FOF Observation #1

Ok folks - I am starting an ongoing thread. The "FOF Observations". I will share with you my readers, short little "one line" observations that I have made (or will be making) on being the father of a large family. You will be able to access each of the posts in a cohesive list by clicking on the "The FOF Observations" link in the "Perpetual Posts" group on the left side of the screen.

So, without further ado, may I present to you my inaugural FOF Observation....

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Today it sunk in (as I was cleaning the bathroom) that having a family of seven (with 4 "younger" children) that we go through almost (if not more that one on some days) an entire roll of toilet paper each day.

It does not help that one of my children is "toilet paper challenged" (and uses much more than necessary to "get 'er done") and another likes to peel off a square or two and "shred" it into little pieces as she "passes the time". (I'll try to get a good pic of the "aftermath" of one of the "shredding" sessions. It looks like a hamster was using the toilet!)

I was enlightened to this fact when I picked up two empty cardboard TP rolls that the kids left on the floor, and then noticed two more in the bathroom trash while throwing the first two away...

1 comment:

  1. OMG - I have been dying for a reason to put this out there...

    FOF - you could benefit from Sheryl Crow's "Master Plan"! You're so lucky!


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