Starting to make our new house into “Our House”

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With kids school and my school, my work and Lar’s work, moving and unpacking, it has been quite a chore to get our house into the “Our House” feel. This week, however, the kids and I started putting their classroom together. We have converted the formal dining room into a classroom for the kids. Pictures on the finished classroom to come next week because I am not quite finished yet.

At the beginning of this week I started cutting vinyl for our walls – Here are what we have cut so far that are up already.

Above the piano in the classroom, is the alphabet for Berlyn. He is starting to learn in, so we needed that up.I promise that it is straight on the wall. πŸ˜‰

Above the calendar/assignment wall is a saying that we tell the kids all the time, especially if one of them are in trouble. πŸ™‚ – Tomorrow is a New Day!

On another wall we added something else that we tell the kids all of the time (haven’t added Albert Einstein to the bottom of this one yet)

Then, in our laundry room (I have always wanted to decorate a laundry room and now I have a HUGE one!!)


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