People. A man who works 55 hours a week seriously deserves clean socks. No matter how many babies under two there are!
My husband rarely has clean socks.
Monday is laundry day and there is a second "floating" laundry day, but this laundry dilemma will need a little structure to make clean socks happen. I think the ambiguous laundry day is the reason that on Sunday morning I am hurrying into the laundry room to throw load after load of laundry to wash. Not quite the best use of our free time with Tyler home from work!
So here is the rotation I will be trying out over the next two weeks. On November 5th I will let you know how this worked out and any adjustments that were made/will be made at that point.
My ultimate goal is to not have to touch the washer and dryer on Sunday...hmmm...aspiring...and for my husband to always have clean socks (And no it isn't that we have too few. He has over six pairs of socks!) Maybe I'm just an extremely naive young mother. Time will tell!
Hopefully having a routine will allow me to line-dry more clothes, as I can plan around knowing what clothing is washed on certain days. That would be so awesome. Line drying is freeeeeeeeee! And we love free.
In the meantime, let's wash and roll!
Retreat from the laundry (Hopefully!)
Monday (An Official Wash Day)
Reds (if enough, otherwise put with Darks)
Bath (towels, washcloths, hand towels, etc.)
Kitchen (rags, cloths, etc.)
Uniforms (Tyler's load - this is also any seriously dirty clothes that might not be uniforms)
Special (anything that requires more thought than "dump, wash, dry")
Thursday (Unofficial Wash Day)
Do you have a washing routine or washing routine tips?
I would love to know how women maintain peace with this never-ending chore (which I don't hate, just looking for a rhythm).