Julia was really, really tough on Monday and Tuesday after I had left her for the weekend. I guess she feels she's punished me enough for leaving her because she has played nicely today. Here is the game they played for a long time while I sorted clothes (after I told them that if they dug in a rubber-maid container again, I'd ban them from their own room.) Elijah was their baby and they kept him in the bed by feeding him gold-fish crackers. I'm quite sure he was stuffed long before lunch time. I'm also not sure of the condition of the doll bed, but sometimes you just have to get a job done!
Next week I still have the middle boys and middle girls clothes to do. To tell you the truth, the girls are by far the hardest. They tend to have a big mound of clothes that they just can't wear for one petty reason or another. They usually stand there explaining how they have nothing to wear for the fall and I'm pointing at the big pile trying to remain calm. I guess that's why I do youngest to oldest, to work myself up in difficulty. It's nice that the little guys wear whatever I stick in their drawer!
Jenny, you are much nicer than I am. Ask my daughters....even the 15 year old. I provide them with clothing & they wear it. Elizabeth really didnt get a choice. I handed her the clothing & she put it in her dresser drawer. She is 11. They can pick from day to day what they will wear, but I get the overall pick. I did make Elizabeth try on the clothes for me & I decided what didnt fit....not her! I still have to do that to some extent with Rachel but she is getting better. & the 3 little ones...well they just wear what ever..they dont care. But again, you are way nice.ReplyDelete
Well...at least you are organized. That is wonderful.ReplyDelete