“Arlo, where are the batteries?”
“Arlo, where are Mommy’s scarves? How about the Apple TV remote?”
“Arlo, did you put the fingernail clippers somewhere?”
“Daddy, do you know where my legos are?”
“No, Silas… ask your brother, he probably packed them somewhere.”
You should know that Arlo is not our freelance organization expert. He’s four years-old, and has recently taken a shine to wandering the house, collecting items (sometimes very important) and placing them in containers: grocery bags, boxes, suitcases, random drawers and cabinets, the subwoofer. If he were an adult with money and the freewill to purchase items, one might consider this youngster a hoarder, but I believe such status entails acquiring new stuff, not simply aggregating stuff one already has.