Perfect Moment Monday: step toward independence

My kids now fold their own laundry. And put it away.

Yee haw!

Need I say more?
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1. Robin practices the fine art of communication with three nieces of different ages and stages and communication tools.

2. Marge in Real Life has a moment or two on a tramp (probably not what you think).

3. Melissa and a friend are reminded of the (sometimes) forgotten blessing of health.

4. Farm Wife and her Children of the Corn share a quintessential Fall day, complete with glowing pumpkins and the beginnings of a practical joke.

5. Kami marks a sad birthday, yet feels a sense of peace about what IS.

6. Lollipop Goldstein (of the newly short hair) gets a new container of gel in exchange for the bad one.

7. Martha observes some tight family ties.

8. Cara hits a triple: naps, two simultaneously, without interruption. Wow!

9. Geohde got seven hours sleep. In a row….(way to go, Saag and Naan!)

10. Yours?

0 thoughts on “Perfect Moment Monday: step toward independence”

  1. Gah! I forgot my perfect moment post. Can it be getting a new container of gel in exchange for the bad one today?Now you need them folding YOUR clothes too :-)

  2. My perfect moment is this moment – recognizing the things that didn’t work out the way we had hoped as well as the things that are going well. I’m feeling at peace on LB’s 4 month birthday and Ernest’s 4 year anniversary of his birth.

  3. Gah! I forgot my perfect moment post. Can it be getting a new container of gel in exchange for the bad one today?Now you need them folding YOUR clothes too :-)

  4. My perfect moment is this moment – recognizing the things that didn’t work out the way we had hoped as well as the things that are going well. I’m feeling at peace on LB’s 4 month birthday and Ernest’s 4 year anniversary of his birth.

  5. I’m impressed, we are getting there. I posted a Perfect Moment picture. Sending my best for a great week to you and your family.

  6. I’m impressed, we are getting there. I posted a Perfect Moment picture. Sending my best for a great week to you and your family.

  7. Independence for <>whom<>, YOU, or THEM?OK, isn’t that just a BIT ostentatious, rubbing your <>perfect<> mothering into the face of your lesser (me)?I always feel like such a fool when other people’s kids are more responsible than mine. Time to get back into a shape-up program for the mothering Olympics. I obviously have a long way to go.

  8. Independence for <>whom<>, YOU, or THEM?OK, isn’t that just a BIT ostentatious, rubbing your <>perfect<> mothering into the face of your lesser (me)?I always feel like such a fool when other people’s kids are more responsible than mine. Time to get back into a shape-up program for the mothering Olympics. I obviously have a long way to go.

What say you?