Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Wordless Wednesday -As usual not really wordless ;)

Now, that school has been in session for awhile - We've got a stack of school papers. Mostly from my son as seen in the picture -A school bus he decorated,a "tooth" he painted,various papers he's colored,and even a letter the teacher helped write and my son decorated. You might be able to tell what my son wants to do with the papers -put ALL of them on the fridge which he did the other day. Around here there's a few things that might get tossed -like the mouth with "teeth" made from marshmallows -after our dog ate a couple of the marshmallows-crazy dog! But,for the most part I keep a lot of it -The kids each have a school box -and my plan is at the end of the school year/summer we look through it and see what we really want to keep-That's the plan anyway. What's your system for school papers?

5 comments:

Real Housewives of Oklahoma said...

Our fridge looks almost the same! It's so hard to decide what to keep and what to throw away.

I have boxes for the special stuff as well. I don't really have a system though. That would take time and organizational skills. I have neither. LOL!

Thanks for linking up today!

~Mrs. A

MommaAmma said...

I trash anything not cute enough to hang on the wall. I sound like a creativity nazi. Sometimes B spots something in the trash and I swipe it out and gasp "how did that get in there!?!" then immediately hang it on the refrigerator. Then throw it in the trash after bedtime. I do keep a lot! Promise. I frame and hang what I can in their playroom.

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Jennifer Lavender said...

I like the idea of keeping a box to go through at the end of each year.

Jenny, Crash Test Mommy said...

I have one of those long gift-wrapping storage bins under my bed for each of my kids and I sort through and decide what to keep each day. I know if I waited until the end of the year, I would never go back and get rid of stuff, so I have to do it as it comes in.

Nice to see you at Tulsa Blogger Meetup last night!