Please join me, friends, for a tour of
The Ultimate Playroom.
Which I have had ants in my pants this last month to get in on this and snap some photos. So where to start?
Well, the beginning, of course. Which began with an idea, straight from Gramma's brain. 4 in the morning, to be exact.
She woke up, all sorts of ideas floating in thee ole noggin, headed down to her freezing cold basement, sat on the floor, and wrote it.all.out.
And here we go!
As we head down the stairs, the hall has every grandkids' name, and potentially a silhouette of each child in the future.
Now, gramma's a smart lady. Safety first!
The stairs are covered in a soft foam. You know, for those little unstable toddler legs. The floor is also covered in the same foam, and the center is. . .
Checkerboard. Chess anyone? Checkers?
Now, I really wanted to get all up on this awesomeness. My parents humored me and let me make signs
for the. . .
GROCERY STORE. Complete with toy food, grocery cart, cash register, cash, AND credit cards.
Follow me to the adjacent wall,
where we have the gigantic chalkboard (dude-duh, that chalkboard is framed in with fluting. . .swoon) and easel.
Next to the chalkboard wall, we have the. . .
TELEPHONE BOOTH. YES I AM YELLING.
Across the way, we have the. . .
TRAIN. Climb on in. It too is padded in a soft foam. Please watch your step.
And finally, the pi-ece de resistance.
THE CASTLE. The 2 story castle.
I'm sorry. As a lover of molding and the likes, I must point it out again.
No need to climb out of the castle when wanting to take a train ride, because Gramma & Grampa have thought of everything.
They are connected.
And this completes our tour. Thanks for joining me. Can you come out to play?