Wednesday, March 16, 2011

An Obsession

The other day as I looked around my home
I was reminded of a joke that my youngest son would tell when he was a preschooler. He would ask, "Mom, what's under there?"
to which I would reply, "Under where?"
and then he would begin to snicker as only a little boy can
who thinks he tricked his mother into saying a naughty word.Well it seems that I have
an "under where" obsession
. Nearly every item in my home that has space under it I have managed to fill. Yes, I do seem to enjoy "what's under there."

13 comments:

Jennifer @ Studio JRU said...

LOL... nice to see I am not the only one with an 'under where' obsession! :)

Carla said...
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CosmoGirl Carla said...

Me too!!! I'm an "under where" obsessive type as well. Gotta fill those empty spaces!

Thanks for sharing.

Barbara Jean said...

cute, and good use of space i would say.

blessings
barbara jean

Angela said...

Nice photos and a reminder of my son's little boy joke...when I said I loved something, he'd say, "Well why don't you marrwy it then?"

Sherry @ No Minimalist Here said...

Me too! Hubby could not understand why my choice of console table had to have a big enough space underneath to display things.
xo.
Sherry

Kelli said...

Speaking as someone who just put an end table under a sofa table because there wasn't any other place to put it...Thank you!!! It's so nice to know I'm not alone! Phew

Embellish said...

I look at it as utilizing space however, I am sure there is more to it because I also like things I can put something in for instance, jars. Don't get me started.

Taija said...

Cute! What a fun post!! My kids enjoy that joke too!

Anji Johnston said...

Priceless!

Wanda said...

I also do this, and love the way it looks! Glad to know I'm not the only one out there doing it. Love your blog!

Wanda said...

I also do the "under where" thing. Love the look it gives to our homes. You have a great blog.

Amber said...

this is too cute!

thanks for sharing :)

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