Progress

We've had a couple really good, long days to work on the RV. It's crazy how much we can get done when we have 2-3 adults available and the kids are happily playing or napping. 

I put a couple pounds of dried beans in this bin for the kids and Lulu has played with it for HOURS. 

I put a couple pounds of dried beans in this bin for the kids and Lulu has played with it for HOURS. 

Dad and I tackled the kid's bedroom earlier this week. I primed and painted while he worked on finishing the trim throughout the house. 

Lulu wanted to help SO bad, but I was smart this time (I learned my lesson after I let her help paint the cabinet doors) and instead of letting her help paint the walls, I found her a piece of scrap wood that "needed to be painted". She was thrilled to help out. 

We got peel and stick flooring for the kids' room. We were going to continue with the same flooring as the rest of the house, but we realized that it can't be a floating floor because we need to be able to access all of the compartments under the platform in their room.

Installation was quick and easy, and very rewarding! Hiding that hideous plywood felt so good!

The lines are all spaces where we had to spot laying flooring to allow the different compartments to open and close. We were very pleased with how it looks!

Austin's friend Dan, who also built his own tiny home, came over to help for a few hours this week. He and Austin worked on building our bed over the cab. They accomplished a lot in a very short time!

We're adding a few more boards and supports to it, but it's starting to make sense!

We found a new fridge on CL that fits this space too! One advantage to living so close to the border is that we can take advantage of the exchange rate.

Unintentional bathroom selfie. Lulu loves the Elsa-colored bathroom. 

Another exciting bathroom development: Our composting toilet is here! It's not installed yet, but that's next.