Monday, June 9, 2008

On Top of Mt. Laundry, all covered with...

Laundry is a never-ending chore in our house. We are a family of five which includes a toddler who is 100% boy, a 6 month-old who likes to blast her cloth diapers, and a 6 year-old who enjoys changing her clothes every hour! My good friend, Erin, has designated Monday as her laundry day, so this week I am going to attempt to do the same. Her family situation is the same as ours, minus the baby, so I am pretty sure it is going to work for us. While sitting down with my morning coffee (yes, the washer had been started), I checked out a blog that I like to frequent. The Flourishing Mother has a great post about textile management, perfect for today. Happy Monday to you all, and may your Mt. Laundry not be covered with cheese or meatballs, or however that song goes!
cartoon from www.weblogcartoons.com

Cartoon by Dave Walker. Find more cartoons you can freely re-use on your blog at We Blog Cartoons.

4 comments:

Rob and Erin said...

I love the cartoon. I feel like that some days. Only one more load to put in the washer...yay! Then I just have to fold it all. Ugh.

Jen said...

That reminds me...I need to get cracking on my mountain.
Thanks for your comment on my summer post. I love finding new blogs. Especially other Christian moms!

adalex72 said...

I cannot remember when I last saw the bottom of my laundry bin, I swear it is bottomless.

(((((HUGS))))) sandi said...

LOVED your daybook! We are a family of six, and there is NO WAY I could do all of our laundry in one day! Well, unless it was all I did... I had to schedule: M=bedding, T=towels , W=boys (THREE! LOL!), TH=mom/hazel, F=Dad. (((((HUGS))))) sandi

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