is why, when he eats an apple, he takes a bite, chews it up, and spits it out all over the floor...
I can deal with that, I expect that from the one year old. And I do appreciate your guys' help cleaning up after the little kids. But I beg of you, please, I don't need my teenagers to be contributing needlessly to the mess in this house! I need you to HELP! Do you see this kitchen?!?! Lets get a wide angle view~
Do you see that sink? The kitchen sink and it's plethora of dirty cups which are mass produced by lots of little kids and their little sips of water?
I need help. sigh. smh.