Daddy has to be at work most of the time, so that leaves me with the three little ones. Needless to say things do get out of control. Having three doesn’t even justify it, because it was the very same way when I only had one. Crayons get eaten every day, it’s part of our daily diet, a new food group. Heck, let’s be honest, toxic markers get eaten too. As for toilet water, it has become a regular cocktail. A2 went for it again today. It must be something good. Maybe I should try it too…
Don’t fight the chaos, embrace it, enjoy it and laugh! They have a life time to be proper, and not drink toilet water or eat ladybugs. Today, they are kids and being proper, or clean for that matter, doesn’t matter to them. They live in a world where anything goes and everything is always ok. They welcome us there with open arms, but most times we’re not interested. We’re too busy thinking about the mess, the laundry piling up and the mountain of dishes sitting in the sink. Sometimes, my sink is so full that the glassware at the bottom of it breaks.
One day, I took a few pictures of the mess. I’ll put it in my blog, I thought. You’ll never believe what happened next. Do you know why I didn’t put them up? I was actually ashamed.
“What? You know shame?” (I talk to myself sometimes, bare with me please)
But today, I’ve decided to post them. I want mothers everywhere to see that they are not alone.
Feel free to share, if you think it might encourage fellow parents.
P.S I hope I’m not shooting myself in the foot right now.
I heard that!
We clean up, pick up everyday. Believe it or not!
I’ve never paid real close attention to this picture. I just noticed the phone that’s unhooked behind A3, no wonder I don’t get any calls.
We place A3 up there and block the passage with two foot rests to protect her from A2′s grip.
It never really worked…
You can see the overflowing sink as promised.
In the middle, you can see a card board box we turned into a house. A house with one wall!
That’s what I was doing instead of cleaning up…oh ya, that and taking pictures!
As I mentioned, those foot rests placed by A3 to keep A2 away never really worked.
I should’ve known better. A2 could climb anything by the age of 6 months.
Hmmm…. I have a picture I’ve got to find and post.