HOW ARE THEY DOING IT?
*This series is to share w/ friends and family how it is possible to make it work for a season w/ 10 people in a 3 bed-room house.
*This series is also to share w/ other homeschooling bloggers how it is possible to still homeschool during difficult transitions.
Our 1st photo is of the 'bedroom'. We have 3 children sleep in here via the bunkbed w/ a provided trundle.
*note: Grammy & Gramps have their own room, as does oldest (adult) brother Joe.
Our 2nd photo is of our "family closet". Funny enough, Kathi mentioned a desire to have a family closet. Well, let me show you the how to have one w/ the core basics.
Left top~ my 5 outfits hung together & TJ's shirts.
Left bottom~ Katie's dresses, jackets, and lil brothers jackets.
Left floor~ dark blue bin (hidden left) is stuffed animals. Red bin is Katie's shoes. Wicker bin is Katie's socks.
Right top~Fred's dress shirts (hidden right). We have 2 sweater holders; the left contains Andrews clothes, the right contains Bryson & Katie's clothes.
Right floor~school files (2 crates) & 4 blankets.
The middle shelves hold: top to bottom;
Pink bin~ my undergarments
Blue bin~ TJ's shorts
Red bin~ TJ's pants
Red bin~ TJ's undergarments
"the diaper station"
Pink bin~ Katie's ballet stuff
Nick & Fred both have a dresser to contain most their clothes, and the turtle hangs out in here too!
Did you notice simplicity?? No pictures on walls, no toys? toys? where are the toys? hmmm...guess you will have to stay tuned to find out...