Friday, November 19, 2010

Show Us Your Life: Playrooms...

This post is a long time coming because after we painted I never posted the pictures :)

This is the view from the stairs leading to the playroom. This space houses our train table, which gets taken apart more than anything, and the trampoline..


Wider View..


This is our dress up corner.  The dress up trunk houses all of our accessories: crowns, shoes, etc.  The white bucket contains all Disney princess costumes ever made plus fairies, cheerleaders, etc.  And how can you dress up and not see your self? Mirror, Mirror on the wall...


The baby corner.. we take care of our babies and pets in this area.


Dramatic play.. babies, kitchens (two one for each lady :)


Doll houses.. One that houses barbie and one that houses puzzles, games, etc.  And the table Mama J (Mimi) bought this for us to use for writing, coloring, etc.


Lounging area.. I love this couch, it pulls out to make a little bed, but it stays dirty and can't really be cleaned. The tent was a present from Santa last year and stays in the playroom because we don't have enough room any where else :)


Entertainment center... t.v., karaoke machine, and musical instruments... it gets a little noisy :)


Today was Sugar Mama's Thanksgiving feast at school.  Here she is dressed in her Native American gear.  Her vest reads "Smiles A Lot" on the back.. this is her Native American name :)


And this displays how we use our playroom the most.. dress up :)  Which is why we have dedicated an entire corner to it!!


Today I am Thankful for: 

Visiting with my baby girl at school.. what a treat to see how your child survives the day without you :)  And for the quiet in my house right now.  The hubs and Nugget are at the in-laws fixing an electrical problem, Sugar Mama is at school, so it's just me and Dooley.  I should be studying, instead I'm lying in my bed doing nothing, and it feels good :)

5 comments:

  1. My daughter would have *loved* a pink stove like that when she was small. Thanks for sharing your lovely playroom.

    Kate

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  2. Our oldest daughter likes the pink one better than the one that's "hers" and our youngest likes the other one :) Thanks for posting :)

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  3. I love the little play stove and tent!

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  4. love to see how your play room looks after the kids have played!

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  5. It's funny you say that because yesterday I ALMOST took a picture after they had been up there for about 2 1/2 hours. It was a DISASTER. I had to put the train table completely back together and clean so we could find the floor :)

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