From the outside, while driving around town, I totally look like I Rock the Mini. The honk I received the other day from a young, hot guy tells me so. (It had nothing to do with the light turning green.) But once I park and hit the button on those oh-so convenient sliding doors, the truth reveals itself.
For some reason, my kids seem to be confusing my minivan as a trash can/storage unit. Yep, you name it, you can probably find it on the floor of my mini. And when the wind picks up, heaven help me as the napkins go flying sending me running through the parking lot trying not to make Mother Nature mad. ( That's what I get for telling my kids about Mother Nature's fury when it comes to littering)
So here I am turning to you to make me feel better about myself. (Selfish, I know.) What's on the floors of your minivan (or other much lamer vehicle)?
How can I fix it? (And if you say just pick it up on your way inside like my brilliant hubby, you obviously are not thinking about the 5 bags, one lovey, drink and sleeping baby in my arms.)