he knows better,
there are tissue boxes within reach.
He makes a mess of the couch (three different back pillows)
covered in nose mess, and even though we make him wipe it down til it's clean with a wet cloth, HOW ON EARTH do you get the message across to prevent future mishaps?
I often find junk on the walls too, and I calmly give him the clorox wipe and sometimes it takes him 5 minutes before it finally comes off. I make sure he understands that if he hadn't have done it initially, then this chore wouldn't have been assigned to him. Why doesn't he OPT to use tissues? How old are they before they finally grasp this simple concept?
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