I know, I know I haven't been posting on here too much lately. I'm sorry, but I was trying to hang out with the kids more this past week since they were home for spring break. I've also had a sudden surge in email with people writing to tell me that they've read my book and love it. That is the awesome kind of mail I love to get! But that, in combination with some articles and such I've needed to write had me chained to my computer on Friday. I had to
Yeah, I guess they hadn't trashed the room too badly.
Let's take a closer look...
a sippy cup full of cottage cheese, dirty socks and some green Play Doh ground into the carpet.
Another cup with some nasty milk in it.
A glob of Play Doh on the couch because when I tell Brooklyn, "Keep the Play Doh at the kitchen table" she thinks it means, "Squish it into the couch, carpet, TV, her hair, the bathroom floor, her highchair, inside the Cars DVD case, and pretty much anywhere else she goes."
Yet more green Play Doh...
On the table we have dishes left out because my kids think the dish fairy puts them in the dishwasher for them. (By the way, in the red bowl is a piece of coconut cream pie that Austin made from scratch. I think he did something wrong though because it turned out pretty soupy, but I thought it was pretty cool that he took on a project like that. I'm still holding out hope that he'll make a good husband who can cook someday.)
On the kitchen counter, we have a package of waffles left thawing out and getting dry and gross. Clay made himself 4 waffles. You know, because we have a 4 slot toaster, so why not?
And let's not forget the glob of butter smeared on my kitchen floor.
Here we have the empty waffle box. The garbage can is about a foot away, but clearly, Clay was exhausted from smearing the butter around with diaper wipes so he didn't have the energy to open the cabinet door and throw it away.
Check back in later tonight for Sunday Sound Out!