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raise your hand if you hate folding laundry

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sad fact number one: it takes us about a week to fold our laundry. it sits on the chair in our living room until my visiting teachers call and twenty minutes before they arrive I dump it all on our bed.

sad fact number two: our kitchen sink doesn’t look much better at the current moment. our sink isn’t very deep at all, so I justify that it makes it look like there’s more dishes to clean then there really is. :)

food fact: I just ate 8 mini pancakes + 2.5 bowls of ice cream. dang it feels good to eat again.

scary fact: my kickboxing skills might become apparent to the next person that touches the bump. can’t say I didn’t warn you.

lovey dovey fact: my hubs is the greatest. xo.

25 comments

  1. I have had my washing sitting in the lounge room for about a week now, when I need to do more, I tip the clothes on the bed so I can use the laundry basket!
    Things are bad around here!
    Amy xo

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  2. I've never been pregnant before, but I feel like touching someones bump without permission (or unless you are SUPER close with them) is a really intrusive thing to do. I mean, you wouldn't do that to someone who ISN'T pregnant... why is it okay to do it when they are carrying a child?
    AWKWARD.

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  3. Haha! I do the exact same thing with my laundry!:D

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  4. Cute. I absolutely hate laundry and dishes! What I hate even more is when. Omplete strangers come
    Up to you and pat your baby bell. It is the worst. I even had a girl come try to put my belly button back in for me... I could have used some kick boxing skills.

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  5. haha aww I actually don't mind laundry. I remember watching tv with my parents and folding it on their bed. and washing the dishes (can be) fun- think bubble/water fight! wahoo!! haha

    xoxo

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  6. my laundry hangs out with us like it's a third person living in our apartment. And yeah, I'd say you're more than justified to whip out the kick boxing skills.

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  7. you just need a gram to visit, one of our jobs is to fold laundry.

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  8. Our laundry sits in the basket FOREVER--- I can fold it, but the putting it away is where I get stuck! ;)

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  9. haha! sounds like our kitchen. If there is one thing I hate its when appliances don't do their job and I have to re-wash all the dishes the dishwasher neglected...erg.

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  10. im raising my hand right now. exactly right dang now. hate it. have a huge pile hanging out up in my room riiiight now.

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  11. I will come fold your clothes. I will come wash your dishes.

    Under ONE condition.

    Pancakes and ice cream... hand it over.

    SoUtHeRnPiNkY.bLoGsPoT.cOm

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  12. Ahhh! That's totally what our bed looks like when it's laundry folding day. and our dishes always pile up.. it's horrible.

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  13. i'm weird, i actually like folding laundry...but yet i procrastinate doing it. haha.


    <3
    Kenzie

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  14. I think I hate washing dishes more lol

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  15. Ok we clearly have the same thoughts on this! Sadly, it has taken us more than a week to fold our laundry! It's been there well over 2 weeks. I need someone to coem over so we are pressured to fold ! And the bed to the couch thing sounds all to familiar :)

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  16. oh gosh, we are one in the same. i seriously detest doing laundry. at least you get to the cleaning part. mine sits in the basket as LONG as it can until it is bursting at the seams. resulting in many laundry sessions and hours of folding. blah.
    xo TJ

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  17. I feel the same way about my laundry!! It ALWAYS ends up on our bed when people come over!

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  18. Ok your blog is so dang cute! I randomly stumbled upon it! I am pregnant as well! due Sep. 3rd! Just found out its a boy. you will love it once you find out!! so fun to shop and shop! my blog is http://aaronkarina.blogspot.com
    We went to BYU but just moved to texas! You and your husband are darling!

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  19. hahaha brian is the greatest :D and how do you have so much clothes?! oh wait, you always have ;) haha cant wait to hear more about your pregnant life ya cutie! infinite x's and o's! (p.s. sorry ive been such a terrible blogger lately! i will catch up) ;)

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  20. I hate folding laundry! Sad fact for me... I just let it sit in the dryer until we've worn most of the stuff in it. Once it gets practically empty, then I'll fold whats left :x haha

    http://semoore2.blogspot.com

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  21. i dislike folding laundry but i LOATHE hanging clothes up. if i try on like 5 shirts every day and just toss them on my bed every morning, i'm undoing my work faster than i can get it done. last year i decided "to heck with tradition" and stopped hanging things up, except for a very select few nicer items that require hanging. i put shelves in my closet where i used to hang things and i started just folding the clothes and stacking them. (can't say it's solved all my problems but it's 100% better than having to hang things.) just stickin' it to the man in these parts!

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  22. i dislike folding laundry but i LOATHE hanging clothes up. if i try on like 5 shirts every day and just toss them on my bed every morning, i'm undoing my work faster than i can get it done. last year i decided "to heck with tradition" and stopped hanging things up, except for a very select few nicer items that require hanging. i put shelves in my closet where i used to hang things and i started just folding the clothes and stacking them. (can't say it's solved all my problems but it's 100% better than having to hang things.) just stickin' it to the man in these parts!

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  23. Laundry, ahh! I'm pretty sure I share some of your sentiments...

    http://hypertheticallyspeaking.blogspot.com/2012/04/laundry-lament.html

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