To see my original post about the tree house go here.
The kids are excited.
I am excited.
They have all helped in one way or another.
The tree house is bigger than I was going to go with,
but Mr. M. got involved.
He would rather go big than have to cut and waste.
The decks are very sturdy, built to handle a bunch of kids.
The lower deck is 10 x 12.
This is the view of the back yard from the lower deck.
We had to trim some tree branches.
The upper deck is 12 x 12.
Mr. M. was out til 8:00 last night nailing in the last deck board.
As you can see there is plenty of space between each deck.
We wanted to make sure there was plenty of head room.
My 12 year old has surpassed me in height,
there seems no end to his growing.
This is the view from the upper deck.
You can see into the fields, on the left in that patch of weeds is the kids pond.
You can also see into the trees from the other sides of the deck.
The tree house is tucked into the treetops hidden.
This weekend we will be making the playhouse at the top.
Railings for the sides.
I am lucky to be married to a wonderful man whom I am totally in love with. We have three adorable children who make us laugh daily, two cats and one dog. We were lucky enough to build our dream home that is filled full of love, laughter and my collections. I am loving all things white, and I believe you can always make treasures even better with some white paint. I have owned my own shop and I loved every process it involved, and one day I may want to do it again with the right partner. I try to live my life with no regrets and I believe that everything happens for a reason and to pay attention to the signs we are sent.