Where no-one now is sleeping.
Oh my goodness, my computer area looks identical to that. And it has for as long as I can remember. Our play area often looks like yours too, though on a smaller scale. It gets cleaned approximately once a week, but it's in a much more public area. Otherwise I'd probably be more likely to clean the computer area because it's slower to get so messy again so is maybe more rewarding?
If its just a quick pick up, just throw all the toys on the shelves and in bins. They will all be dumped back out tomorrow, so what is the point of sorting??? :O) As for the desk, grab all the papers and stack them neatly (again...sort them later), throw the crown in the toy shelves, and Matt's gloves by the back door. And while you're at it, stick the vacuum by the front door so it looks like you're still in the middle of cleaning things up... :O) Wow! You've still got time to grab a bowl of ice cream, sit down, and admire your work...
Run away screaming? Ha ha ha. No, I guess I would tackle the floor area first. At least the other area has a clear walking space around it. Floor space is at a premium around here.
Hmm - probably the toy area for me. But that's because my kids play more with the toys when they are somewhat put away.Oh and are those new curtains? Love them!
What did you end up doing? :)My Snapshot Sunday is up!Have a good one,Marin
You guys are fantastic! lolI ended up doing the computer desk last night. Part of it anyway. SO many papers to file. Ugh.Love your suggestion about the vaccuum cleaner, Michelle. I'm adding that to my arsenal.
I'd grab a book and hide somewhere for two hours!
Hmmm...that's a toughie! Something we've started recently with Finn (that also worked for the olders when they were his age) to see how fast he could pick up everything that was yellow, then orange, etc. He thinks it's a fun challenge. :)
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