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Friday, May 28, 2010

We Did Some Painting

As I have mentioned a time or two, the kids are incredibly game when it comes to my project madness.
 
Thom took over the bookcases. You have to love his marvelously efficiency when it comes to laying out the bookcase to be painted. This freed me up to get the house 80% settled in one day. I kid you not. The furniture is all back where it should be. Well, not the stuff in the pod but the stuff in the house is all where it needs to be. Now we just need to unpack the boxes, and that's small bites.


It's not perfect, and I'm DYING to take the slipcovers off and give them a dye bath to revive the color. Maybe this weekend. Among other things.

So how am I doing?

7 comments:

Miss Mustard Seed said...

It's so cool that your kids help out with your projects. My boys are toddlers and they like "helping" too, but sometimes it's not so helpful. :) They're trying.

Life in Rehab said...

I couldn't do it without them honestly. They're the best kids ever!

Michael @ Sylvan Run Wines said...

Almost sounds like you guys are expecting important company..... grins

Life in Rehab said...

Hmmmmmmmmm.......could be! *Grins back*

Kelly@TearingUpHouses said...

Send those boys this way! :)

Kelly

ourlifeinaclick.blogspot.com said...

You're doing great! The room is all put back together. So nice that your kids help out on all of your projects.

-heather

Bringing Pretty Back said...

You arew doing GREAT! I think that is just so great you can just freshen up the slipcovers with a little dye.
Have a pretty day,
Kristin