Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Back At It.... Best I Can!

Well, too much has happened and way too much time I've let get by. This is the easiest way I know how to continue to document this crazy thing called life, and to not lose out so much on my kids' growing up. So I'm trying again to get into this blogging swing, to keep some sort of scrapbooks of life - because let's face it, I'm not keeping up on my kids real scrapbooks right now. :) One day, one day... I will get there! But for now, digital will have to do!

So, what better way to get back in the swing of it all with a new start, from our new home! We moved into our new house a couple weeks ago, and we are all very excited to get settled, create this house all into our own home, and create all new memories to come! The house will definitely be a work in progress, but the flow of the house, we just felt was 'perfect for us'. We have all adjusted well, and well, let's just say there are more than enough kids on our culdesac. In the 3 houses, all to the left of us, one family has 2 children, one family has 10 children, and one family has 12 children. So, in just our culdesac - that is 27 kids! I'm sure there will never be a dull moment... :)

As I said, the house will be a work in progress, but we are getting there a little bit as we can. Here's the house - and here's a few photos of what we've started tackling. The week we moved in, Dad got to work in the master bathroom. The tub and caulking was driving him nuts, as the wrong silicone was used on it, and he wanted to take care of a couple of chips, and then told me to pick out some paint. So, we've got our bedroom, closet, and bath all painted. Now to finish unpacking and decorated! Josh and I have also started on the downstairs coat closet. This closet originally had old, nasty carpet in it, and it smelled of cigarette smoke pretty badly. Josh ripped the carpet out, and got to work on priming and the subfloor. I picked out the paint color I'll want to use in the kitchen and got to work getting the closet painted. Next is the flooring, then to add some shelving since we will be using it as a coat closet and for some kitchen storage. It will also serve as our tornado shelter. :) Lots more to come with house projects!

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