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The First Little House

Anne of Green Gables, Beauty and the Beast, The Man from Snowy River, and The Little House in the Big Woods... these are just a few of the beloved stories that I grew up with. So when the time came for me to do as grown-up a thing as buy my first home, is it any wonder that my family and I took to calling it something as charming and nostalgic as "Little House"?

This is the first in who-knows-how-many "little" houses I will call my {very own} home. Firsts are worth celebrating. Firsts are worth chronicling. I'd like to share the process of taking this darling, little fixer-upper with loads of potential, from project to home. You're very welcome to follow along!


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little house THREE

December 27, 2014 I moved into Little House TWO and began cleaning, painting, and decorating it. Exactly two years later my husband, of just less than a year, and I -- seven months pregnant, and our Great Pyrenees dog, Barley James, moved into Little House THREE. When we moved out of the second Little House we sold most of our furniture and purged out a lot of other belongings. What we had left -- with the latest addition of a few practical pieces of furniture and some things for Baby O -- is what we unpacked into the third Little House. The apartment you see is as we found it except for three small improvements: hanging a towel hook near the sink in the bathroom, as well as the pot and the knife rack in the kitchen. A small apartment that isn't much to look at and our minimal belongings have come together to make a very cozy home -- just in time for us to become a three-some.
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Yes, the {first} Little House is finished -- well, as much as a remodel is ever "finished", that is. But this is hardly the last you will see of it. Come on in and take a look!

Pinspiration >> little house TWO

Inspiration boards created with images from this Pin board >> My Place