OK, Kim--you asked for it!
Kim asked if any of us have gross kids too. Oh yeah, I have gross kids. Not just gross, super messy. Makes me wonder if they're learning anything I try to teach them.
Let's see, there's the boogers that get wiped on the wall, next to their beds. And I don't find them right away, no. Only after about three months, when they're all hard and dried up, and nigh on impossible to remove. Ugh! (I think we may actually have cured them of this one, but still--there are still boogers on some walls in this house)
The bathroom is the worst room of the house. One of my darling girls is scared of flushing the toilet, I dread the day that I have a guest over who needs to use the bathroom, and I forget to double check it first, they're going to find a nasty surprise in the toilet.
They're both scared of using too much toilet paper for fear it's going to make the toilet overflow (apparently, several years ago (like five or six), when my sister was babysitting them for me, her toilet over-flowed. They've been freaked out about that ever since)----(how's that for you? parentheses inside of parentheses?) . So anyway, since she's afraid of putting too much paper in the toilet, this darling daughter of mine, wipes and then tosses the used paper in the trash can. SO GROSS!!! Their wet towels are always left on their bedroom floor. I don't know how many times I've told them to hang them back up after their bath or shower.
The messes I find in the kitchen after I come home from work some nights? Ashley is a very creative girl, and loves to try out her ideas at the kitchen counter. Unfortunately, she has yet to master the art of cleaning up after herself.
Maybe I need to nag more than I do???
And puh-lease, don't tell me how much worse my boys are going to be. I'm scared, very scared!!