I've been oh so naughty.


towanda!

the girls needed a bigger room, so....

I made it bigger. He he.

See what happens when you stop blogging?

Big messes

Yikes!

Ow, that really hurt!

Got to get rid of the evidence before Hubby gets home.

Whew, I'm tired just looking.

I can't believe I just did that!

It's definitely bigger now.

One small problem - call an electrician.

Hire some maids to clean up...

Say cheese!

Put up the new bed frames - I so totally caved on my original project.

The new dressers that wouldn't have fit...

lay out the mats

Here's the next closet I'm taking out...

Any one need a job done?

12 comments:

devri said...

Wow woman, I can't believe you did that all by your lonesome..

Great job..

side note, I had to laugh at your "bed room"

looks like my room. Our king size bed, a toddler bed and a crib..

You rock!

tammy said...

Don't be offended when I say you are officially crazy. Did you do that all in one day? I just want to know where you stole the extra room from? I thought I was bad when I got an idea in my head and just wouldn't let it rest. : )

Jami said...

Wow, you mad, crazy woman, you! So, if I see this correctly, you not only took out the closet for their room but for the room next to it? And now you're going to take out ANOTHER unsuspecting closet?? Did you really do this while Darrel wasn't home?? Geesh. We're thinking of making a linen closet downstairs, but it not only involves taking out a wall, but adding another... any tips? lol

Loralee and the gang... said...

I once demo'd the tile out of our master shower when I was 7 1/2 months pregnant (with my third). I really really wanted that new shower! Luckily it was in the days when the molded plastic showers were all the rage. And it was small enought to fit through the door...I'm sure that master bath shower now has tile again...but beautiful, natural tile...
You go girl!
:~D

Christina said...

You are so brave! I think it is going to look great!

Cynthia said...

Wow! You ARE brave. But hey, it works. Closets in kids rooms are usually just havens for junk anyway. I keep almost all of my kids' clothes in dressers, not the closet. Makes sense to me.

Hope the hubby thought it made sense too!

mamasdramas said...

You. Are. My. Hero.

Kerri said...

Wow! I'm amazed. I can't believe you did that all by yourself! I love the beds and dressers. So pretty!

rychelle said...

wow!

are you for hire?

tiburon said...

Wowsa! That is a big project to take on!

You rock :)

tara @ kidz said...

You go girl! I love it! The new furniture is great. You're an inspiration! We're starting a home renovation in the spring, and I'm nervous about it - but you've almost got me excited!

Jess said...

just awesome!!

I could totally picture you in a head band, swinging a hammer.. shoutng "Towanda!!!"... lol...

I so have to go and watch hat movie now...

Great job!