A home in a suburban Detroit suburb has been found with two chairs that belonged to two young children.
It was the latest in a string of finds over the last several weeks.
The owners of the home, identified as Brian and Lisa, say they’ve never seen their children in such a state.
The chairs were found on a hillside behind their house and the couple says they have been asked to dispose of them.
The children’s mother says they’ve been a big help.
“They’ve been amazing.
They’ve helped me so much with everything.
They love to ride the bike, they love to play with the dogs, they’re just so happy,” Lisa says.
The couple says their children are learning so much about their parents and the world around them.
“When we first moved into this house, we had a lot of questions.
We didn’t know where they were.
We had no idea what they were doing.
But when we opened the doors, they were all over us.
They were in our room, they weren’t in our car, they didn’t even bother to hide in our bed,” Lisa said.
The mother says she doesn’t have any money to pay for the furniture, but says it’s not her responsibility to clean up after them.
She says the couple has been living in a small house with their two young kids since September and they’ve always loved living here.
“This is a beautiful, nice house, and it’s all we can do to keep it that way,” she says.