There are certain things that I assume. Wrongly.
I assume that when my daughter pukes all over me and most of the living room that I can rely on a certain other grown-up that I live with to instinctively KNOW what needs to be done. I will clean the baby up. I will clean myself up. I will calm the screaming infant down. I will change the child into new, non-puked on clothing. I will change the child's diaper. I will rock the screaming, puking infant to sleep.
I assumed... wrongly... that SOMEONE would wipe up the puke on the floor.
Apparently SOMEONE decided to throw some tea towels over the puke on the carpet and "let it dry out".
It would seem that I am the only one in my household who knows that DRIED ON puke is a million times harder to clean out of already compromised carpet than it would be to simply wipe clean while it is still "fresh".
Hey. Let’s be friends.
10 hours ago