While cleaning our house, I typically try to restrict the dogs to a room or two in order to have reasonable productivity. I’m sure you’ve all heard the joke that cleaning a house with dogs is like trying to brush your teeth while eating Oreos, and I tend to agree. Below is what it usually looks like…
There is a lot going on in that photo! But then, sometimes Georgia decides to get extra adorable.
With beds on beds on beds, I wonder if she can still feel the dog bone underneath? If not, we all know she can smell it 😉
I have to admit, this graphic perfectly sums up my life! I can’t count how many times I’ve started to clean our house, realized that resistance is futile, and resorted to cuddling/playing with the dogs instead! For us, the two biggest issues are lingering dog hair (I swear, it’s everywhere!) and muddy paws on the hard floor surfaces. The other problem is that no matter how many times I pick up the dog toys, they seem to find themselves scattered all over the house seconds later.
Our dogs know how to party… they make custom confetti!
I try to put the dogs out from under foot when I’m cleaning, but most of the time, their faces remind me what a mean mommy I am!
How could you do this to us?
Do you have issues with a messy house that you can blame on your dogs?