Laundry Blues

Every now and then, when Bean spits up a few too many times, and I get a few too many migraines, it’s possible that things like the laundry fall by the wayside. At times like these when there are a few more dishes that need cleaning and the dust is accumulating, I try to keep a positive attitude and know that I will catch up when I do–and hopefully that will be sooner than later. Of course, there are consequences which may be a bit more catastrophic than others. Unfortunately, I’m afraid it’s Samantha who suffers the most.

We assured her that this was only a quick solution to a very temporary shortage in clean pajamas. She seemed to appreciate that we would not be taking her out in such a state.


6 thoughts on “Laundry Blues

  1. She is the most adorable and happy baby!!!! Obviously she is also a very understanding daughter and matching pj’s are not her priority!!! πŸ˜‰ I will have to say, she gets cuter every day!!!

  2. Tori, you have nothing to worry about Bean is one of those girls that make any outfit look wonderful. She is just so cute.
    There is always time for cleaning latter because our little Samantha is growing so fast you need to enjoy her and not feel guilty about it.

  3. Look at that smile! She knows she is loved. I actually think the leg warmers on her arms is a cute look. πŸ™‚ I whole heartedly agree with Grandpa…she looks fabulous in anything and time does fly. It sounds like you, Mommy, have your priorities in the correct order. No worries. πŸ™‚

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