Well, we are all moved in with the exception of one closet that needs to be sorted through!
It feels so nice to know I can walk around naked and no one would see!
Honestly, that is the look he would give me if he saw me walking around naked, too.
"WOW mom...REALLY....NAKED...JUST BECAUSE YOU CAN?!"
We're all different.
The day we moved went pretty fast, with only a few mishaps...
I love this picture. It exemplifies how we move from place to place. Really neat and put together in the back, and toward the end we get impatient and start throwing things in NOT boxed. Laundry detergent...random papers...books...a couple plates...heck why not.
I don't have any pictures of the actual unpacking process...Tanner would have killed me if I was standing around taking pictures for "blogging" purposes instead of helping haha.
I will put a few pictures of the house up...although everything isn't exactly in its final spot...it probably never will be but still. Keep that in mind. :) If you have any suggestions for decor, let me know!!!!
The island will be painted a creamy color, hopefully subduing the veiny cabinets (yes veiny...it's what I think of everytime I see them!) that we can't do anything about.
We hung the 5.00 farmhouse light I bought at Habitat Restore above the sink and it looks WONDERFUL. Any suggestions for a light fixture in the middle of the kitchen? We'll be making some mason jar pendants to hang over the island soon.
I absolutely love love love my lockers in the kitchen! I put Gus' dog food, treats, and leashes in one, extra paper towels in another, and my aprons in the last one! SO cute.
I have to tell you whats unique about this doughboy table. We found it in the cellar of the farmhouse! We went down to check it out, and there it was...covered in rat poo and insulation! Cute, right?
The boys hauled it up and we swept, disinfected, and cleaned all the drawers. I think it adds the perfect amount of charm to the dining room. It is original to the farmhouse which was built in 1906. I wish I knew the history behind it! It fascinates me to know that at one time it was a functional table used in perhaps that very room! So interesting...
Little vignette on the table...do you think it's too cluttered?
After we got moved in, Tanner and Pate (my littlest brother) decided to go down to the pond and catch crawdads...
I love this picture.
This is one wall of the potting shed, or "The Cottage" as we call it. All along the perimeter are herbs. Lemon thyme, mint, chives, etc. I will be transplanting the herbs I bought a few weeks ago into this garden. Don't you just LOVE that gate?!
(It has been weeded since I took this photo haha)
That's all for day one photos! I'll be taking more...and seriously, if you see something I could move around or change, let me know! I'm so open to suggestions!
Have an awesome Tuesday!