Ever since Olivia has arrived, I’m pretty sure the washer and dryer have been going non-stop. The girl goes through a ridiculous amount of clothes, burp cloths, swaddling blankets, and bibs. It seems like every free moment Asheley has, she’s doing laundry and is well on her way to accomplishing her dream goal of becoming a laundry-folding ninja.
I’m so thankful for her. The amount of care she puts in day after day for our baby girl is tremendous. And yes, my baby’s momma also stays on top of doing all my laundry. I can’t stand doing laundry. Ugh it’s the worst… and she’s the best.
But that’s why we are a great team. We divvy up the chores and responsibilites around here. Her laundry room? The food store. Asking her to go food shopping is like asking me to run a load of wash. Where’s the detergent? How much do I put in? What temperature should that water be at? is replaced with Where’s cumin? What brand yogurt do you always get? I can’t find the rice cakes!!! Yup… the food store is totally my domain.
I absolutely LOVE the food store. Like, too much. It’s not even a chore to me. The key to having a successful food run? Be prepared. Plan out all your meals. And… have a list, organized by where everything is in the store. You’ll be in and out in no time.