This stinkin bathroom is taking up too much of my time.
Well 5 days have come and gone.
We are almost done, we are working out the kinks right now.
During the construction my mom, grandmother (Nanny) and aunt came to visit.
They were troopers, we went to Navy Pier one night and of course we had to go to Ikea.
We have had two crazy trips to Ikea out of the 10 times I have been over these 2 months. Coincidentally both of those time my mom has been there with us.
During this last time we thought there was a Nanny snatcher on the loose, but it turned out that Nanny forgot to tell us that she was going to the restroom.
Romeo kicked off one of his shoes, which are the only pair of shoes that fit him right now. They were eventually found at customer service... Other companies need to take note of Ikea's customer service...*cough*cough* Target*cough*
I got called to get Wild Man early from childcare because he had spit on a little girl.
Then Wild Man proceeds to try to bite his brother because Romeo wouldn't let him hold the Swedish fish bag.
Maybe next time will be less eventful.
I took some pictures of the bathroom on Monday, there have been some changes since then but I just rode my bike 5 miles and my legs are noodles so I will take more pictures tomorrow.
So here was the bathroom in its almost finished state with our cute little model (who is now paci free!!!) to help show it off.
The walk-in shower.
The top molding on the bead board is now up and I have painted the mirror white, but here is the other side of the bathroom.
Are you a member of freecycle?
You really should be, you never know what you will be able to get.
We got tickets to the local minor league baseball team!
This was the boys first baseball game. Because God has blessed me with a husband that doesn't care to watch sports all the time, I think that is the first time Wild Man has even seen baseball.
Wild Man was interested in the game for a little while, we got to the 6th inning.
Romeo was more interested in the little girl behind us that was eating the most beautiful food he has ever seen...cotton candy.
I will leave you tonight with a comment from Conner at lunch today.
Conner: Mom, you know what I want to do?
Mom: No, what?
Conner: I want to go to TN.
Mom: Well honey, why don't you ask God if he can work it out for us to go.
Conner: Nay, I will just ask to airplane guys.