As you may remember from my last post, we have decided to get rid of the crib in my daughter’s room and give her the twin bed from my son’s room. I wanted to get a queen bed for his room so we have more options for when we have guests. Cue the mini boy room makeover. (Side note, never tell your 5 year old boy you bought him a “queen bed” as he will be mortified and say, “But I’m a boy!!!” It will lead you to needing to have 10 minute conversation about bed sizes and names and he will still be dubious. Just tell him you bought him a “big boy bed.”)
Did you ever decide to do a project and somehow it snowballs into a way bigger project with like 14 satellite projects? Well, that is me right now. I
was am super excited to get my daughter’s room redone but that entails moving the bed from my son’s room and buying him a new bed which lead to needing to make a new headboard for his bed and while I am at it, maybe I should just go ahead and change out the trim in those rooms. And I finally decided EXACTLY what I am going to do to our entry closet to make it much more user friendly so why not get going on that, too? See? I am almost to the point of project paralysis because I have so many ideas and things I want to do that my brain can’t seem to focus on organizing my activity and I am having a hard time getting anything done. Almost.
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I am seriously so excited to make over my daughter’s room. The possibilities are endless for what I can do, even for a very small room. As usual, I was browsing Pinterest for ideas and I came across many ideas using yarn pom poms. I was drawn to one yarn art in particular that used a branch with yarn pom poms tied to it. I decided to make my own version. Here is the final product.
My little lady turned 2 in February. And if I remember right, her big brother started to try to climb out of his crib at 2 1/2 years old. Seeing as the little lady performs all her own stunts, I am anticipating she will be ready to start escaping her crib in the next few months so I am gathering ideas and inspiration for her toddler girl room makeover.