"Why, should I be scared?" I replied.
"Um, do you at least have a hammer," he asked.
Hello! That's why I'm here, I thought to myself.
"Yes, yes I have a hammer, but that's about as far as I go home improvement wise. This is why you are going to walk me through this step by step holding my hand along the way. I brought my assistant to take notes (said while pointing to my two year old who was now "sorting" the paint cans) so we should be just fine."
"Seriously, I can do this.... I think."
Bottom line is that kid had about as much faith in the "projects" that I am about to take on as my loving husband does. Well, I'll show them both (maybe.)
Yes, people is it home improvement time around here. I have been dreaming of a few additions to the little man's room for about a year now and finally I have the tools to do it. With the help of these things (and some molding that I am having cut):
I am hoping to turn this wall:
And this bed:
I see the way you are looking at me. Seriously, I have put quite a bit of time into this and I'm pretty sure it is not going to be that hard. I just have to paint and sand half the wall. Then paint the precut molding. Then glue and nail the molding into the wall. After that I just have to putty and sand the holes and then add a second coat of paint. For the bed I just have to sand, sand, sand, sand, sand and then add two coats of this super serious navy paint I got.
It's can't be that hard, right?
This is the part where you all shake your head up and down in agreement.
Oh boy, I'm not quite sure I have gotten myself in to.
After pictures will be posted assuming that we still have a house left standing.