Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Febreeze

Hubby and I were doing our usual morning shuffle, trying to force three kids out of the house who usually don’t want to go.  He had picked out clothes for the boys, and I picked out Darling Daughter’s outfit.  (It’s best when I pick it out, because then she matches and doesn’t look like a boy).

I put her in this cute Hanna dress with jeans.  I could not find the Hanna leggings for the life of me.  They are probably stuck somewhere in our always-full laundry baskets that sit undisturbed in the laundry room for a week (or sometimes weeks) before being washed.  I went digging through the laundry basket in her closet.  Yes, sometimes I stoop this low.  There is not enough time in our day to get everything done.

I found a perfectly “clean” pair of jeans for her to wear, except for one piece of oatmeal stuck on them, which I promptly picked off and put into the trash.  I dressed her, and we went downstairs.  Then it was shoe time, and as I sat her in my lap to put her shoes on I realized that she smelled.  Or rather, the jeans smelled, somewhat like mildew, which makes no sense, unless something in her laundry basket was wet and set upon them. 

I looked for Hubbyand asked, “Can you bring me the Febreeze?”

Yes, I confess: I febreezed my Darling Daughter’s pants.

4 comments:

  1. So now she was cute and smelled good!

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  2. Reagan Bergstresser-SimpsonFebruary 10, 2013 at 5:55 AM

    LOL, this baby blog reminds me of college. :) I'm look forward to the adventures. 

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  3. It's funny how parenthood mimics college! LOL. It is fun. I know you will enjoy being a parent.

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  4. Correction: She is always cute. She just was dressed like a girl, which is somewhat important when you have no hair, and smelled good!

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