Thursday, July 10, 2008

Out-of-the-Way Clean

Out-of-the-Way Clean: verb. A young child's version of cleaning, which involves simply moving things out of the way.

The other day, Monkey Son #1 came to me and told me that he was building a castle in his room. He does this by utilizing boxes and large toys. It's not uncommon for him, and thought nothing of it. But then he told me that he cleaned his room, so that he has room for the castle.

"Really?" I asked.

"Yes," he replied, "I put everything under the crib."

Well, I guess under Monkey Son #2's crib is technically out of the way, I guess...

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