Attempting to live a better story ... and scrapbooking it.
Sounds a perfect weekend especially the easy part. Bunk beds - I remember dorm rooms lined with 3 or 4 sets per room - thankfully not all occupied so the top bunks made for great storage (or mess as some parents called it).
Lovely post Ruth. These types of everyday pictures are always my favorite!Greetings from Chicago~
The one thing I didn't like about our bunkbeds was trying to reach up to change the sheets!
My son had a cabin bed at one stage - he loved it and it became quite the place to let your imagination have adventures. But as Sian points out, it's not that easy to change the sheets on!
Sian has taken the words out of my mouth. Changing the sheets on th top bed is a nightmare. We have a small office/spare room that has bunk beds. The reality is that the girls go in them and the visitors occupy their beds.
Love the Tintin poster :). Here's another who doesn't enjoy making up the top bunk!
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