Logan’s own room

About a year ago Logan and Layton started sharing a bedroom. Layton was moving out of his crib and Logan really wanted him to sleep in his room with him. So we moved out the full size bed and replaced it with two twin beds. They have loved it, usually at some point throughout the night one of them wake up and get in bed with the other. That is possibly one of my favorite parts of being a mom. Walking back to check on them at night and seeing them curled up with each other โ˜บ๏ธ

Then, over Christmas break Logan made a comment about wanting somewhere he could put all of his things and the babies not be able to break them: Legos, board games, drone, binoculars, the list really goes on. So we talked about actually making the back bedroom his own. That way he could keep all of his things together instead of scattered in every drawer and closet like we’ve been doing. We can even lock the door when he isn’t here to keep little bros out if we needed to. we need to. Cliff and I moved his twin bed in there for the time being until I can get him another ready (the twin beds match so they’ll go back together in the shared room since Landry will be making a big boy move soon) 


The first time Layton noticed Logans bed gone he was upset. “Ohhhhhh, where’s Logan bed? Where Logan go? Come back!!” I picked Logan up from his cousin’s house and when he came home was the first time his room was finally ready (two week process ๐Ÿ™ˆ) I think he was a little bummed about his bed being moved too, he actually realized he ‘moved out’. Of course that night he got in the bed with Layton. And the entire next day all Layton wanted to do was hang out in Logan’s new room while he was off at school. 

Layton moved into his bed when he was 14M old. Landry will be 1 year in a month so those two are very close to being roomies. I’m still pretty positive I’ll wake up to all three boys in the same bed most mornings. ๐Ÿ‘ฆ๐Ÿป๐Ÿ‘ถ๐Ÿป๐Ÿ‘ถ๐Ÿป

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