These three books were ones that each of the kids got to choose for free, along with a free toothbrush. Other freebies included pencils, bookmarks, rubber ducks, and other trinkets. They were giving away door prizes, and had a breakfast that was just a donation thing. We had a nice time. They had people dressed up as Dr. Seuss's Cat in the Hat and Grinch, and one lady was dressed like Ms. Frizzle from the Magic Schoolbus book series. Our three year old was afraid of the Cat in the Hat. He didn't see it coming, and the person bent down right in front of him, then he turned around and it was right there. Poor kid was terrified.
Yep. This is a case where the pictures pretty much say it all ;)
I moved the toy sorter which used to be under the boxes on the wall and put it over by the changing table to separate the living and dining room. Don't look too closely at the dining room yet. I haven't gotten that far yet. Right behind the sorter is the changing table.
The window seat is opposite the bookshelf, so hopefully the area will be used for that.
We brought in the red chair on the right and the beige rocker on the left. I think it is a lot more open this way, and I think it will be a nice change. Anyway, that was all on Saturday. By 10 pm, I still hadn't started my casserole for the church breakfast we always have after Easter Sunrise Service. I finished that but thanks to a pulled muscle, my talkative daughter ;) and a baby that decided to be hungry just as I was falling asleep, I didn't actually get to sleep until around 1:30 am. And sunrise service was at 7. Well, we made it through the day, but I must say I'm pretty exhausted. And here I sit on Sunday night after midnight. Ugh. Will I ever learn? Thankfully I only have one daycare kid tomorrow, and she's the easiest one, so it should all be good. Since we brought my big stroller in yesterday I'm planning on taking the kids to the park and maybe the library if it's nice again tomorrow.