What I find are usually some of my favorite sights (well, minus when there is food or juice snuck in there). I love to see how their minds work and what they've created with the oodles of toys they are lucky to have.
So instead of being angry at the messes next time, I challenge you to take a look around and see not the dolls littering the floor, but the creativity that brought them to life earlier that day, or what is most important to them in the vast array of toys. I promise you, the smile will be worth it.
I love that she tucks barbie in with whatever she can find to make a blanket - in this case, a leg warmer. She loves playing "mom" and taking care of all her dolls.
This doll was actually my mom's. I adore how she puts all the jewelry on and really dresses them up!
This is how I know which Lego's are his favorite - they earn a space on an out-of-reach shelf.
And of course, he washes and rearranges his trophies often.
He collected these vinylmations on our trip to Disney. He adores them.
He learned this from me. Dart stick to televisions. And it makes a fun game to try and launch them at people on the screen...
An army of Skylanders, arranged in order from smallest to biggest.
Impromptu summer math equations, done on a sticky note stuck to the headboard. The kid loves school. He's soooo my child.
It's a party of Squinkies and Playmobil and Little Pet Shop randomness!
And, the one thing my daughter cannot live without - paper and crayons. This is a picture she's making for her first day of school, for her new teacher.