The den - not too bad but stuff needs to get put away
The back entry with my purse, Dallin's shoes (that he NEVER puts away no matter how much I bug him and there is another pair at the front door - GRRR), a bucket of sugar from food storage, Lydia's carseat and some pants for donation to go to the basement
The closet of shame - why is it that I cannot get a child or adult to put their coat or shoes away properly??? They just throw everything on the floor in there and fling their shoes in even though there is a rack just for them!
Library books on the floor and a DVD or two
Kitchen sink with my Bosch and pans from making cookies and breakfast bowls plus the pile of clean dishes I washed last night and have not put away yet ....
Jack's bowl still at the table since he was still eating but ran away when I went to take a picture
Playroom full of toys after my VT came yesterday and the kids all played - haven't cleaned it up yet
Jack's room - bed is sort of made and there is medicine on his night stand and puzzles on the table
Notice the letters askew on Lydia's wall - the nails need to be moved to accommodate her name and not Jacks but we haven't gotten around to that yet
The girls room, not too bad at all, although not too sure why Emma's big pillow is on the floor?
Our room - pretty clean surprisingly, but there are two hoodies on Dallin's dresser beside me that you can't see
But we're happy and we're loved, and that's all that matters ......
This post is based on my sister in law's, and since she is cool and I want to be like her (seriously I do, you would too if you knew her!!!!) I decided I would go along with it. Actually the house really isn't as bad as it is many days. Although, I didn't take pictures of the basement. That is another post in it's entirety. An embarrassment through and through and one that I need to tackle asap. Lydia is now napping so I may just go embark on that impossible mission and see if I come out alive!!!