Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Taking Charge...

Well it has been a sad 4 months since my last post. I almost forgot about the blogging world... but I do hope to be better at my updates. One day (and hopefully soon) I'd like to turn this blog into a journal for my family as opposed to just a blog for my fellow bloggers to read and look at. But that takes commitment and that is something I am seriously lacking right now.

Just like I totally lack commitment in getting my laundry done. I hate it with a passion. It is the worst chore... I'd rather scrub toilets then do laundry. Pretty sad huh? Well, recently I let it go too far... I will wash and dry the laundry and even sort it into the appropriate owners piles. But when it comes to putting it away... I'm horrible. Don't believe me? Take a look.




The first photo is the boys room.... I've been meaning to transfer the clothes into this dresser that a friend gave us for free. And yet I don't ever make the time. So the dresser sits empty and clothes pile high. Then there's Bella's closet... she seems to always pull her clothes down to change into them 3 or 4 times a day that finally I gave up and started making clean piles on the floor. But enough is enough... this is hideous and I'm sick of digging for outfits. Time to take charge. Today, I'm going to put all of this away. In the right place and not just on the floor... Wish me luck!

10 comments:

Wendi said...

You are not alone! I used to handle laundry beautifully. Then I had 3 kids. I am lucky to get the girls laundry out of their laundry bags, folded and put away before its time to do laundry again. I especially struggle with Aynsli's, and she just throws them all over anyway. Good luck! I am going to try harder too!

Cecilia Maughan said...

man of man! I hate laundry too. I can't wait 'till the kids are old enough to do it themselves!

Tonia said...

Good luck......

Your friend Cecilia can't wait until her kids can do their own laundry. Tyler does his own laundry now, but his laundry skills aren't very refined yet........it would be easier if I just did it myself! :)

Tonia said...

So happy to see a new post! :)

Tonia said...

I've had great intentions of using our blog as a family journal of sorts as well, but haven't followed through with my plan yet. It's a great idea.

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