Well, it is time for Show Us Where You Live Friday over at kellyskornerblog.com. This week we are touring Master Bedrooms.
If you have ever bought a house, you surely remember the hunt for the perfect house. Then, you realized that there isn't a "perfect" house. At least, not in your price range. Or, is that just me?
When we bought this house, we were looking for a larger, more family friendly house. We had two kids and were planning on one more. We wanted a playroom and spacious bedrooms for the kids (since they would likely be sharing down the road). We also wanted a family room where we could entertain family and friends and host Bible Studies. Our priority was our kids, our family, and our friends.
So, we had to sacrifice somewhere.
It was the master bedroom and bathroom that would suffer. As a matter of a fact...wait for it...we don't have a master bath. GASP! Trust me, I wish we did. Once Nurse Boy is a Nurse Practitioner, that is a HUGE priority around here! I DO NOT plan to share a bathroom with 2 teenage boys.
No. Thank. You.
But, come on into our humble bedroom...
It is actually a room that I love to come to and relax.
The good thing about a small room is the simple fact that there isn't any room for clutter!
I also highly recommend stashing (and using!) a couples devotional in your room. We feel so much closer to one another when we commit to doing these nightly! Nightlight by the Dobsons is another one I recommend.
Did you know that you could play hide-n-seek in the midst of clean clothes? Don't answer that.
Yeah, it really helps out with the wrinkles.
Sometimes Nurse Boy even searches for a midnight snack to bring into the bedroom. How about some Peanut Butter Cereal Bars?
Just take 1 cup peanut butter, 1 cup light corn syrup, and 1 cup of sugar and bring to a boil. Remove from heat and mix in 4 cups of cheerios and 2 cups of rice cereal. Press into a 13x9 pan. Let cool and sneak them into bed late at night.
Whatever you do, don't let the kids see you.
Thanks for stopping by!