Granted, she's home all day, most days, and so is engaged at one point or another with almost everything she has (and I did purge/donate in January), but it's getting to the point where I'm kind of embarrassed to have people over. Unless they have kids Daisy's age, in which case, they're thrilled to have something to occupy them.
The irony, of course, is that this is supposed to be/was our "adult" room. We have a family room but since the dogs essentially "live" in it (read as furry, smelly den) and we put in hard-wood floor (read as multiple opportunities for toddler head bonks) we have kind of let ourselves live in the living room. Which was totally not my plan. Not at all.
What was my plan?
Something like this...
... but with a bit more color/vibrance. Great for conversation, reading, relaxing, cocktails... you know, ADULT STUFF.
Instead, my living room (and what was formerly a dining room, before I sold the dining room table and all-but gave-up on having an adult dinner for, oh, say, 10 years) looks like this
Yeah, you can gasp now.
How do YOU manage your kids' things? Do you just not have as much stuff as we do? Obvy, I need tips.
HELLLLLLLLLLP! I am drowning in Fisher Price!