Toddler Room- Trucks!

We bought my son a convertible crib which works as a crib, daybed with side-rail, daybed, or a full-sized bed.  We recently went through the transformation to move his room from baby to toddler!

For the original room post see:

Boy Baby/Toddler Room- Trucks!

Below is his new updated room with a big kid bed!

Toddler Room Trucks

Mason was very excited and helped along the way.

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Sister helped too!

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The bed set was purchased here, and comes in crib, twin, full or queen:

Construction Zone

Tuesday Confessional 03/12

Listen to other viewpoints?!  Why would I do that?

One of the things I harp about on this blog is “no one is perfect.”  So naturally, if no one is perfect, then maybe you should listen to other people’s opinions once in a while.  You might actually learn something.  One of the things I dislike the most is talking to someone who is so dogmatic, they can’t even listen to an opposing idea or viewpoint.  This is a good bipartisan read:

Don’t be like Washington; listen to other views

 

The Lorax Party Invitations and Thank You Cards- Free Download

For the entire party, view here:

 The Lorax Birthday Party

This post is to show the invitations and thank you notes I used for the party.

Lorax Party Invitation

This supper cute personalized invitation was ordered from Etsy at this link:

The Lorax Party Invitation on Etsy

The thank you cards I used are a free download available from HP and the download button here:

The Lorax Food Labels- Free Printable

For the entire party post, view here:

The Lorax Birthday Party

This post is for a free printable to make food and table labels for a Lorax Party.

Lorax Cheese Wheels

The food labels are editable and feature two tall labels and 8 short labels.  Simply print them out on card stock, cut out the entire label and fold it in half.

The Lorax Water Bottle Lables

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Do I have to do everything myself?

My son recently stayed with his grandmother for a sleepover.  He just turned four years old and he’s at the age now where he will tattle on you if you are not careful!

Me: (I was putting Mason to bed.) Do you want your ceiling fan on tonight? (It’s a rhetorical question because he ALWAYS sleeps with the fan on.)
Mason: Yes.  Mommy, when I stayed at Nana’s house, she forgot to turn the fan on!
Me: Oh she did?  Did you ask her to turn it on?
Mason: Yeah, but she didn’t hear me.  I called and called to her but she did not come.  She put a chair by the bed so I could climb down.  So I climbed down and I called and called for her.  So then I pulled the chair to the wall and climbed up.  I turned on the fan and had to pull the chair back, and then I had to climb back up on the bed and get back under the covers!  It was exhausting!