The good clutter

No teacups.

No princess clothes.

No glittery things.

Not in this house. I live in a house full of boys. And I love it. This is an example of the things I see around here on a daily basis. As much as I can hate the clutter that kids cause, I know I’ll be sad when it’s gone. This is the good clutter. This is the clutter that makes our life ours. And I wouldn’t change it. But I will still tell them to clean up their room. If I don’t teach them, their future wives are going to hate me!

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