Thursday, May 7, 2009

I Present The Famous Tree Fort

Homemade, Handmade for some terrific little adventurers!


The boys decided they did not want a roof put on because they thought the avocado tree canopy was way more cool.
I agree!
Unfortunately, due to our 2 year old's love of climbing, a second safety rail will be added to provide maximum protection against accidental falls. A coat of weatherproofing will also be applied as well.
Honestly, I can't wait to hit the thrift store and start decorating it. Don't worry I'll keep the Tom Sawyer look in mind while I'm shopping.
Oh! I just love it! My man is the BEST!
Now what should his next project be?
Hmmm.
Don't worry he LOVES doing things like this.


Featuring Sophia as our Tree Fort model!

The trees canopy over the fort--isn't it perfect?

19 comments:

Kim's Treasures said...

Perfection!

Jennifer said...

That is beyond cool!

Marilyn said...

Great Tree Fort.... BUT just remember Mom.... No pinks & flowers & frou, frou!! LOL!!
Love,
Marilyn
xxoo

Heather said...

totally awesome!

Old Centennial Farmhouse said...

This is awesome! Great job and I know your kidsa are going to have a wonderful time!
XOXO
Joni

Mount Belly Mama said...

What an awesome treehouse! I am going to show this to my husband and tell him to make one now. lol. Your husband has talent girl!

blessedmomto7 said...

LOVE IT~ The kiddos will make many fun memories in there I'm sure!

Gary and Elizabeth~ said...

Wow! the fort turned out great! Maybe on a late night when all the babies are tucked in tight, you and hubby can go to the tree house and enjoy the moonlight and stars.
Have a beautiful Mothers Day,
Elizabeth

littlemarkiesmom said...

What a super tree house! I am so jealous! I love your blog. I added you to my blogroll. I hope that you will check mine out and consider doing the same. :)

JanMary said...

What an amazing tree house!

My kids would love something like this.

Looking forward to seeing what decorations you add!

Hootin' Anni said...

Oh wow....thanks for giving us the secret password to enter this lovely tree house domain. Super.

My Show N Tell this week, is laser crystal art. Come on over if you can find time. Happy Friday.

Smilingsal said...

Oh, you even have a door! You make me wish that I was your child. Thank you for sharing.

Julie said...

How much fun! Everyone will have such wonderful memories with the tree house!
Have a Blessed Friday...Julie

Bellamere Cottage said...

What a great fort! My daughter had something similar when she was a little one.....countless hours of fun out there......what a joy for your kids!

Blessings,
Spencer

Jerelene said...

What a wonderful place for a child to play!! You are so lucky to have a husband that would do this!! The kids are going to have a great summer!!! Blessings! Jerelene

Whimsical Creations said...

Great tree fort!! I want my husband to make one for our son. We have a huge tree in our back yard that is calling for a tree fort.

Cheryl said...

What a lot of work & love went into that tree fort. Years & years of fabulous memories are coming your way! :-)

Suz said...

Did you ever see the Swiss Family Robinson? My fav!!! growing up. I think I day dreamed through 1st and 2nd grade about it... Golly... I dream about it still! But you made that little dream a reality for yours? Whooeee lady!!! Who are you? I'm going to come back as the fly on your wall... This is fabulous

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