I've decided I need a list of rules for the children.
Things like "flush the toilet" and "wipe up splatters of toothpaste or pee" and such. Things that seem like common sense but apparently are not easily learned habits.
A normal person would probably just grab a sharpie and some note book paper, but I have drafted a copy in word, carefully scrutinized font sizes and types, checked pinterest for some layout ideas, checked the local print shop to see how oversized I could print it, opened up photoshop, and created a blog post about the process.
THIS IS WHY I DON'T GET THINGS DONE.
But honestly, all of those beautiful fonts are even more thrilling than the thought of that bathroom not smelling like pee.
(And really, it's pretty unlikely that posting the rules is going to be more effective than bitching at them about it 400 times a day.)
This is way more important than mopping, right?
Sounds about right to me.
If a beautiful sign would fix those things they would be selling them in Costco . Good luck with yours, I hope it works
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