So here are those two crib ends. I painted them, and then had my handy man come screw them directly into the wall so they wouldn't move around. Then I just slid the twin beds right up to them. Almost instant headboards :) They could probably be a bit wider to look like a standard twin headboard, but non-perfectionist me is not picky about things like that. There must be/needs to be a better word for those of us who fall in to that category. If their width starts to bug me, I could always get my HM to add a couple pieces of those crown molding things to either side to widen them up.
Here they were before. Isaac was ready to get rid of them when they'd been sitting in our storage for the last 3.5 years. Glad I figured out a way to keep them and make them serve a new purpose.
Oh, this outfit.
Where I prefer gingham, stripes, and solids... she prefers glitter, neons, and clipart (which she always manages to find at her Granny's house;)
Watching them play and sleep in here.
Reading them stories, singing them songs, praying with them, and kissing them goodnight in here.
Very blessed days.
That crib has served us well.
As has Set's.
Probably won't be chalk painting anything else for the next few months as I don't quite have enough hours or hands as of now with the three kiddos. But, I'll get there :)