Then Megan and Daniel set the table for dinner while Joshua tidied up the livingroom. Here they are sorting through the cutlery drawer.
The reality of the movers being here soon has really set in. I went through Megan's room again today, sorting and organizing. I took one look under her bed and nearly fainted. I'm so glad I looked now instead of when the movers move her mattress/boxsprings off the bedframe. She's a little packrat - there were empty Kleenex boxes filled with socks, a half a dozen cherries from Hi-Ho Cherry-Oh, bunches of her playfood, all of her My Little Ponies, one of her dolls that she had picked all the stuffing out of, and all the stuffing was all over the place. Not to mention the light-pegs to the Light-Bright, a feather boa and about 30 loose feathers. I promise, I keep a cleaner house than this! She's got her father's pack-rat genes, so when she's bored, she climbes under her bed to play with her treasures. The good news is that a couple of hours later, all the puzzles were put back together, the trash had been taken out, the carpet had been vaccumed and all the ponies got their hair cut (they were a matted tangled mess). Now, all of her toys are sorted, and her boxsprings and mattress are on the floor, lest she hoard anything else in the next few weeks!