United States
March 17, 2010 7:44am CST
Okay, many people who have children know that keeping them and your home completely spotless is rarely possible. If you know how to do this, please let me know.
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@dragon54u (31638)
• United States
17 Mar 10
When I had children I learned very quickly that if I tried to keep my house spotless I would go insane! I settled for keeping it clean and comfortable and if I didn't have time to dust or pick up all the toys, it looked "lived in". Just as my grandma said, a spotless house has no personality. She also said that a dirty child is a happy child--it showed that the child had been busy having fun and dirt never harmed anyone. That's not to say your house should be a pigsty or that your child should be caked in filth, but you should not expect yourself to be perfect. Life is too short to be a perfectionist!
• United States
18 Mar 10
Thank you for your insight. I greatly appreciate it. I too have learned that I would go insane. But, my children were never caked in dirt, but I dont expect myself to be perfect, but DHS does expect me to be perfect in everything that I do. I hate that they do this, I mean even they arent the perfect parent, but they expect you to be.
@AmbiePam (50278)
• United States
17 Mar 10
Check their closets! I would bet money that when company comes over, people start stuffing their closets full of the stuff that was lying around the house!