I know it’s the same for you.
You change one room, and then that changes another room and so on and so on.
My oldest daughter likes change just as much as her mama does.
She gets bored with a “style”. I get bored with a vignette.
She has gone from sporty to Frenchy and now to a more eclectic look.
She really has a great decorating sense. She likes to make her room like an apartment of sorts. It’s her refuge.
I am going to show you pictures soon of her room (when it’s clean) so you can see what I’m talking about, but for today I am going to show you the change that changing her room brought about. Whew…that was a mouthful.
You see, when Beth changed her room, she gave all of her stuff to Faith for her room. In turn, I took a lot of Faith’s things and put them in my guest room.
So because of Beth’s change up, we changed two other rooms. Fun huh???
The cool thing is that I totally loved Faith’s bedding in her room. And, I spent way too much money on it not to use it somewhere. (I rarely spend much money on bedding but I did on hers so I couldn’t just stash it away)
I also pulled other things from Faith’s room because she went from a ruffledy shabby chic look to a bright, fun, almost hippy kind of look.
Moving and reusing is certainly the way to go.
Can I also just say how nice it is when your child can get a job and pay for a lot of their own things? Room change ups don’t cost me anything for Beth anymore because she uses her own money.
It worked out well also because Beth “sold” Faith all of her old room stuff for a very small price so that Faith could claim ownership to the new things in her bedroom.
Beth’s change worked out well for all of us.
So glad you stopped by.
I pray today and everyday that you remember just how much the King of Kings loves you, His princess.