Old, used furniture makes child happy

This is a snarky chuckle that kids and adults have different priorities and perspectives. The case in point: our living room furniture.

Our friend has a fancy house on a hill, which is always showroom-ready since he rents it out when he’s not living in it.

Olivia remarked, “The furniture isn’t comfortable. You know how ours is old and used and it’s fluffy to sit in? His is hard, unused, and not comfortable because you don’t sink into it.”

…Thanks for pointing that out? 

(Ours is also fluffy because there are six plushy lap blankets and ten randomly covered throw pillows dotting the furniture; you should know by now mismatching is a foregone conclusion.)

*sigh* Despite the “ouch” factor to that brutal honesty, I’m glad she likes home. Fluffy old sofas and everything.

This is the nicer sofa. The other, I'm too embarrassed to show you!

This is the nicer sofa. The other, I'm too embarrassed to show you!