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Progress :D (Jack in TOP BUNK!)

Well I can check a few more jobs off the list!

Mark finally managed to fix the bunks and Jack is in the top one now, been almost an hour and no screaming or tumbling from great heights as of yet so I'm feeling hopeful (there's even a thunderstorm rolling about but not a muff from the kids). Jack was asking for me to bring Tom in to share his room as I said night night to him :oD Think it'll be a few nights yet before I stick um both in there!



I've managed to sort the cloth nappies and vac-pac the larger ones for later. The smaller ones are in the Tidy ready to be washed closer to my due date. Really wish we could sort the big dresser in the boys room (it's musty, don't know how to shift the smell) then I could move Tom's clothes out of the nursery and in to there, but it will have to wait until the better weather I think :o( This thread gave me a few ideas to try (and a chuckle): http://do-it-yourself.tribe.net/thread/50626ea9-08e2-4016-bc76-602cb4b4f4c5

So..... The "To Do Before Smudge Arrives" List now looks like this:

Buy mattresses for crib & basket
Get Tom into Big Boys Room
Finish repair/refresh on dresser in boys room
Fix the kitchen (biiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiig job!)
Baby Laundry

Should be ok at that..................................................

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