Milk. Toilet paper. Cheese. Stonyfield Farms Yogurt tubes.
We run out of those things every time I turn around. The milk, I can kind of understand - my oldest son drinks a gallon a day. Riley would eat four yogurt tubes a day if allowed, most of them frozen. We also run out of orange juice and grape juice as soon as they arrive in the house, and bread goes in 2 days during the school year.
During the summer, I buy bread maybe once a month. We just don't eat many sandwiches when we aren't packing for school lunches.
We can keep a lot of stuff for a while, but it's gotten so that every time one of us goes to the store, we bring home a gallon of milk and a loaf of bread - and cheese of one type or another - without even checking with each other.
Because we know.
Cheese might be Babybel, string cheese, American, Colby Jack or Muenster. But we never have all four at once. It's like a law or something.
What are you always out of at your house?