Right now the sump pump still doesn't have an electric outlet to connect to, and the sliding bathroom doors are not completed, but with he Weather so Awesome this spring, we jumped into the backyard project and we built the stairs to the lower section of the back yard.
We had some great helpers to assist us in hauling the leveling sand and concrete blocks to the back yard
Sam said Danny was so determined to hold on to the wagon that once or twice the little guy lost his footing, but never let go of that wagon. When Sam stopped to help Danny back up, he was still just as happy as can be to be Daddy's big helper.
- a built in bookcase to go in a nook of the upstairs hallway for kids books and church books
- quick and easy bedskirts to make the TV room's sectional/twin beds look more finished.
- I'd also really love to make a built in end table to make the whole "sectional" customized to the room. (I think that will make it look even more couchy and less bed like.) I don't have a tutorial for this yet, but I will find something.
- sewing some new dresses for my girls. (It's been so long since I've sewn anything. and it is so difficult to find modest dresses for growing young ladies in the summer time) I've just been mending items as needed and added patches to Sam's Uniforms upon request. But Ive decided that sewing really relaxes me and it is something I need to make time for all through the year. I just wish I had a room that I could leave a mess like the basement in Maine. Having to clean up after my sewing messes really cuts down on the time I can dedicate to a project.