I’m still messing around with some of the things I got at Round Top a couple of weeks ago. Jars and springs and other useless junk sits waiting for me to get inspired, which may take a while.
I immediately knew, however, what I would do with this baby. I found an old, metal letter for Noah’s room. Since everything but the walls is black and white, I KNEW this would be perfect.
So cool! But wait, I’m looking at that picture and wondering, did I hang it upside down?! Do y’all think that N is upside down? Good grief. I promise you, before I had kids I was as sharp as a tack.
Honestly, the chances are slim that I will actually go in there with a hammer and re-hang it. I am sure I will be sorry someday when Noah can’t get a job because he writes all of his capitol letters upside down, so he never leaves home and ends up developing a passion for Ramen. Or should I say Яamen? All because of my laziness to turn the N the right direction.
The Lego wall behind his bed has been a huge help in keeping the Legos organized and off the floor. The boys are great about sorting their Legos into the containers, although I need to get a few more buckets. Sounds like I need a trip to IKEA.
And the Giant Legos are one of my favorite useless things I ever made. And that’s saying something. I’ve made a lot of useless things.