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)

4 comments:

Nancy said...

Oooh...you'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 awake...so 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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