"Thanks for taking us to the pool, Mom. Can we go back tomorrow? I'll help you out tonight. I'll give the little kids baths, ok?"
"Thanks Jackson, that would be great. And we'll see about the pool tomorrow."
So, after Jackson "helped me" by bathing Brooklyn and Clay, I walked in the bathroom to see this...
Let's go inside and take a closer look at the pile of wet towels and clothes, shall we?
Oh my gosh! Could it be? Did the kids actually change the empty roll of toilet paper? Oh my gosh, I think I'm having a heart attack!
Oh wait. There's the empty roll on the floor. I knew it was too good to be true.
Step One: Teach the kids to change the roll of toilet paper.
Step Two: Teach the kids to throw out the old roll.
a water bottle - Makes perfect sense to me. You never know when you'll be peeing and get a sudden unquenchable thirst.
Nice. You can't tell, but there are approximately 52 gallons of water on the floor.
The floor was also covered in unripe raspberries the kids picked and put in their pockets.
And is that the most disgusting thing you've ever seen? That's how much dirt, sunscreen, and bug spray was on my kids last night! It took me forever to scrub the tub clean! And that was after cleaning up from their snack this afternoon...
Note the dustpan. The kids spilled pretzels, got out the dustpan and brush and ran outside to play. Close, kids. Really close. But you have to actually brush the pretzels into the pan and throw them away before playing.
Step One: Teach the kids where the dust pan is located.
Step Two: Teach the kids to actually use the dust pan.