March 25, 2006

All In a Day's Work


Getting started.


Kevin and John. Kevin is counting and John is directing.


Still counting.


Preparing the frame as Jeremy mounts the wood pile.


Uncle Joe explaining his plan to Kevin.


A lesson in the finer points of carpentry.


A lesson for dad, too.


Uncle Joe, our shed building hero!


The framed building, obviously.


Settling in for breakfast. This was actually Thursday but the boys look so cute, I couldn't resist sticking it in!

Look to the finish!

10 comments:

CMB said...

LOVE IT! The house looks beautiful from that breakfast picture and the shed looks cool. What a great manly bonding experience. I am so glad you are all so happy and having a great time.

mamabear said...

What super pictures!
And I love your new dining room. That color looks bee-u-ti-ful!!!
Your guys look so cool putting up the new shed.
-dawn

Jersey Girl said...

Love the carpet under the kitchen table. And the white clock is also nice.
What a handsome work crew you have!

Hillary said...

I love the paint in the breakfast nook!

The pictures of the guys working are fantastic. I really love it when men work together with boys. It's so much fun to watch them patiently teach and explani! And the littles are always so excited about helping!

Enjoy your new home!

momyblogR said...

What great pictures of the construction crew, lol! And you're right...they are WAY cute!

I'm looking!

Jfur said...

Your mom is right... :-) the rug is gorgeous! And your boys look so cute all lined there. My favorite time with my boy is in the morning, he is just so sweet. I coming to believe that mornings are the best time for men/boys. Love your new house, hope you're enjoying every "settling in" moment!

Dy said...

What a great job they did!

I love your dining room, btw. So pretty, and it frames the guys quite nicely! (Are you just loving the new house???)

Dy

Maggie Ann said...

What a beautiful room...and boys to be proud of!

Classical Michele said...

I love the pictures, Laney. When you get a chance, please post more!

Becky said...

Hi! I followed your link from Carolyn's site at Guilt Free Homeschooling. Looks like you have been busy!! Best wishes on getting settled in - I'll check back with you. (I have 2 boys of my own and will start kindergarten with the oldest this fall)