Sunday, July 04, 2010

Our weekend.

We started our day today with mass. It was such a sunny day we decided it would be a good day to go for a walk.

We decided to walk to McDonalds for lunch. The children had a good play on the playground after eating and Steve and I talked.

When we came home, Joseph was trying to get up on his hands and knees so I took this video of him.

video

Our end room is going really well. Steve has put in the frame work to block the door way from the bathroom (which is becoming our laundry). Tomorrow he wants to pull the window and bricks out to make the door way into the laundry from outside and get the gyprock on the frame work to change the doorway into a wall.


This photo shows looking back from the family room towards the kitchen. The gyprock is off the wall so that Steve could get the door frame out.


This is the gyprock going back on the wall after the doorframe had been pulled out.

gyprock on the wall

This is where the basin was in the bathroom. This shows the basin pulled out and the bricks that Steve will remove to make the door way into the laundry.
Tom got in with the action too and helped by pulling nails out of bits of wood. Steve does this so that we don't have any nails through feet while walking around.
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