They certainly don't make it easy for Kristina Kenneally. Every time a little peace and quiet seems to descend on NSW politics her colleagues find another way of disrupting it.
This morning it was the turn of Juvenile Justice Minister Graham West who made a surprise resignation from the ministry that caught the Premier quite unawares. Mr West told the Parliament he was going from the ministry immediately, and from the Parliament itself at the end of this term, for what he called "family reasons."
I suppose that's less disruptive than the resignation a fortnight ago of Transport Minister David Campbell because of stories on the television about him visiting a gay bath house.