10 : : Fort making in the kitchen


Posted on July 10th, by Amy in My kids, photographs. 10 comments


After basting my quilt on the floor – we got all the blankets from the other room to build a fort! Kept them busy for a little while :)

Love the look on Owen’s face – it says it all!

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10 thoughts on “10 : : Fort making in the kitchen

  1. 1
    W. Latane Barton says:

    That Owen is on a mission!! I have a grandson named Owen. He's 16 and a big young man.

  2. 2
    roseylittlethings says:

    Super cute! My girls have been building forts this week too! I am going to post the quilt questions a bit later today! I think I finally got backing for the monster quilt! Just waiting for it to arrive. Think I am going to wait to baste it until after the baby arrives because it killed me last night to baste a small quilt!

  3. 3
    kwiltmakr says:

    Wow, there is nothing like a fort. My kids would spend hours doing that. Lots of fun.

  4. 4
    bethany says:

    Forts are the best…we are always making them in this house…it looks like fun!!!

  5. 5
    Blue is Bleu says:

    I used to build forts with my cousin! We each had our little 'house' (like 2 feet apart) and we'd visit with each other lol!

  6. 6
    Priscilla says:

    I was fort making day today then, my three did one too, under their bed. I gave them a bowl of popcorn and they were playing there happily all morning. I was not allowed to take a picture though :-)
    Kristina

  7. 7
    Tipper says:

    Such cute little faces : ) Nothing like a fort-my girls still build them.

  8. 8
    Jean says:

    Funny, kids always enjoy this…I did as a child and so did my kids. Great picture! I enjoyed the interview too!

  9. 9
    Marrdy says:

    I love his look! And I miss my kids being little and making forts!

  10. 10
    blushing rose says:

    … the keeper of the fort … chuckle! Darling … TTFN ~Marydon

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