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Playing Naturally in NC

by Jenn
(Cape Hatteras)

We are in the process of renovating our small, one bedroom home, which will one day have a glorious playroom, with space for exploring!

For now, we have quaint "playareas" set up in our den and also in the family bedroom. The picture is of a few items that we have out in the living area. Due to limited space, we rotate the smaller toys out every few weeks which keeps the kids entertained.

Our newest purchase was the Plan Toys rocking horse, which our 18 month old and 5 year old both love. One of their favorites, that is barely visible in the picture, are forest decals stuck on the window. The kids love playing with the different animals and scenery while looking out at the huge live oak tree in our yard. Also in our living area, we have a small Ikea table set up next to our kitchen table where the kids spend hours crafting, reading, eating, and playing.

Upstairs in our bedroom we have a basket of dress-up items and other stuffed animals which are used almost everyday. So even though our space is small, we find it very inviting and inspiring.

Thanks and happy playing!

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Jul 28, 2008
Very nice
by: Anonymous

I wish we could see more!

Jul 22, 2008
by: Anonymous

Your space is beautiful. I love the natural light and the hardwood floors.

Jul 17, 2008
Love it
by: Anonymous

I love it, especially what you said about the huge oak tree out the window. Sounds like a lovely and warm place.

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