drawers and drawers

If you’re friends with me on Facebook or follow me on Twitter (or both, you little web stalker you) you likely saw the snappy I posted a few days ago of Norah removing every item from the pots and pans drawer in our kitchen and placing each somewhat neatly on the floor. This is pretty much par for the course these days and is, of course, standard behavior for toddlers. But even though almost every toddler in the universe goes through the drawer unloading phase, it’s clearly much more amusing and amazing when Norah does it because she’s Norah and she’s our toddler and our toddler is number one. In addition to amusing and amazing, it’s often also frustrating and irritating as she definitely hasn’t entered the drawer reloading phase and needless to say, mama and dada do a lot of picking things up these days. BUT, even after the 100th time that I shoved all of Pete’s drawers back into his drawer (I’ve completely forgone refolding at this point), I could not help but be totally tickled over what she did with said drawers after their chaotic removal…

That would be three pairs of plaid boxer shorts and one pink sippy cup artistically placed in one purple  dog dish. Did she intentionally select the three plaid pairs? Probably not. But damn that’s cute. And yes, those off to the side are blue boxers with orange basketballs. Go Gators.

Elderland out. XO.



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