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Am i being unreasonable re kids bedroom

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misdee · 01/01/2007 14:33

eldest dd's share a room. there is plenty of storage in there for toys etc, clothes in one place, dressing up box and 2 boxes under bed. i ask them to kweep their room tidy. lately they have been cleaning it rather quickly. so today i busted them, and have pulled toys out of the wardrobe, under beds, down sides of drawers etc and told them to clear it properly. there is a mountain of dirty laundry in amongst it all ,as well as cups. There isnt enough room for a dirty laundry bin in there, but they tend to get dressed/undress in the front room and carry it through to the bathroom anyway.

so am i being a mean mummy by making them do it again?

OP posts:
SherlockLGJ · 01/01/2007 14:35

Not at all.

Meanie Mommies rule.

SparklyGothKat · 01/01/2007 14:35

oh come on misdee, don't you remember us shoving everything under the beds... but yes I think they should do it again... lol

QuootiepieTheHogmanayAss · 01/01/2007 14:36

no. It's only one room. I used to have to clean the whole house! They need to learn to do things properly, as you ask.

misdee · 01/01/2007 14:36

surprsingly they arenmt whinging about it!


i know sparkly. and we always got caught and made to do it properly.


dd1 is flittering about like a mad thing worting it all out!

OP posts:
SparklyGothKat · 01/01/2007 14:38

I think all kids do that tho.. lol well done my sneaky nieces.....

StarrmumofRoyalBeautyBright · 02/01/2007 17:35

No such thing as a too mean mummy!

DimpledThighs · 02/01/2007 18:32

no - it is a valuable lesson to learn.

I would say they will thank you for it one day, but I sincerely doubt it!

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