We are in the midst of potty-training Lillian right now. We’ve been working on it for a year. Our laundry situation is worse now than it was when I had two kids in cloth diapers. Here are just some thoughts I’ve had while folding the family’s laundry:
- One of the perks of sending Gabby to private school was the uniforms. No fighting about clothes everyday. I had high hopes that uniforms would make the laundry so much easier. I was desperately wrong. White uniform shirts for pre-schoolers? Are you freaking kidding me?!?!
- How is the pajama pile so much bigger than the daywear pile? Judging by their laundry, a stranger would believe they never leave the house.
- Lillian is perpetually out of pants because she is constantly peeing in them. I refuse to go back to diapers. Thus, I get to forever be washing, folding, and putting away pants and underwear.
- Lillian’s underwear pile is so much bigger than Gabby’s, I think I need to have a conversation with Gabby about changing her underwear on a daily basis.
- Onto the hubster, what is happening in his pants that causes him to blow out the crotch of every pair of underwear so violently?
Do you have any WTF moments while putting away your family’s laundry?
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I have also witnessed male under-crotch blowouts. The seams just explode. It is one of the wifely life’s greatest mysteries.
I’m not even attempting to seriously potty train Amelie until after the new year, at which point she will be … like 2 3/4. *shrug* I’ll gladly deal with diapers for a couple more months than continuously soiled laundry. Blech.
She was doing really well for a while and then she started getting lazy about it. I only started her so early because she was interested. But OMG with the laundry.