how i knit to stay sane

September 29, 2008

We’re settled!

Filed under: Uncategorized — K @ 11:17 am

Sort of…  We still have a box of kids’ clothes in each kids’ room, and about 5 boxes of miscellaneous crap in our bedroom, but our kitchen, living room, and the kids’ playroom are completely settled.  The kids’ rooms are settled, as well, except in their closet.  And our room is…. close.  In the upstairs room, we still have boxes everywhere, but none of them are of vital importance to every day life.  We’ll deal with them as we need them, and work on getting rid of them little by little.  But it feels like we’re really moved in, now!  I wanted to share a couple of pictures of the kids’ playroom — I’ve been promising my mom, and since she encouraged me to get the darling decorations, and then treated for them, taking pictures is the least I can do!  The kids really adore their room — It’s so bright during the day, we hardly ever need to use the overhead light, and the kids will play with their dollhouse, blocks, kitchen, and other toys for hours!

And just for a chuckle for anyone who really knows my (obsessive-compulsive) Noah….  As we were packing, Brandon had cut apart a box to provide stability for picture frames.  As he came across pieces of the box while unpacking the same frames, Brandon gave them to Noah to take to the recycling bin.  He didn’t quite get them there, but we found this in the hallway…..

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1 Comment »

  1. Congrats on being settled in! House looks great! LOL at Noah’s order 🙂

    Comment by Emily — September 30, 2008 @ 12:13 pm


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