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House Tour - The Second Floor

Then there is the second floor, filled with a lots of little rooms. The first room you find at the top of the stairs in my craft/sewing room. This space is working out really nicely for all of my card making and scrapbooking.
When you walk through the craft room, you enter the first of the upstairs bathrooms.
The next room is Joash's room. He has requested that we paint it orange. We shall have to see about that on.
Then there is the loft room, as Joash has decided to name it. Right now it is really a diaper changing station and storage. 
This ladder leads up the loft in the "loft room." And Mataya climbed up this ladder twice with in the first week we lived here. Joash has yet to make it past the fourth step.
This is grown ups bedroom.
Another bathroom

And Mataya's room.
 There is another bedroom that is currently storing all of the earthly possessions of Wilbert's brother, Jander, and Jander's wife, Tiffany, while they are in Africa.

Tune in tomorrow for part 3 - the guest areas!


Karisa Talen said…
I wonder if Joash will make good use of Emil's old extra long bed? Time will tell! Also, I look forward to making cards again with you in your new craft space, looks super!

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