Not only can the small mound of laundry procreate into a mountain of washing in the span of several hours but what our toothbrushes can do is just amazing!
I have five children. Sarah is not what I would call a germaphobe per se, but she does have what we like to call 'issues'. One of which is that her toothbrush must not even look at another toothbrush. It's sad really, the way she keeps it completely sequestered from all the other brushes. Because apparently the other toothbrushes are quite the outgoing bunch and invite friends to join them on a regular basis.
I was getting something out of the kids bathroom cabinet and found not five or six brushes but fifteen toothbrushes. Fifteen! And they weren't old-just-forgot-to-throw-away brushes either. All were fairly new and in mint condition.
Get it? Mint condition? You, know because tooth paste is min--never mind.
If you have a sec click on the Spivey Family link to the right. She had the cutest idea for costumes for her family this year and won a contest with her creativity and a little help from Publix.