Friday, July 17, 2009

A word tour of our home

"Hi, welcome to our home! We're so glad you could join us. Here, let me take your coat.
If you would, please leave your shoes by the door. It's not that we're clean freaks - Peanut loves to eat soil and any interesting finds on the floor. Thanks.

Would you like a tour?

This is our living room. No, we do not decorate with Tupperware containers and measuring spoons. Our child just loves to play with those. Be mindful of where you sit - you don't want a kitchen utensil where the sun don't shine! Hahahaha...heh...wooo...moving on.

This would be our dining room. I know that most dining rooms have...oh, what do you call in them. But we're minimalists. We like to think the absence of furniture in here will make our house seem bigger. In reality, it provides more floor space for Peanut to leave her toys. And for us to have dance parties. Who needs to eat?

And now we have made our way into the kitchen. We spend most of our time in this room, as you can see by the dishes and stuff on the counter.
Isn't our fridge "festive?" Peanut loves to decorate the fridge with handprints and slobber. Oh, and take note of which letters of the alphabet are on the fridge - the other 22 will be underfoot during this tour. Think of it like a scavenger hunt!

We can skip our rooms and the bathroom. The only thing of interest in any of those is our family photo - which can be found on the floor of the bathroom. Our daughter has quite the design sense, doesn't she?

Oh, you're leaving so soon? But you haven't seen our toy-riddled TV room yet! Well, if you must, you must...

Thanks for stopping by! "


Anonymous said...

I prefer a lived in home. You are nurturing your child's creative instincts. Good by me. And I could use some Tupperware. Makes a nice cat bowl. ~Mary

I like(or don't) people for who they are, not for what their house or car looks like. Really.

-Justin said...

A tour of my home would be similar, with more dirty laundry. Don't even sweat it!

C. Beth said...

Great, funny post!!

Badass Geek said...

Sounds like my home. Very nice!

Eternal Lizdom said...

I'm totally decorated in toddler-chic, too!!

And I'm still waiting for that post about what you really think about having more kids...

Scriptor Senex said...

Gone through that phase. Now we have a 21 year old - it just means the toys are bigger, the mess messier and the fridge empty.... One day we'll all get our houses back and then we'll decide they're too big for us and move!