If the one you leave in charge does this to her wall:You can only expect the youngest to do this:
Why are my kids not all gouged with swiss cheese like this pile of their clothes? And why do they insist on taking the ribbing off their sweatshirts? I shouldn't complain, once I went to pick up Enigma from her class after church when she was about 6, and she had undone the seam all the way down her arm and sides, the top was only still on because she had a ribbed collar at the top.
Follow the yellow cracker road... What is it with this child? He's always leaving trails like this. Notice that someday I might have a real floor. Part of the tile is down.
We are on our third splint since Memorial Day. I guess the real mystery is why isn't this boy breaking his bones every other day?
Stonehenge is a mystery and so is this. The garbled explanation had something to do with trying to keep water in. Maybe they were trying to build their own swimming pool? I'd set up the pool if we ever had weather to inspire it.
Lastly, things a singleton can't do with himself. This also explains the condition of their clothes a little better and why I rarely buy them anything that isn't from a second hand shop.