The last room to be touched in our house is the boys’ room. It is ugly. Even the boys complain. I’m a little stumped because of the layout and the mismatched beds. There have been a few false starts, but nothing major has happened. So at the start of a girl weekend with my daughter, we stopped at ADAC to check out the Studio Bon fabrics as a possibility for her brothers’ room.
I’m really liking this direction. Fun for boys, huh?
Then we had a little stop at Lewis & Sheron to pick up fabric for the cottage. All the pinks got her seal of approval.
Post dinner was an early PJ party snuggled together on the bed–first, messing with Siri on my phone to belly laughs; then, we sank into our books, her, Harry Potter book 4, me, Life with Picasso.
The pace picked up after a walk to breakfast.
There was her first oil painting lesson.
Then we paused to give a group of 10 or so ladies a tour of the loft.
Next up, the Cinderella ballet! We fought traffic…
….and made it right to our seats when the lights went down.
With ballerina costumes still dancing in our heads, we stumbled upon this polyester and acetate wonderland to top off our day.
There is nothing to say except it was the stuff of 7-year-old girl manic-ruffle dreams. She couldn’t dart from dress to dress fast enough.
And that is how we TPH girls spend 24 hours. (I’m so exhausted, guys!)