She'll probably choose to sleep for a year afterwards.
Yes, people, I'm exhausted.
I'm not positive, but I have a hunch that it may have something to do with sleeping on the couch for a week, Ellie refusing naps amidst loud banging on the other side of her bedroom wall, and spending the last day and half assuming damage control to get my house back into some sort of liveable state.
And we did see Avengers late last night, but that was completely necessary.
Everytime we remodel something I remember, "oh yeah this sucks" because it is always more work than you planned, the unexpected becomes the expected, and you really can't eat enough pizza to get you through the endless hours.
The flooring was ripped out months ago thanks to the worst sewage problem known to man. The bathtub was a mauve-ish delight and the sink stopped working before Christmas.
Let's all chant "gross gross gross! " fo reals.
It was decided that gutting the entire bathroom was really the only way to go. Thus, this was the side of my house for several days. Nothing like opening those french doors on a pretty day to find a toilet, plastic shelving from the 70's, and an old washer.
Both sides of the coin..Left is Andrew and his bro drywalling the new bathroom. Right is the laundry room side complete with drywall and new paint.
My job was to paint the walls and hold the light fixtures. I learned right then and there that if I were to ever go on Survivor I would win every challenge thanks to my incredible arm strength. Good thing it only took 5 minutes though. Seriously.
Friday: To avoid post traumatic stress disorder we went to Cafe Rio.
Tis the coziest laundry room in all the land. I heart it.
Isn't it pretty?
Elle loves the bathroom so much that she has pooped in the tub twice already while taking a bath and when I pulled her out of the tub she peed all over the floor.
She really teaches me a lot about what it means to celebrate.
Now this girl is off to bed for a nice long nap..