I watched a number or roommates ruin anodized aluminum stuff in the dishwasher too. It is usually baking sheets but I also had some camping kitchenware ruined by a roommate this way too. I fondly remember one roommate whose idea to use solve this issue was dumping a large pile of baking soda on the baking sheet and then pouring white vinegar over it while declaring “SCIENCE!!”.
I’m sure it never occurred to my parents to want to check up on me or have me check in on them. Their idea was: if we don’t hear anything, things must be OK. Was that a good policy? I don’t know. Goodell: I haven thought about that because right now, I think the focus is he got a lot of work to do, the family has a lot of work to do. We going to obviously provide whatever resources we can to help them work through that. At the same time, we going to continue to try to implement our policies and our, our revised education and training so that we can get to people and help people and their families make the wiser decision and know they have resources available..
No pink But we do have female animals because I don like being out numbered.dirty socks, prints on the walls, hair style on the cat, water river from the sink to the fish tank, the remote control cars/helicopter, the numerous amount of remote controls/controllers and games for XBOX/PS3/TV/DVD/Blue ray/PC linked to the TV/Dish that should be on display in order for him to find them and for me to avoid the where did you hide my stuff the tornado in the kitchen because he made a sandwich is all so familiar the only difference is that its just me and my husband with our 2 aquariums and adorable cat sometimes it easier to do it myself rather than tell him to pick up his socks or fight about it i can imagine having a boy who takes after his daddy and for the record i have a laundry basket in EVERY room in the house but for some reason the dirty socks find it more comfortable to reside NEXT to it instead than inside comment >Amanda (29) thank you for re assuring me that I not the only mom whose little boy has a weapon bin only we call it his :). So many of these are familiar the calling out from another room so I run catch him as he leaps off the couch; making sure to empty his pockets of his collection before I do laundry; the impressive amount of cars and/or legos that are always all over the house; and the prints on the walls. My son is 3, full of endless energy (and mischeviousness) and also one of the most tender hearted children you will ever meet.