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Back in October, I wrote a post about our upstairs playroom and how it's pretty much a blank state (you can find the post here - A to do list for the playroom). Now that we are expecting baby #2, I've started to revisit the idea of the playroom, and I've also started to semi freak out about the idea of ALL THE TOYS that will be coming into this house, especially since now we will have both a boy and girl. Just to refresh your memory, here's one view of what the room looks like (prepare to be bored to tears) - Since moving in, we've celebrated Ezra turning 2 and Christmas/Hanukkah, plus we've been living our

The main reason we chose the Davidson floorplan for our Drees home was because of the play room. Oddly enough, this is the space I kind of dislike the most about our house. But it's only because I have no idea what to do with it. It's a big room, which makes it a little overwhelming. So this post is all about a few ideas I have for how to set this room up. Here's how it looks today - So, pretty much a blank slate, huh? As you can tell, this room kind of became the catch-all for the furniture from our old house that didn't really have a place in this new house. To give an

Our house is on the small side - only 1,000 square feet and we are pretty limited in what we can do space-wise. It's no secret we're wanting to upgrade soon but, in the meantime - in the words of Tim Gunn - we have to make it work. It was really no big deal to have a small house before we had a kid. Now, sometimes things feel smaller than they really are. The area where this was the biggest challenge is the living room - we don't really have an entry, so as soon as you walk in the door, you're in the living room. It's also the space we all spend the most

While Ezra was with my mom yesterday, I finally got the chance to get my office/craft room under control. Mostly this meant organizing my yarn. I never thought I would be that knitter. The one with enough yarn to possibly open her own - albeit small - yarn shop. But it happened. It's a bit of an addiction, what can I say. Over the weekend, Alex and I visited Home Depot to see what we could find in terms of an organizational solution. I thought about going to my most favorite store ever - IKEA - but didn't feel like making the drive with a 10 month old in tow. We ended up finding a Martha Stewart 6-cubby