As promised, I’m back with the improvements we’ve made to our den by the back door! For Christmas, we received a hat rack and shoe bench we’d been eyeing at IKEA from Jonathan’s parents.
If you’ll remember, here’s how sad our entryway was before:
Needless to say, it didn’t take long before we were assembling those babies! And here’s how she looks:
*Note the increasingly permanent set up for our modem and router on Jonathan’s box drum
I’m so pleased with how it has matured the space. We really thought about making our own coat rack from a pallet, and I’m glad we didn’t. This will be something that will last us (maybe even go with us to our next house).
One thing is for sure, this room has come a long way since we moved in 2.5 years ago!
My kids are incredibly blessed to have such talented grandmothers. Since Christmas, Liam and Ellis have been enjoying several things made for them.
First is oh-so-cute tutu that Omi made for the girl. (not pictured: matching cousin Genevieve)
Ellis was also fortunate enough to receive such a fun little skirt from her Mimi (not pictured: matching cousins Sierra and Lily)
The boy was so excited to get his very own Batman cape (made by Omi) and matching mask (made by his wonderful aunt Merrill). Batman doesn’t smile when he’s got so much crime to fight, of course.
Luckily for us, it’s become a tradition for my mom to make matching Christmas jammies for all of her grandchildren. Currently, there are 8 kids (the 3 not pictured-Maggie, Ben, and Tobias- are in Burundi).
With talent like that from both lines, I think it’s safe to say it runs in the family! Thank you, Omi and Mimi!