The highs and lows of parenting and real estate.

Lesson of the Day

You’ve got to be on your game all the time; yes, as a real estate agent, but right now I’m talking about as a parent. Gray’s finally at the age where we don’t have to be in the same room with him at all times. This is kind of nice sometimes, but it has its unfortunate drawbacks:

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That is a toilet full of an entire roll of toilet paper. I discovered it this morning when I had laid Gray down for a nap and was getting ready to take a shower. Nice, right?

I’m smart enough to know that if I flush, the results will be disastrous, but not smart enough to have any other ideas as to how to take care of it. So right now I’m just leaving it until Jason gets home. I know, I know, you’re wishing right now you were married to me. Sorry, I’m taken.

5 Responses to Lesson of the Day

  1. OMG! Thanks babe, I cannot wait to come home. That kid is crazy…

  2. Kitchen gloves, your mop bucket lined with a plastic grocery bag, and some courage. You can do it!

  3. DUDE. I would so leave it too. I would continue to say “not my problem” in my head over and over and over again.

  4. if you had just closed the lid and not chosen to blog about it, you could’ve totally pulled off the ‘oh my god, when did that happen?’ reaction when jason discovered it. your bad.

  5. and who, besides me, has seen more than enough of the inside of this particular fixture in the Newlin household?

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