Yesterday I got daughters bed removed before we got home, and went to set up gs room as his very own again. Glad I never changed the Elmo scenes and wallpaper. He said EEWWW at the trash under the bed where it had been removed. He helped me clean it up and throw out the garbage and sort the toys. Then I ran the vaccuum. He was jumping up and down giggling. He loves the vaccuum. Then he grabbed his car bed and was trying to drag it. Of course it didn't budge, but he was grunting and pulling! I asked if he wanted to move it. He says "uh huh" I asked him where and he pointed to where the other bed had been. So I drug it over to that side of the room. He then points to where the car bed had been, and it needed vaccuuming also. He was pointing and saying "dirty dirty dirty!!!" He then points to the vacuum. At 2 1/2, he likes a clean room.
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