Thursday, October 11, 2007

Installing a faucet: Part one

Part one of this story goes something like this:

Never, ever try to switch out a bathroom faucet/pop-up drain fixture when your toddler is present and you are solely responsible for her care.

Just. Don't. Do it.

(Part One, Part Two, Part Three, Part Four)


Nancy said...'ve left me in suspense.

Now I'm going to have to wonder the rest of the night long what it was that Miriam did...this could be fun :)

Bridget said...

Don't worry, it's nothing earth-shattering. So don't get your hopes up :).

Jen said...

bring on part II

Crissy Bear said...

You know Bridget I can totally relate. I recently took our bedroom that was full of three filing cabinets, two desk and three shelves and turned it into a very tiny office and very tiny bedroom. Jason of course HATES IT but I'm happy because now I don't have to look at the desk or messy shelves while I'm laying in bed. The problem of course was that I choose to do this while Jason was gone (He's always gone :) and the two kids were of course they wanted to help. The cute moments included Ezra turning stuff into a slide and Grace helping me push the rolling file cabinet into place. The not cute moments included way to many things to mention. I enjoy being an independent women who can rearrange her own furniture, put her own shelves together, refinish things on her own but I really miss having my mom around for free babysitting whenever I start a project. I consider it a woe of higher education :)


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