This is a shot of the backyard when we first moved in. Beautiful, eh? The little white shed that had been forgotten was full of random tools and hornets' nests.
Eventually, with the help of our neighbor John and his forklift, we moved it to the other side of the yard and put a new roof on it.
Finally, we decided to paint it. Avery doesn't have any "paint clothes" yet, so I put on a shirt that had some stains, and we tied one of Shad's work shirts around her waist as pants.
And we got to work painting.
For the longest time, we've referred to this little shed as "the playhouse".
But because it hasn't been fully remodeled and cleaned out, our kids haven't been able to use it yet.
Maybe now that the outside is finally getting painted, I'll make some time to get the inside ready.
The color paint we chose is called "Peanut Butter", so now Drake likes to call it the "Peanut Butter Playhouse".
I still want to cut some windows and do a few other things before letting the kids have free reign of it.
Hopefully I can get it in usable condition before the summer is over.
Because what good is a playhouse that no one can play in?