31 Days To Make A House A Home: Day 18: Below the Bathroom Sink

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I had no idea what I was going to blog about today.  If you've been following along, you can probably tell that I'm too scared to go into the baby's room I'm desperately in need of a second wind and I've been having a hard time coming up with posts.   Plus Anthony spent all night last night trying to crawl off the bed in his sleep so I'm a bit of a zombie.  Earlier I was playing on the floor with him, turned away for one second and then he was gone.  I swear that kid is a ninja.  I heard a crashing noise and did my missing baby lap.  Under the table?  No.  Kitchen?  No. Entryway?  No.  Bathroom?  Ding, ding, ding.  There he was, opening the doors below the sink, and pulling things out, things that had no place below a bathroom sink.  So that's what inspired today's post.

I will not be posting a picture, before or after, because no one should have to see what's under there- organized or not.  Mostly it's cleaning products (the few uncrunchy ones that I feel wasteful throwing away), random hair stuff from Paul, a gazillion things of perfume, forty thousand brushes and combs, extra tooshbrushes, and an occasional jump rope.

Yes, a jump rope.  And a barbie shoe.  And more feminine products than anyone can ever use in a lifetime, which is funny considering I haven't had a normal cycle since early 2011.  But I digress.

I threw away, I reconfigured, and am satisfied with the current state of my undersinkdom.

Tomorrow, maybe, I'll do some work in Anthony's room.  If I feel brave.

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