Why not take a few minutes and take some photos of your bedroom or the kid's playroom? Don't clean up too much, you want your photos to really reflect your daily life. Believe me, you will love looking at these photos later.
My father is German and he grew up in Bremen, Germany in an apartment where my grandmother still lives to this day. This apartment has one bedroom, 1 bath, 1 living/dining room combo, and a tiny kitchen. During WWII they had over 10 people living in that tiny space.
I visited my family in Germany many times over the years, and since then most of them have passed on, including my grandfather. My grandmother is in her 90's and legally blind, but still lives alone in her apartment. My uncle helps takes care of her, but she still manages to be pretty independent.
As a child I always had my little camera with me and I have quite a few photos of German cobbled streets, scenic overlooks, the Bremen Town Musicians, beautiful flowers, and relatives. But I didn't have any great photos of the apartment that I spent many of my summers visiting as a child.
My mother and father visit once or twice a year and I asked my mom to take some photos of the apartment for me. I especially wanted a photo of the little cellar workshop that my grandfather used to fix up old radios and small appliances as a hobby. It has remained untouched since he died in early 2000.
Here are two photos, one of my grandfather's workroom and another of my grandmother's kitchen. I realize these photos mean nothing to you, but to me they are filled with memories of helping my grandfather find a fuse for his latest project and hearing stories about his life as a German soldier in WWII. And eating my grandmother's homemade oatmeal almond cookies or German fried potatoes and chatting about my father's life as a small boy. I spent many wonderful hours in these tiny rooms, and I love these simple images.
So go out and shoot some photos of your daily surroundings. Go to your grandmother's house, your sister's house, or even the grocery store you met your husband (I was a deli girl in a grocery store, working nights while going to high school, and met my husband while slicing some pepperoni for a pizza he was going to make). Take some mundane photos of your garage workshop, your laundry room, and even your bathroom. Believe me, you might cherish those photos later on. :-)
Oh, I better mention Photoshop, Photoshop Elements, and LightRoom in this post. Otherwise all of my google ads will be talking about coffee or Germany! ;-)