We have reached another milestone in our house, little guy is no longer in his crib. After a few days of having the house in a complete mess it's finally done. It's still weird walking by his bedroom and seeing no crib but a big bed, hidden somewhere in the Disney Cars sheets, my little boy.
Dh worked extra hard this past week putting everything together. As I've said in previous posts, when it comes to building things I can honestly admit I'm pretty useless. I'm no good with power tools, they actually scare me. Measuring always ends up a crooked mess, I'm weak so don't ask me to hold anything heavier than our three-year old, you get the point. I leave all that stuff to the man, besides he's good at it, puts a lot of pride and love into the rooms he does. I put love and pride into what I do too but when it comes to this trade, he's got full credit for sure. I'm very happy with the result, as usual. Actually in almost eight years of knowing dh, I don't think I've ever disliked a reno job he's done on a room in a place we've lived in.
We had quite the Saturday night trying to get him to stay in his room. We had no problem with the transition or having him sleep in a big bed. He kept saying "No sleep, I play with mah toys!". Every time I heard him out of bed, upstairs I went to put him back and again explain that K is already asleep so D needs to sleep too, it's late and this is his new bed etc etc. It was just not working, He finally fell asleep on his own an hour and a half after initially putting him to bed. I know it'll get easier, I'm not discouraged or anything, just tired. I think he likes his new room, what do you think?
--Posted by @AMotherhoodBlog
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