Sunday, November 7, 2010

What A Weekend!

It was a little crazy at my house this weekend.  Katie & family are 90% moved in, the baby gates are being put in place, my glass front bookcase has been turned backwards and a little kitchen stands up against it now.  (pictures soon, I promise)  I've totally baby-proofed the living and dining rooms....I can decorate again next year!  There are a bazillion tub toys in the bathroom ~ a bathroom that five adults will be sharing most mornings. Fortunately we do have a half bath for shaving and hair drying and Miss Charlotte will be bathing at night!  The pantry has been organized to accomodate toddler treats and the menu for the first week has been planned.  There's still alot to do ~ but for now we all need a bit of a break!

Charlotte and I were outside raking leaves for a little while today.  I couldn't help but notice how normal, quiet and calm my house looked from the outside.  Makes me wonder what's going on inside this place!!


Tins and Treasures said...

So...I've fallen behind in my blog reading...
Do you have family moving in??!!

I would love to have the sounds of children here again!

Keep us posted. ~Natalie

Dorthe said...

Dear Marie,
just wishing you wonderfull time with your family- must be lovely hawing them there, for some time, getting that kind of life in your house again.
Hugs, and enjoy.

Anonymous said...

LOL! Marie, bet you feel like your house looks like that now! ;-) But it's also full of love!
Little ones just bring so much happiness and make us smile. What could be better!
Hugs, dear friend,

Ann said...

I don't know if I could handle a house full of noise and activity At least you had some quiet time outside with Charlotte and the leaves and it sounds like you've got things under control inside too :)

Rhea Sunshine :) said...

Have fun with your new residents! And thanks for sharing 50 strange buildings... I've actually been to 32. Air Force Academy Chapel in Colorado Springs. It's amazingly beautiful; especially from the inside looking up! Take care, Rhea :)