Tag: Durability

Kids, Moms, and Grandmas All Love Lucky & Me!

It doesn’t quite seem right that I’m going to be a grandmother while I still have a child in elementary school. I know it’s illogical that I don’t feel old enough when people in their thirties can be grandparents if they have a child young and their child has a child when she or heRead more »

Proper Care Instructions for Clothing

Do you follow the care labels on your family’s clothes? I don’t, not always.  If they’re just a little bit dirty, I wash my daughter’s clothes in cold water, per the instructions. Wash in cold water seems to be the default instruction these days for all types of clothing– it’s more environmentally friendly.  But sometimes her clothes really needRead more »

The Importance of Durability

As I do my fifth load of laundry of the day, I wonder how my mother survived three kids– potty training accidents, wet beds, two boys who liked to bring home tadpoles and watch them turn into frogs in the bathroom sink. One small girl can overwhelm me at times– sometimes it’s the ceaseless laundryRead more »