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Multi-tasking

Multi-tasking

February 5, 2006

This is probably the only thing that I like about having a double sink.

multi tasking

I kept trying to encourage him to make himself useful and wash the dishes while he was bathing, but it was to no avail. The only interest he had was in eating the old wet food or tossing the dishes on the ground. I completely understand the latter. Many days I feel like doing that rather than washing them also. Strangely I have never felt like doing the former.

Posted by Chris @ 11:25 am  

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  1. Jamie says:

    So cute! I just discovered your blog and really enjoy it. I’ve always had this thing about living in a big old yellow house. :)

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  3. Jennifer says:

    i love your baby! he is so cute!

  4. wordgirl says:

    Either you are washing some french fries or you’re deep-fat frying the baby. Both make a really cute picture.

  5. SaucyMomma says:

    I’m still pondering the fact that with 7 children you use real plates. UberMom!

    In our previous home I had a commercial sized stainless sink in which all three of my babies could bathe. I miss that sink.

    Love the Big Yellow House.

  6. Flutter says:

    A baby in the sink always makes my heart melt from the cuteness!

    What a sweet little one you have!

  7. kalisah says:

    hee hee!

  8. Debbie says:

    Do you have to stop yourself from biting him??? God it makes you want more kids. And I have PPD so thats saying something.

  9. Moonface says:

    cute! i’ve often read about giving your kids a bath in the kitchen sink, but i’ve never done it - then again, i dont have seven kids!

  10. Ms. Mamma says:

    Nothing but devastatingly adorable!

  11. Meg says:

    AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!CUTENESS IS TOO MUCH>>>>

  12. Jennifer says:

    If I had one of those in my sink, I would almost certainly enjoy doing dishes more. Instead, I have cat hair and half-eaten bowls of cereal in mine. Not quite as inspiring somehow.