Last night, I complained--big time--to my kids about leaving piles of dirty laundry in their rooms. They are adults. I am willing to do their laundry. All I ask is that they bring it downstairs.

It is very disheartening to think I have the house pulled together only to go upstairs to see piles of dirty laundry. ugh.

We have discussed this with them over and over and over again. My son believes he is far too busy with work to deal with this. Really? He comes downstairs every day. Can't he bring his laundry? I'd settle for him throwing it over the banister!

My daughter is home all day with me and she spends a lot of time in her bedroom. How can she live with all that dirty laundry?

Uh no. Now I've gone and complained in this forum.

I keep telling my husband that if I keep doing what I'm doing, I'll keep getting what I'm getting. Something needs to change or nothing will change.

What are my options? Kicking them out? Not an option. Having them do their own laundry? Tried that and they'll keep piling it up.


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