I sure hope you kept the box so you know what the finished puzzle looks like...

26 comments:

Angie Ledbetter said...

Eww! So so glad I'm past the stage of dealing with any kind of appliance that looks like that. Now we're on to fun teen things, and THEY put the tech stuff together for ME. :)

WeaselMomma said...

My secret to this is never wash the cushions. Just throw it away and get a new one when they become soiled. And I wonder why I never have money.

jill said...

*grin*....i soooo remember those days...

jill jill bo bill said...

I have to agree with Angie. Just wait a couple of years and Rhett will figure how to put it back on.

Texan Mama @ Who Put Me In Charge said...

OOH I love puzzles like that. The stank from carseats is too much for me to handle so i wash those covers all the durned time.

HOpe you get it figured out. If not, just use a pillow for cushion!

Teresa R said...

snort! I so don't miss the car seats. Cute way of presenting the frustration.

Valarie Lea said...

Thank goodness I don't have to do that anymore!

Rachael said...

Oh, I have been there done that.

MoziEsmé said...

Did you get it figured out - with no missing pieces? I love the photo effects...

Domestic Goddess (In Training) said...

You think that's bad... wait til you get into Barbie houses and train sets. We have a train set I still can't put together. I keep looking for the "assemble with duct tape" step on the instructions!

Angie's Spot said...

Seriously! I shudder to think at the bacteria that is probably multiplying with great force on my kids seats because I flat out refuse to disassemble them for cover washing. Yep, that's me...Mother of the Year.

Jenn @ Juggling Life said...

Back in the day we didn't have car seat covers--they were part of the car seat and they were just gross.

Jenni Jiggety said...

Remember the good old days when us kids could just roam around the backseat unrestrained???

Kara said...

Ugh, yes! My son threw up in his carseat, so I had to pull it all apart to wash it. After just reassembling the "jigsaw puzzle", I realized that there was still vomit on the one part I hadn't pulled off. I may possibly be just covering that part with a blanket so I don't have to pull the puzzle apart again...

Brittany said...

HAHA! I have seen that very puzzle everytime I have to wash one of my seat covers. they NEVER fit the same!

Jennifer H said...

I once had to do that in the parking lot at Wal-mart, in the heat of summer. I'm so glad to be past that.

Good luck. :-)

~Jamie said...

THIS is why my carseat is so digusting right now... I only take it out for puke... those are the rulez. :)

Happy Campers said...

HHAHAHAHAHAH~ The first time I took apart Reese's carseat as a baby I thought I was going to lose my mind trying to put it back together! Did you get it fixed??

Teri said...

I so remember those days. Gotta wash the cushion, but how in the world do you get that back on the seat?

♥georgie♥ said...

I am soooo glad the car seat days are behind me....now I just have other issues to deal with

Elaine A. said...

Perhaps you have the same dread for carseats that I do. UGH!

Threeundertwo said...

Ah, how I don't miss the days of 3, count em, 3 carseats in the car.

Jason, as himself said...

And this is before you even try to put it in the CAR!!! The worst is when it's 110 degrees and you're struggling to get it in correctly and the baby's crying. . . why can they send a man to the moon but they can't invent an easy carseat?

Booster seats on the other hand...LOVE 'EM!

jubilee said...

Oh, I feel your pain. Ohio just passed a law that kids have to be in boosters until age eight. Uh, lawsee! Four more years for the Jubilant household.

MoscowMom said...

Hah! Natalia's riding around in hers without any cover b/c I haven't gotten it put on again after washing it!

mommeeof9 said...

You take it apart? I throw the whole thing in the tub, use the shower to get it wet, dump so laundry soap on it and scrub with a washcloth. The I use the hand held shower head to rinse it. I hold the cover up and ruinse the plastic under it also. Then I put the whole thing on the west porch to dry.

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