In today’s post, I am sharing a bit of an update on the kid’s room and sharing some other spaces in the home.
I did a brief post about it HERE but it has been slightly updated since then.
The reason I like to rearrange random things [here and there] is too see how the kids play best.
I tried their toy kitchen in their room vs the living room and they seemed to play with it way more when it’s in the living room.The doll house and well as the book shelf items, in it’s current position has also been the most used way.Since Sammy (3.5 yrs old) is now able to use the ladder for her bunk bed, she didn’t need to have the toy chest to step up.
The white toy chest we use for storing dolls and random electronic toys. In the closet, I have a rolling cart with books that I rotate out into the bookshelf or in the living room book basket.
Most of the toys in the above shelves in the closest are “learning items” such as puzzles, magnets, stationary items and such.Harry is still in the pack and play since he is way to adventurous for his own good, while Ally is in the toddler bed.
She barely moves when she sleeps and is just how Sammy was (ready to ditch the crib earlier than normal). The living room from Christmas hasn’t changed much, although we do now have a train table (which is why I moved the kid’s yellow table back to the room).The kitchen is probably my second favorite space in the house. I kept it simple and don’t plan to put much more decor until the spring/ summer comes where I’ll put more greenery.
My first favorite space is my desk area. It brings me peace and since it’s in a nook, it makes me feel like I have my own little getaway within my own room.Especially with new kitties, they have taken over the bed. #catmomlife 😀
And while I’m here, I had to throw this picture of Sammy as a [somewhat] 100 year old on the 100th day of school.It wasn’t an 100th day for her (since she only goes 2-3 times a week), but she had fun dressing up and putting lipstick.Hope y’all have a wonderful Valentine’s Day! ❤