Today’s Monday Listicles from Stasha at The Good Life is 10 Things in My Home.
So, I chose 10 Things In My Home That My Daughter Has Gotten Into in the Past Six Months. For those of you visiting for the first time, we adopted our daughter six months ago from China and she is active, which really is a ridiculous understatement. If you’ve been following me for the past six months you may remember some of these photos, so this might bore you to tears. But, at least now they’re all tied up together in a nice little package…er, post.
Raw Shea Butter: Okay, this one you can’t really see, so not as fun, but it’s there. Oh trust me, it’s there.
Fish Oil: Disgusting. Yeah. Those are under lock-n-key now.
Cetaphil Cream: The beauty of this is that she pulled the mat out so she wouldn’t get it on the carpet.
Mulberries I Picked From Our Tree: No, silly, of course that didn’t get on anything in the house, like the walls, carpet, clothes, and bedspread.
Sunscreen: I offered her a big giant wig and a red rubber nose, but she wouldn’t have any of that.
Lipstick: Apparently lipstick is not just for under the eyes, but also for the arms as well.
My Stinking Chapstick!: It’s not such a big deal that she uses it, but when she turns it all the way up and then tries to cram the lid back on… Anyone who knows about my addiction to Chapstick (or the cheap miserly generic alternate Chap-Ice) knows that this
turns me into a tasmanian devil or some other terrifying maniacal animal is less than desirable.
Your guess is as good as mine as to what in the heck is on the mirror. This is what I do all day; I go around taking pictures of crap in my house for my blog.
A Book: I came in from the garden and found her in a book. Between the book and the book jacket. I got really mad at first because it was a library book and all I could think of was the $567, or something close to that, they would charge me to get a new one. Then I snapped a picture.
Lamp Shade: I didn’t have pictures of the 6,246 other things she’s gotten into, so here’s a shot of my son with the lampshade he broke. Nothing like a good wrestling match in the living room to tear up a floor lamp. Nice.
What are some things your kids have gotten into…or broken?