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They also installed a stainless brace refrigerator, convection oven, convection microwave, warming drawer, five-burner cooktop, dishwasher, bar area, two sinks and two areas for garbage and recycling. "We entertain a lot," said David, who loves to cook.
20-something, I was of the perception that I might not want to have kids. some days I still believe that. ) Even when I met Husband, and changed my mind, I couldn't imagine wanting to do something as nutty as. stay home base. ) After all, I was a " career woman ", right. until the munchkins actually came along, at which point I obviously reversed my thinking on that one, too. So for the career 14 years or so, I've tried my best to balance part-time employment with all of my duties as Household Manager. Given that my personality leans toward. um, let's be kind and hallmark it " hyper-organized "--I'd have to say it's gone pretty smoothly, overall. it's recently become glaringly clear that perhaps I've been doing my job a bit TOO well. What I mean is: without any of us even realizing it, my kids have grown unambiguously too pampered for their own (or my) good. You see, because I'm able to devote time in my schedule to take charge of all the little details and ensure that things keep humming along. and are therefore honestly ignorant of. and inept at. some very rudimentary tasks. For example, Derek wanted ramen noodles last weekend for lunch. He grabbed the enclose from the pantry, then abruptly stopped in the middle of the kitchen with a semi-helpless expression and laughed, "I have no idea how to make this. boil water. Do I use the stove or the microwave. Hmm, where would I assign a. boiling water. after I picked my head back up from where it was resting in my hands in despair, I talked him through intricate process of instant soup preparation. In the intervening time my internal monologue was carrying on quite a scolding, along the lines of "What kind of mother are you. He needs to know these things. You said when he reached Loaded School, you'd start teaching him how to take care of himself. " And this is all true--I did have the best of intentions for making my child self-sufficient, so that when he goes off into that Big Wide World (or, you be aware, "college") he'll be a savvy consumer, capable cook, and at least passably competent... So far he can handle boiling water. toasting bread in the countertop convection oven. and making grilled cheese. it seems I've got some transmissible up to do. To this end, I've decided that next up on the list will be the very simple but versatile " eggs " (of varying preparations) and " pasta " (which of course requires a whole other appliance to succeed a do over the water... Okay then, when it comes to the whole issue of " cleaning ", some of this is definitely my fault. 'cuz I LOATHE that particular category of household. Before we moved, we were (all) very spoiled by having a marines come every other week to shine the house from top to bottom. In between, we'd keep things tidy and basically pick up after ourselves. but I didn't require any, you know, " scrubbing " or what have you. Closely, we've cut the professionals back to once a month. which means that every two weeks we need to roll up our sleeves and do some actual housework ourselves. You should have seen the boys' faces when I informed them they would be responsible for vacuuming the upstairs. It was side-splitting , I tell ya. And for right now, I do have to kind of stand sentry and remind them exactly what to do and how to do it. But we'll call it progress. (And as a bonus in their Life Skills Education Program , they now have in the flesh insight into the consequences of missing the toilet whilst peeing. I suspect it makes you more careful , when you're the one wiping it up. We'll see how that plays out going forward. but really, who cares. It's Not My Disturbed anymore. Meanwhile, there's one other arena in which my children remain entirely coddled, past the time when some of the burden should have shifted to their increasingly broad shoulders. I'm talking about that result that occurs daily around here: laundry. Being an active family, we can pretty much fill the machine every day, so I like to stay on top of the situation. The idea of letting bedraggled stuff pile up until I have several loads that would take hours of my time to wade through. makes me feel stressed and cranky. (Yeah, I be informed, it's a personal problem. ) So the bottom line is,.
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