|Found on my camera: Cinderella, as photographed by Sweetheart.|
- Sweetheart's DS (grrr)
- Little Bit's book light
- Sweetheart's school journal
- Little Bit's DS game
- Sweetheart's new sandals (1 week old)
|The royal ball invitation arrives!|
Also, I am breaking everything.
Which includes, but is not limited to:
- The cabinet door I ripped off. The screws fell to the floor. I need a screwdriver to fix it but.....
- The junk drawer in the kitchen (which contains the screwdriver) is stuck shut. Something is jammed up in there causing it to be un-openable. Is too a word!
|I think this is Cinderella's new dress. Do your kids have access to fabric scraps?|
When we bought this house, we were not homeschoolers. When we moved in, I was a working mom (part-time), with a 3 year old in daycare half days and a 7 year old in school full days and I set the house up for THAT lifestyle.
We are now a stay at home (well, not this week but you know) homeschooling family who uses this house VERY differently than we did when we moved in. So the places I decided to put things and the way I organized the house is all wrong.
So how to fix it? Well, I suppose I could pack everything back into boxes, move them all to the back porch and then "move in" again.
That seems like a lot of work.
I think I will resort to making lists and plans and floor plan drawings in my notebook like I always do before we move into a house. THIS time, I will consider our lifestyle and our belongings and my girls' ages and THEN I will decide where things need to go. Sort of a "put the entire house into zones" type plan.
What do you think? Could this be the greatest excuse ever?
|The horrible step-sisters rip the dress up! There was more but I thought these were great. I love that girl. She is so creative.|