Ta-da! Behold, the glorious concrete paver path that defines the outdoor "zones". It's even better than I imagined in my dreams...
While I originally thought in between the pavers it would be dirt or moss, my father in-law placed the pebbles and daaang they look terrific.Save a Child's Heart.
rubber playground mulch so it's soft on her sweet sweet feet and in case she takes a tumble she will land on softness. I think I want a sandbox there and I saw this amazing one from Costco that would protect it from potential animals wanting to pee in there as well as provide some shade. And won't that brick wall in the back just be a PERFECT wall for toddler chalkboard masterpieces??
playhouse and obviously she'll need her own table for when her little friends and cousins are over for tea parties or serious coloring activities. And when she's too big for that, we'll get a ping pong table instead. That'll make big and little kids happy, I've always wanted a ping pong table.
bushes around the shed and I am at the point where I wanna just pay someone to paint this shed before the party. It would help it look a little more finished.
fence to cover the ugly alley stuff.
I think seeing that path in place has really helped me see it all coming together. Does it help you all? Aren't my men amazing?