No one will understand this picture except my sister (and maybe mom and dad).
I'll explain. I don't know who invented this laundry game (probably my dictator older sis), but when we were kids we helped fold laundry, and the socks were our fav. We laid them all out, then would jump from the fireplace, and our feet had to land on a matching pair. I taught Olivia this game today and she was a pro after a few minutes.
It's not child labor if it's a game right?
Now is there a game that can teach her how to properly fold shirts?
He's from Oregon, she's from Tennessee, they met at Oklahoma Christian University, fell in love, graduated, got married, and decided to stick around OKC. A few years later there was a house, a dog, and a kid (in that order). This blog has chronicled their adventures in life together since their newlywed days.