The UNorganizer

Nothing was actually ruined in these pictures except my sanity…These were two separate incidences. Our youngest son apparently doesn’t like things to be put away!



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  • Anonymous

    I sincerely hope you drill air holes in that chest. Sadly, children have suffocated in chests like this which close and have no vent.

    • Anonymous

      Or screw 2 little round things to the lid, near the corners, so it can’t shut tight.

    • David Ramirez

      I was thinking the same thing

  • Anonymous

    Holy shit, it appears that we have twins separated at birth! My big girls room looks like this on a daily basis. The un-organizer is probably the best word you could have come up with to describe this!

  • Alexander

    “If you take it down, you put it back.”

    Rule 4 of 20 that my parents had for me when I was a child. Breaking the rules meant punishment, which was usually I had to pick a toy to give up to charity. I learned quick to not leave toys around, as that would mean I would have to give them up.

    Also taught me that less toys meant less to clean up.

    • Anonymous

      I can’t wait for you to have a kid. I really can’t. And then it can grow up and do all the things that you assume all these parents somehow “allow” to happen. Shit happens, kids empty toy boxes, they paint everything they’re not supposed to in a blink of the eye, and they most certainly do these things regardless of how many times you’ve said not to or how “well you’ve taught them”. Kids are not supposed to be seen and not heard, they come into your life with a bang and a lot of pushing and they will continue on to push you back for the next 60 years of your life if you’re lucky enough to live that long.

  • Riff Pepperpot

    Now that is a buttload of toys. Less is more, folks, less is more.

  • Deborah Blicher

    My son emptied his toy box nightly and slept in it. At naptime, he had a favorite cardboard box. What IS it about being in enclosed spaces, for some kids??

    • Sarah Hammett

      Well, to be fair, a dark enclosed space was their first home.

  • Anonymous

    At least he put himself neatly away when he was done. 🙂

  • Anonymous

    ohh i have one of these too. i try desperately to contain things in toy boxes, containers, etc. He just has to tip things out, empty containers, remove things from shelves, and then, to him, that’s much better. drives me mad!

  • BeQui Mangum Chidester

    My daughter is 2 1/2. She’ll spend 20 minutes cleaning her room with me, and as SOON as everything is put away, she dumps it all back out.

    • Nicole Davis

      Yep thats my 2 boys and my daughter.. or this is what they did last week… “mom we don’t wanna clean up our room.” thru everything downstairs behind the couch…

  • Anonymous

    Only *2* instances? You’re lucky. My 2 girls, 4 and 2, do this type of thing on a *daily basis* in their play room.