A home with kids aren’t necessarily need to be tidy. For me, I think a home with kids shouldn’t be so neat. Not that I prefer a messy household, but I want my home to be filled with kids stuff. If my home were to be so wonderfully neat and tidy and everything is at its place, anyone won’t believe if I were to tell them that I have 3 growing up kids, right?
What is a home without children? Quiet. ~ Henny Youngman
“A child reminds us that playtime is an essential part of our daily routine.” – Anonymous
But again, a home with kids can be quite frustrating. Things will go everywhere. Chairs would be moved, scattered pillows would be scattered on the floor instead of scattered on the sofas’, carpets would go out of place and worse of all; the living room does turn into their very own amusement park@WAR-ZONE area.
Then.. sometimes when you aren’t looking and when you’re not paying attention, this usually happens :
To their toys…
Judith’s can’t play and shop anymore
The bucket for blocks has been overturned and the base has been removed
Ultraman is faceless
Mario is headless or should I say brainless?
To decoratives – my mom’s, to be exact
The top and bottom are gone
Look at cat on far right, one of its ears is gone
A ‘beakless’ duck
Cat’s whiskers has been twist and turned upwards.. poor kitty
Well by the end of the day, I do ask them to clean up after their mess. Then the next day, it’ll be the repeats of yesterdays and so and so. It’s like a cycle; a healthy cycle.
Then… when they’re not looking, here’s what I caught them doing..
Judith combing her hair using a play fork
Javier laying on top of Joe when he was zzz…
Javier wrestling with Joe
Joe fighting back with his hand/foot technique
Yesterday was washing teddies day.. so I put all of their soft toys into the washing machines for both wet and dry spin.. I eventually took the other older Mickey Mouse that belongs to Javier for a wash too.. Here’s how he reacted after having 2 Mickey Mouses now!!!
Now you see me?
Now you don’t!