To do yet: move the freezer (long story) to the basement, create a desk space for each child, and get a nicer box for the dress-up clothes. We had a delay with the electrician getting the proper outlet in the basement, but finally the freezer can go down and join the big freezer this week.
|G's dresser top|
Below is a little clock made from a vintage children's book - the children are supposed to learn to tell time and stay in their room until 7 am at least. The Bambi growth chart is from my little yellow room when I was a girl.
There are five windows in this room, all on the east wall, so it's a very bright, airy room.
|The bulletin board, hung at their height.|
I've kept the mini-blinds on the windows for now because it's expensive to cover five windows and the light doesn't seem to be affecting the children's sleep.
|Ben made his bed, the bottom, by himself.|
Genevieve and Ben love their room. They play in it a lot, so I briskly moved a bunch of toys up to the room.
The green room sees a lot of action.
I'm working on taking pictures of my room to show you next. Pin It