I’ll give you one guess as to who is not getting their socks to the laundry bin…
It’s not little one.
And no, my eight year old did not suddenly start wearing itty bitty teeny tiny pink socks.
He wears white athletic socks.
Don’t see them on here?
That’s because just about all his socks are missing.
There’s not even one loose one to be found.
I’m waiting for that day when I open a drawer, look under a cushion, or empty a box and they all fall out.
Until then, I guess I’m off to buy more socks.
Or maybe he can just wear some of his sister’s socks, some of which are getting to the laundry bin.
We’re deep into summer and the constant question around here started to be…
“Moooooooommmm, where’s my goggles?”
I knew I needed a place to put lost goggles so I used our lost socks holder.
We have a sock monster in our house.
We must, because I don’t understand how we have so many single socks waiting for a partner.
After having a rotating pile of socks on my bedroom floor for a year I decided enough is enough – We gave the socks their very own space in the laundry room.
It’s always amazing to me that five or six of these socks will find a match during the week yet the numbers never dwindle due to new socks being added.
Needed: frame without glass, string or wire, staple gun, clothespins
We simply stapled the string to the frame and called it done.
A little peek at the laundry room art I created.
The artwork matches the complete failure of an ironing board cover I made.
Come back next week when I share all of the downloadable laundry art I’ve been working on.