Since becoming a mom I find myself washing more non-lingerie items in my lingerie bag that actual lingerie.
LOL.. What’s lingerie? I haven’t heard that word used in my house since, umm…. my daughter was born almost 12 years ago?
Ha! The word lingerie only gets used in regards to the lingerie bag as in “Cody, lets put Kissy Shrimp in the lingerie bag when we wash him so his antennas don’t get damaged.”
it’s the best place for little socks – that way they stay MATCHED!
Ohh, I like the way you think! Why haven’t I though of that? Well, that is one more non-lingerie item to go in my lingerie bag. 🙂
Thanks for the comment.
lol uproariously – creativity at its best
Thank you! One does not want their children’s stuffed animals to be damaged during their many runs through the wash. 🙂
I’m with the American Calgarian…and I can’t even remember where the lingerie bag is! Probably used by a smaller individual in our house to catch a snake at some point…
Yes, American Calgarian’s comment made me laugh out loud. For some reason I can’t quite understand, I have three or four lingerie bags. They mostly get used for the boys’ swimsuits and stuffed animals. Occasionally when I think about it I wash a bra in one, but that is getting pretty fancy for laundry time around here. Back in the day they were used almost exclusively for nursing pads – even less glamorous than stuffed animals.
Doesn’t a cotton T-shirt count anymore?
Oh, I think it does, with bonus points if there are no mysterious children related stains on it.
I gave up the whole lingerie bag when years ago my son put his disgusting baseball socks in it – and when I asked him why, he indignantly told me they needed to be handled with care.
Hahaha – those baseball socks, you know, need to be treated with the utmost of care. Nasty!
I hear ya. I washed a little pink tutu just this past weekend in my lingerie bag!
Ahh, a little pink tutu. I think a lingerie bag is completely justifiable for that one. Although it is still not lingerie…
Thanks! Just another example of my altered reality since having children. 🙂
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