Can someone please explain this to me? I do laundry twice or thrice a week. The kids all sort their own laundry and we have one of those hampers with three sections in it next to the washing machine. Nothing gets put into the hamper by anyone other than the boys. The KoD and I do our laundry separately after a few mishaps with the kids leaving pens and other interesting stuff in pockets that weren’t checked, and well, I have some ruined clothes.
My office is literally six steps away from the washing machine and drier, so it’s no big deal to throw in a load.
Every single time I do laundry there is a pile of stuff that belongs to no one. The kids get home from school, take their stuff and fold it and put it away (allegedly). But there is always a pile of unclaimed stuff. How does that happen? THEY put their stuff in to be washed. I washed what THEY put in – how can these socks and tee shirts and whatever else belong to none of them?
Can someone explain that to me?