I hope the math didn't scare you too much!
Have a nice day!
|The washer is pulled out from the wall- about 15 inches.|
|ServPro cleaned it up and I was able to replace the original laminate floor with my neighbor's help.|
|The growth chart just leans against the wall. I can easily move it if we ever get a different house.|
|Back against the wall where it belongs!|
|Those baskets are labeled towels and candles. |
The towels are old towels used for cleaning and for drying off the dog when he gets wet outside.
The gray dishtub is used to corral Windex, Spray 'n Wash, etc.
|The door is back and helping hold the Swiffer, floor squeegee, and window washing stuff.|
|I love Tide Pods. They help kiddo do the laundry without having to measure or spill liquid. |
The powder is Oxy. Can't live without Oxy...
|No doubt as to what is in there.|
|I have four baskets labeled with the seasons. These hold- are you ready for this?- dishtowels for each season. Yeah. I found out I have about 4 dozen dishtowels. That's 48, people. 48 dishtowels for a person who doesn't even like being in the kitchen that much. 48. (About half of those are Christmasy. You can't use up 24 Christmas towels in one month... hello?) Apparently, that's pretty much how I decorate my kitchen- seasonal dishtowels that rotate with the calendar. It's inexpensive, but I had no idea how many I had or how they pile up! |
I have to start re-gifting these babies...
|Our triple hamper helps kiddo sort the clothes. I used paint chips to label the sections- lights, darks, and reds.|
|Summer 2010. It looks like she is in a rather precarious position.|
|Summer 2011. Still precarious but about two feet lower than the year before.|