And for doors, and trim, lighting, sky lights, sinks, a shower, toilet, ideas for mud rooms and the family closet.
I’ve been googling like a mad woman tonight, when I should have been watching Supernatural, Season 1.
Oh, Sam and Dean, you’ll have to wait another night for me to join you.
The boys were glued to the window most of the day watching the cement truck pour for our addition. It was rather interesting, I’ll admit. Today’s unschooling lesson: Construction 101. Our kitchen slider now opens onto a four foot drop, but you can still get to an island of ground if you’re agile.
We’re going to start framing in next week! It will be wonderful to have a second bathroom! Then the five year old probably won’t have to go in the ‘little potty’ in an emergency.
That’s fascinating for Denton, at least. He willingly sits on the potty, but has only gone twice. Still, progress. I’ll be happy if he’s poo trained by the time the baby comes. Wet diapers are not a big deal to change, relatively.
Stuff I found:
archway between family closet and laundry room
pocket door for bathroom
would want this inside a cabinet
window seat inside the family closet, storage under the bench
windows for the office
mud room storage, I like this floor, or a herringbone brick
door from laundry room to deck
As a completely unrelated aside (even more unrelated than Denton’s potty habits) (well, it’s related because of google), I also learned how to do the African khanga carry, and discovered Iowa City has a baby wearers group. Too bad I don’t live there.