^^ Chalet, my mother really did sleep in a drawer as a baby! My grandparents were very young and poor, and that was all they had to put her in. Of course they didn't close it up though, I think they must've just set it on the floor.
I think it's adorable. (Of course Grimm would close the drawer - well not really).
Here's another question: Can anyone see a need for an in home service like this? It sounds sort of "reality show" on paper, but putting the money issue aside, do you know parents that would welcome it?
For example: A working mother to be who has no time and wants someone to produce the baby's room (order and follow up), organize baby shower gifts, fill in what is needed, and help them learn how to maintain their space with period visits as they grow into toddlers.
Again, it all depends on what is important to you and how you want to live. My friend who is developing the service has fellow mom's saying they wish they could be like her. Her philosophy as a new mother is to remove as much stress as possible so that she can enjoy the baby.
and there seems to be an increasing amount of people around without
common sense. I have a friend who set up her own "personal organizer"
business and on her website she explains that SHE is not going to
physically clean anything or clear any mess up, but that she "teaches"
people how to organize their messes. I managed to shut her up when
I simply said: boxes and labels, any idiot can do that, but it's the really
dumb and lazy people who pay up to $ 100 an hour to have somebody
TELL them (how) to do it.
Of course, from her perspective she's damned smart, making that
amount off of dumb and lazy people.
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