Tuesday and Thursday are PRESCHOOL days! Yay! I don't know who loves it more, Thing 1 or Mommy.
This morning my husband got Thing 1 dressed for school. Thanks honey! Then I saw what Thing 1 was wearing. It was the exact same clothing that he had worn yesterday. The same jeans and fleece that he was wearing to play outside, to nap (and he is like mommy and sweats when he sleeps, lucky dude) and to eat his meals (which always end up on the clothes). I was all "whyyy did you put that on him?" and he was all "whhaaaat? he only wore it yesterday?" and I was all "yes, which means it is now dirty."
I will say that I am guilty of wearing my jeans more than one day, and occasionally my jeans have a speck of crust on them (I have children... and I eat every meal like I am standing in front of a trough). But generally speaking I wear fresh clothes every day. Because that is what you do when you have access to clean water and a washing machine... and because I am an adult and I don't like to smell bad, or walk around with snot... or avocado?, no, it's egg! smeared on my shirt. Call me crazy.
For the record, I know Thing 1 had a closet full of clean clothes to select from, because I had just done laundry (and even put it away. I know. I'm like a Wizard). My favorite part of my husband putting this outfit on him? He pulled it from the hamper, which contained other dirty clothes. I know this because I put them in the hamper last night. WTF?
For the record squared, Thing 1 changed into fresh clothes for school, and then I even brushed his hair. I know what you are thinking, and I too am waiting for my Mom of the Year plaque to arrive by FedEx any day now.
Here's my question to you: Does your significant other do this with your child?
Also: Does your significant other have to change his own clothes sometimes up to five times because everything he put on has been "recycled" and has food crusted on it?