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Bathroom progress....

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So this is what the wall looked like when folk arrived for the weekend for Georgie's party. Not great... but a damn site better than it had been! At least people COULD pee without being seen and heard by everyone. Apart from this one little bit at the bottom that didn't fit because, after taking the measurements, "something slipped". Mmm....  Never mind.

My Mum, and my Mum-in-law, her partner and his granddaughter came to the house before the party. One of my sisters-in-law and her hubby stayed with us for the weekend. Luckily (since she is my hubby's sister) she knows exactly what he's like and sympathises with my situation. Actually, she laughed! A lot! But this is what we expected (love my S-i-L). No one else commented... Even my Mum although I expect she's saving it up for later (eep)

Now.... these next few pics are what I am going to be stuck with for the next 7 days! Yay! Because she swapped his work days last week, he is now working until Sunday. And if that's not bad enough, what he had forgotten when he did this swap was that I am supposed to be working too. And Mum (our only baby sitter since we live 2-3hrs away from any other family) is on holiday all this week. OOPS!

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(Oh look, the window he smashed looking for the spirit level!)

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I'm supposed to be working Thu & Fri this week. Now.... well now I have to take baby to work with me on Wed (other 2 are in school & nursery that day) and do a short day and somehow make up the rest later. No idea when! If I start working on all the days me & hubby are supposed to be home together then the bathroom will NEVER get finished!

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