Well, really the answer to that question is because I have a newborn and a toddler and I can’t do anything (like cleaning) during the day because I can’t put Joshua down anywhere because Lucas might (has/does) hurt him but I have started wearing Joshua in the Moby wrap during the day which is helping a lot and at night while Lucas is sleeping I’m usually nursing/holding a fussy newborn and even so it’s hard to keep up with the laundry because I change the newborns clothes four times a day and the laundry has doubled I think even with a small babe and we also do cloth diaper so that adds to it and our kitchen is small so even though it might not be that dirty it looks really messy and once you clean one thing another thing gets messy and a dirty house really stresses me out in case you couldn’t tell, but anyways….
I.Have.A.Toddler. And a husband, but it’s mostly the toddler. Let me show you.
I decided it was time to do a little rearranging and organizing to our pantry. I’m tired of Lucas pulling everything out and making a mess every day, not to mention biting into packets of food and opening containers. I moved everything off the bottom two shelves. It helps that we never have too much food in our pantry. Ha! Now everything is out of reach and should help solve a few problems!
While I was doing this, I turn around to see Lucas working on another project of his…
It’s like he’s saying fine mom! You won’t let me get into the pantry now but look! I can still reach all the tupperware. I was very impressed with his stacking of bowls in a row.
And five minutes later, he decides he wants to do a little rearranging of the living room and move the carpet!
He is so funny. I never know what kind of things he’s going to get into next!
Why not take the shopping cart upstairs?! Sure thing.
This is just a glimpse of it. If you have a toddler, I’m sure you know what I’m talking about!
Reason # 457 why I hate cooking: Because if you cook you make a mess! And I don’t like a messy kitchen!