A Room to Play
This morning we ran around the house until I was out of breath and then we had to take every toy Aden owns out of the toy box. I realized then I had never taken photos of his playroom. Mostly that's because it's always littered with books, cars, blocks, and balls. But, before it became too cluttered with this morning's top pick of toys, I snapped a few photos.
When we decided to convert this room from a guest bedroom into a playroom, I wanted it to be a colorful room that he could grow into and make his own. The walls are a bright green and the accent wall sports large stripes of red, blue, purple and orange.
This adorable frog shaped toy box was given to us by his aunt who also used it when she was a little girl. It's the cutest thing - even when it's "mouth full" of toys risk spilling out at any minute.
Reading is a huge passion of mine and I hope that Aden loves it as well. A reading nook was a must-have in this room and the large, stuffed bear gives him a comfy place to sit. I love watching him grab a book, plop down and start "reading." His favorite books right now are shape books that he can go through and pick out familiar items while he yells out, "ball, boat, cookie, etc."
The colorful owl futon cover and pillows were made by my favorite Etsy shop, Studio Slumber. It gives a fun pattern to break up some of the bold colors on the walls.
This room belongs to Aden and his imagination can run free. Cars come to life and chase over blocks and stuffed animals, the walls become bumpers to his ride-on cars, mirrors reflect his silly faces, and he scores goals using whatever will fit through the hoop.
He's such a joy to watch and we're so thankful for him. And I'm thankful for you too - thankful that you stopped by to read what I had to say. I hope you have a blessed day!