It’s nice to be back. We are all settled into our beautiful new home. This house brings me such joy. It feels like we were always meant to be here, that it was meant to be our home. There is a lot to be done; painting, weeding, replanting garden beds but despite all that I feel so comfortable and happy here.
It’s a small, cosy home. There isn’t any room for a large playroomor art space any more. I think we are making better use of space though; Jack (4yrs) and Sarah’s (2yrs) rooms are now a comfortable space for them to play and relax, with quiet toys and books.
It’s nice actually, their rooms are right next to ours and in the morning after cuddles with us they will wander back to one of their rooms and play. I just lay in bed and listen to their little stories and games. I really love having a smaller house.
So here is what we have out at the moment. Jack is really interested in the human body at the moment, especially how the digestive system works and how our muscles work, so I have our skeleton “Skely” and organ torso “Organ Man” out along with some books on the human body.
We have our blocks out of course. And Sarah is really interested in puzzles at the moment, so I have a few out for her.
So, you see, compared to our other playroom, this one is small. But it is still a nice space and Jack and Sarah enjoy spending time in there. There isn’t room for somethings to be out, like the light panel and the piece of timber for the blocks, and so I just bring them out when Jack and Sarah want to play with them.
A small playroom but a nice playroom. There is more on the shelves than I would normally put out but we just don’t have the spare cupboard space anymore.
And what do you think of the green? Honestly, it was one of the first things we wanted to paint but I have been surprised at the number of people who’ve said they like it.
Numbers and Counters & Sandpaper Numbers Wood Puzzles, Fractions Puzzle Toyworld