If i didn’t have David, I am not kidding, I would probably come home from vacations and wait weeks before actually doing the laundry haha, I DESPISE laundry! We for some reason had an excessive amount after Paris, I think because we forgot to do any before we left so it all just piled up. Sometimes I think to myself “Atticus has no clothes!!!” Then I finally go through the hampers and realize he has more clothes than he will ever need. Laundry feels like the most unproductive activity since Atticus is by my side pulling everything out of the washer as I put it in, throwing everything out of the clean basket onto the floor, and then once they are finally folded they end up getting yanked out of drawers. (or he pushes the basket of folded clothes off the bed, like in the photo above, ha!) Which is actually SO adorable and hilarious, so its hard to care and not laugh about it or stop him, but still.. it feels like the most drawn out task ever even with all the giggles. Laundry is A’s favorite thing and thinks sitting in the basket, helping with pouring the detergent, washing the machine start, etc is just HILARIOUS so he makes it fun. Hopefully he thinks its funny until the day I can tell him to do his laundry 😉
We have mentioned Seventh Generation products many times before here on the blog. We have used them for our cleaning, laundry, and baby needs for over a year now and we absolutely love them!!! I get extremely itchy skin (like I am talking I have a wire bristle brush by my bed that I scratch my legs with – so gross and weird I know but its bad!!) and I have to be super selective about the products I put on my skin and especially what I wash my clothes with. We use the Seventh Generation laundry detergent for sensitive skin and it works wonders. It is also nice that their products are all baby friendly, which is the main reason we decided to try them out in the first place. I like knowing I can clean A’s highchair tray with cleaner that is safe and he can eat off it after without me worrying. And I love knowing his clothes don’t have all these crazy chemicals in them!
*Thank you to Seventh Generation for sponsoring this post!