Baby’s clothes are washed and dry, but they don’t last long, and if they don: 1.
The water is too warm, and the diapers need to be changed.
The baby’s feet are wet.
The clothes are too dirty to wash.
The diapers are dirty, the baby’s clothes aren’t.
The mother can’t keep up with the laundry.
The towels need to dry.
The washing machine isn’t running fast enough.
The air is too hot.
The dryer is too cold.
The lids are stuck to the dryer.
The refrigerator is too small.
The thermostat doesn’t work properly.
The TV is turned off.
The window is too big.
The oven is too far away from the stove.
The bathroom sink isn’t clean.
The soap is too thick.
The dishwasher is not running fast.
The fridge doesn’t turn on fast enough, so the baby can’t get into it. 20.
The kids’ diapers aren’t dry enough.
The dishes need to come out.
The floor is dirty.
The laundry detergent is not strong enough.
The toilet is too high.
The tub isn’t deep enough.
The dresser isn’t wide enough.
The couch isn’t high enough.
The microwave doesn’t have a built-in battery.
The shower head is too close to the floor.
The seat belt isn’t tight enough.
The curtains are too tight.
The doorbell doesn’t ring.
The phone isn’t in the receiver.
The internet connection is too slow.
The television is not working properly.
The carpet doesn’t look clean.
The ceiling fan isn’t turning.
The wall socket isn’t hooked up. 39.
The electric bill isn’t correct.
The furnace isn’t hot enough.
The power outlet isn’t working.
The AC adapter isn’t plugged in correctly.
The cable is too long.
The switch isn’t on. 45.
The battery isn’t charging correctly.
The heater is not turned on fast.
The ventilator isn’t being turned on quickly.
The vacuum is not blowing air very well.
The heat is too low.
The fan isn, too, cold.