WoW! I mean . . . like . . . WOW!! W.O.W!!!!!Wotta great room!!!
A man could get a lot of chicks with that room.
Is that the remnants of Southern comfort in that Gatorade bottle?
I called Guiness Book of records. They want the smallest lamp ever for their museum.
So cute! Is that your shirt he's wearing in the 'in progress' pic?
What a great room! Whose vision was that? It's awesome! We just did our sons in john deere (we live in the country) the green paint is chalk board paint so the kids can draw on it!
William -So glad you are moved in...we missed your blog this week :)BradleyThe Egel Nest
You are an amazing paint genius! Way to blend boy power with just plain all-out coolness. Did you do the dressers yourself? Very cool idea!
Beautifully done. I need inspiration, as I'm about to start painting a few rooms of my own.
Man that is an awesome room!!! You did well father ... Max is a lucky wee boy.
Love the room. And love that he helped even more. I think he'll remember that for a long time. Keep in my your child labor laws however when it comes time to retiling the bathroom.
I love what you did.
It's fabulous! I love the light coming in through the window....It looks lovely!
I like that the small lamp stayed in the same spot throughout the process.
Nice UglyDoll. We have a few as well.
Hi, William! Very nice job in that room! I wanted to stop in and tell you about a cholesterol lowering food product I found in the grocery store. It's called Promise Activ Supershots. It's a plant sterol drink. It comes in a four pack of tiny little drinks in the dairy section by the yogurt.:-)
Nice job on the room. Is that a bar graph behind his bed? Trying to steer him into marketing early? ;)
Lauren should have her own show.
Very nice. And may I say "welcome home".BTW- can Max be any cuter?!?
Cool room!Is that a Thomas the TE table? We're thinking about getting one of those. They cost through the nose, though. Happy home moving-in.
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