You'll Definitely Sing Along to This Mom's Laundry-Inspired 'Let it Go' Video

All moms can relate to how fast laundry piles up—and how much we just want to "Let It Go."

I HATE doing laundry.

I know, I know... join the club. But seriously—nothing gets me more fired up than having to deal with sorting, washing, and then folding seemingly endless piles of clothes.

I've often wondered what would happen if I just stopped doing laundry for a week or two or 10. So what if my daughter can't wear her favorite pair of jeans and my son doesn't have any underwear. At least their mom would be happy.

Just ask Rachael Durling, the mom behind this awesome laundry-inspired music video on YouTube called "Battle of the Laundry Bulge."

"I wrote some lyrics to Disney's Let it Go [...] inspired by the pile of clothes that had been on my bedroom floor for at least a month," she captioned her post. "Busy families, I'm sure can relate."

No doubt, thanks to lyrics like: "The mound grows high in the bedroom tonight, not a floor to be seen. A kingdom of socks and panties and it looks like I'm the queen."

To fully appreciate that last part, you should probably know that Durling is standing on top of a huge pile of clothes with a pair of underwear on her head.

The video also features cameos from her kids, happily hiding and diving in the ever-growing mountain of shirts and pants and tops—which Durling admitted on Facebook may have been inflated just a little for the sake of her art.

"My laundry does NOT usually get this out of hand," she explained in her post. "However, I will not lie and say that it hasn't before. Many of you know how much I Loooooovvvvvve to do laundry and if you don't, you'll know now."

It's all good, Rachael. A little exaggeration never bothered us, anyway.

Hollee Actman Becker is a freelance writer, blogger, and a mom. Check out her website for more, and then follow her on Twitter at @holleewoodworld.

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