Wednesday, January 06, 2010

Musical Rooms

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Eight people. Four bedrooms (plus a small basement guest room). Do the math. We share here. Having 6 years on the next oldest child, Juliana has always managed to have a room all to herself though. And somehow in this house she swung the master bedroom too. Jeff and I opted for the main floor guest room since its on the other end of the house (duh). Which we remodeled last year but have been sharing with Roman until a couple weeks ago. The baby is now, quite literally in the studio, at least his crib is in the studio. So is his sleeping. The 2 little girls share. The 2 older boys share.

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And if you're still reading through what could be the most mundane post ever I'll tell you the rest. Isabela and Eleni are moving out of their smaller room into Juliana's master room with bathroom and Juliana is moving into their (much) smaller room with no bathroom. Nicolas is moving out of his and Joseph's room, opting for the basement guest room to himself. Roman will soon join Joseph for a few months until this fall when he'll move into the new smaller Juliana room once she goes to school. So Juliana is moving into what will become a nursery for Roman this fall. At that point all the boys will have their own room and the girls will share the biggest room. And I guess if the snoring improves, I'll still let Jeff in my room. (It is mine.)

There will be a pop quiz on this tomorrow.

The solemn sweeper wasn't too upset, I guess, but downsizing isn't easy. Especially when you're Juliana. There is stuff. Did I mention she has stuff. And because she has been mostly in charge of her stuff ever since we've lived in this house, the stuff seldom gets sorted through. I had resigned to painting over the hand painted wall for her so that the room would feel like hers and fresh and new. But mid-move she decided to keep it. It didn't take much time for the little room to begin looking like a Juliana room.

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Complete with her stuff. The process has brought some deep inner sighs out of both of us as we anticipate a bigger move this fall for college. After getting the first of four applications off this week, my mom instincts told me we better start doing some clearing and switching now before there is too much emotion attached. She is getting used to living smaller. I am getting text messages from her in the middle of the day saying that she is realizing how much she will miss everyone. (clearing lump in throat now)

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And work on the little girls' big room is just beginning. Last night they wanted their beds right next to each other, feeling a little uneasy in their new big space. And the striped wall paper that we somehow never managed to do anything with in all the years Juliana occupied this room, somehow looks like something we might choose to keep on purpose. Or not. Hmmm.

In Anna Maria's Standard Dictionary, right between the definitions for "optimal" and "optimize" you would find this:

`op-ti-mism n.
an inclination towards and the expectation of a favorable outcome due to cleaning out closets, rearranging furniture, throwing away what we all knew was trash to begin with but somehow held off for 2.7 years, giving away that which is not trash, cleaning floors with vigor on your hands and knees not because you have to; sunlight on a freezing day

Look, I'm a scholar.

97 comments:

  1. An exciting fresh start for 2010!
    I say keep the wallpaper it looks great.

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  2. Lots of changes!

    I had a very similar umbrella/light set-up in my room when I was a teenager. I must live vicariously through your daughter now.

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  3. I think it's so sweet they wanted their beds together. Your pictures are lovely.

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  4. My head is spinning. Who is sleeping where? With who? My goodness. Perhaps you should post a flowchart in the kitchen so no one gets lost in the shuffle.

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  5. glad to know i am not the only one moving kids around. we are five in a three bedroom. just reclaimed the nursery, since she never slept in there anyhow, and gave it to my three year old boy. now my baby girl and five year old can share. boring. i know. thanks for listening. :)

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  6. I love the red beds! LOVE. Good luck with all of the changes in the year ahead! I hope you've got a freezer full of Dove Bars:)

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  7. Well I'm not sure I got that straight about the room switching but the important thing is you do. You have a wonderful family there.

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  8. I am so in love with your house. I think I would walk from room to room with my jaw hanging open in awe- all the bright colors and patterns. I covet all of it.

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  9. We are 8, in 3 bedrooms & new arrivals have caused head scratching and room twisting! A lovely fresh start for 2010.

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  10. Will you entertain a question amidst your chaos? Where will Juliana land when she comes home for college breaks? Day bed in the studio?

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  11. You are so lucky to have a big family! My family is complete at just 2 children (mostly my DH's decision), and I'm feeling the quickness of this whole growing up thing.

    P.S. I like the striped wallpaper.

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  12. Anna Maria, I know just how you feel! My oldest child and only daughter went off to college last Fall. We have survived but it was as bad as I imagined! Take deep breaths! It has been nice to experience our relationship shift to a friendlier one, instead of mostly "mother/daughter" And those text and calls home for advice are very welcoming! It will be different but not bad!
    Missing my girl tonight,
    Libby

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  13. After making a flow chart and reading the moves several time, I still feel lost! Hope everyone remembers how to get to the kitchen for breakfast! hehe It actually sounds like a fun time complete with Spring cleaning in January!

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  14. when our oldest moved to college a year & a half ago, her sister wanted to knock out the wall between their bedrooms & create a "suite" for herself, not happening. We had a similar room-shuffle (where the boy with the loft bed finally got a high ceiling so he didn't have to crawl into his bed!). You will survive this transition though I won't tell you it's easy. It's not. Hugs to all of you

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  15. When all of my 7 kids finally left our nest, I had this great idea to have their names engraved and placed on the doors that led to their old bedrooms. But all of my kids moved around so much, I couldn't decide which plaque went where. Our two oldest needed to have their own rooms so that left the 3 younger girls to share a room and the twin boys to share another room. And as each one of our kids left, there was always another one making plans to take over the then vacant room. I so understand what you are saying!!

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  16. We have six people in a 3 bedroom. Hoping to add at least one more bedroom upstairs in the next year or so. I imagine there will be plenty of shifting around then too!

    Love that striped wallpaper, esp with the red beds. Beautiful!

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  17. Oh, I so covet the red beds....are they vintage? Where can I find them? I have been looking for some for my twins bedroom. You are so fortunate to have your babies all spread out so you can enjoy all the different stages at once. Change is always hard.

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  18. I loved moving rooms as a child (and as a college student too...) - it just feels like a fresh start. I love all the beautiful colours in your home...and I like the striped wallpaper too! :)

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  19. Anonymous7:24 PM

    I love to read your blog,the way you write with humor, the things you write about. You're surely blessed with all your children. I recognise the moving around, I surely have no problem knowing now where your children sleep. I grew up with 4 siblings. I myself only have 2 sons, life got in the way.
    And I love to walk via your photo's through your house and life, the coulor combinations are amazing. It's so inspiring.
    I inherited a stool from my grandmother with wooden 'legs", the same as the beds of your daughters. So I will paint them.

    I wish you all the best in 2010!

    Love, Gerda from Holland

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  20. Hilarious really! I have to say that over the time I've read your blog and gotten to know your family its sad/happy to share in your joys of their growing up and moving on. Oh dear. Tear to my eye.
    As for sharing bedrooms, I shared a bedroom with my sister for 11 years and when it was time to have separate bedrooms, I missed her so much and cried for nights on end because she wasn't in the same room. And I was the older of the two. I kind of miss missing my sister in that way.
    Sweet rooms. Don't change a thing.

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  21. I love those red beds!

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  22. Your home is lovely! And i must admit i did get teary eyed too. The thought of my girls(i have 3)going off to collage..well lets just say i now understand my own mothers tears.
    How funny that you guys are rearranging thing. So have i and several other neighbors and friend, i guess its no longer spring cleaning but Winter cleansing.There are much better thing to do in the spring anyway.

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  23. Such a sweet post. I enjoyed reading about the moves and getting to know more of your family. :)

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  24. How exciting and fun to play musical rooms...have you thought about incorporating a goose into the game?
    I love your definition you scholorly girl, you.
    Happy New Year hugs to you!
    Cheryl in IN
    Oh, and you will be fine w/your oldest going off to school. I got through it twice. And we are the dearest of friends now.

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  25. We're in much the same boat: a family of five--soon to be six--in a 3 bedroom house. The eldest is 11 years older than the next one, and the two little ones share. But when #4 arrives this spring, we're feeling the squeeze, and have no spare basement room to which to move. I love the sharing--I swear, it totally builds character--but it might be time for a bigger house. And the thought of "gaining" a room when the eldest goes off to school in a couple years makes me queasy--I just don't want another room that badly. I think you're handling it all quite well, actually!

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  26. On a bright note, all that moving around doesn't leave room for the dust bunnies :)

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  27. Well, I think the last little bit just sums it all up.

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  28. Cute post. One thing is for sure, you may not know who is in what bedroom when, but I am sure they will all find the breakfast table ok.Big families are nice.

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  29. You're a genius Anna Maria! I'm going to read the post again and take notes to prepare for said pop quiz tomorrow.

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  30. Doesn't it all go so fast and they all grow up? The crazy thing about life is that the mundane days when you changed bedrooms and spent a day scrubbing the floor are the magic memory dust that families memories are made of. It's so not boring at all debsx

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  31. The red beds are gorgeous! And how sweet that the girls wanted them together--it will be interesting to see how long that lasts:)

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  32. This post made me smile. As one of seven kids, nine total in my family and only four bedrooms we played musical rooms a lot.

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  33. LOVE the red beds! kinda like red shoes...they just make you smile! :)
    Many Blessings! and Happy 2010!
    Jill

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  34. I am also the oldest of 6 children and becuase of ages/sex (I am followed by 4 brothers and a sister 16 years my junior)I always had my own room. I wish that I would have sifted things and readied myself a little better before leaving for school. I took the path that had me half packed all summer and then cramming with two friends until 2:30 in the morning the night before leaving to finish packing. And to calm what was one of my biggest fears about going off to school and might be one she has, living with seven other people day in and day out makes sharing a room with one friendly girl really very easy!

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  35. This brought back many memories of our kids- we have five and we "moved rooms" many times. Happy 20-10!

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  36. Not a mundane post at all! I love watching how you balance your work life with your family life. As a small business owner/designer and a mother to two young children, you continue to be an inspiration to me. Thank you!

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  37. Annie C.11:25 AM

    Mundane, you say? HA! You make mundane amazing! Thanks for the morning smile!

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  38. I moved out of home to go to college awhile back - four years, but it still feels a little like yesterday. Remember that while she's away, she'll still call, and skype, if you have it, and visit as much as possible. And the best part is that at least for the first year or so, you get to see her over the summers.

    No, I'm wrong. The best part is that for once, she'll have stories to tell that you'll have never even heard bits or pieces of before. You and your family will have a whole extra view of the world in a different place, and so will Julianna. I wish her luck!

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  39. Just when I was thinking I might want a different look for my bedroom, which has one red wall, I saw those red beds. So happy. I'm keeping the red wall. Maybe I'll just make a different quilt to go on the bed...

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  40. Reading about all of your changes has me a bit emotional.

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  41. Right now at my house it is 10 people, 3 bedrooms! Hubby and me in master, 15 year old daughter in her room, husband and wife plus 2 month old in guest room, 3 girls in small-living-room-turned-bedroom, and 11 year old boy in sunroom-turned-bedroom/playroom. We've been managing/adjusting/adapting/loving each other for 3 months now and will continue as long as they need us. We're one big happy family
    BTW, I'm teaching my daughter to sew this year and we LOVE your fabrics. Your book and a sewing machine were Christmas presents. We can't wait to get started!

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  42. Very nice post indeed! May I suggest that YOU could stencil/paint a layered pattern right over the top of the subtle strip. It would look like one of your fabrics.

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  43. Anonymous4:46 PM

    Mundane? I think not. This is one of my favorite posts yet! Thanks for the home view.

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  44. Your family reminds me of that of my elementary school BFF. Three daughters, all in school, when little brother arrived. Grandma lived with them too. Three bedroom house. They switched rooms around in ways that I, coming from a family of four (two parents and one brother, 9 years older than I), could not imagine.

    I turn 36 this year - twice as old as I was when I went off to university - yet I still remember that feeling of being lonely for my family before even packing my trunk. I wish Juliana the best experiences at school. She sounds like an amazing young woman.

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  45. Nothing mundane to this at all; in fact it is the very essence and breath of life. :)

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  46. I love this post, brought back memories of when my oldest left for college. I have 3 daughters and we weren't even 20 minutes away when the 2 younger sisters( high schoolers)called to say they had taken their sister's bed apart and wanted to know where we would be storing it! Guess they were tired of always sharing a room when she had one all to herself!
    When she came home, they would fight over whose room she would sleep in ~ sisters!!
    Time flies, now they are all mommies, and LOVE spending time together.
    (now one of their rooms is a sewing room, the other a play room for their children!)
    Love reading about your family life, you really have a way of making everything endearing! Best wishes to all in 2010! Debbie :)

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  47. I'm so happy to hear of another mother trying to make room for all the ducklings! We have already outgrown our smallish home, and just found out last week that baby number 5 is on its way, quite unexpectedly. Thank you for your optimism and for showing how things always work out and there is always room for a family. :)

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  48. This must be an exciting time in your home. Love how the sunlight shines through those windows.

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  49. i can't get over how much this sounds like us! we just moved though, because our oldest (also having 6 years on the next child) NEEDED her own room! but we switched and swapped and played musical rooms for the 7 years prior! i'm sure we'll still switch around a bit more in the years to come!

    my 2 little girls even have their beds pushed together just like yours! i completely identify with this entire post! mundane and all...

    thanks for sharing your life - you're inspiring and your optimism is contagious!
    ...off to scrub a floor or two!!!

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  50. Anonymous9:01 AM

    Having lived with kids in lots of different sizes of homes, to this day they loved the smallest ones the best where they had to share some spaces, funny how that works! www.whatupduck.com

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  51. i like this post as i too am trying to figure out where i'm going to fit all the kids i want to have...now i have 2 under 3 sharing and one on the way with no room....we need to move? hehe i love the girls pretty red beds by the way!!

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  52. When my daughter left this fall for school, she left me with a mission. She wanted her room turned into the "sewing suite" by the time she got home for Thanksgiving break. Just what this mom needed after giving up the oldest son to school the year before, then giving her up this year. Guess what? Mission accomplished! Even greater was the fun time we had spending all night sewing, eating and giggling.
    Hang in there, the fun times are just around the corner!

    Anna

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  53. Can I just say how much I love coming here? I always feel so... soothed (if that's the right word). Your posts are so sweet and warm and homey I just want to fall inside and stay awhile.

    We just had our third child, a girl, a month ago, and our little 1500-square-foot, 3-bedroom house is cozy — the 7-year-old boy has lucked out and will keep his own room to himself; the 4-year-old girl and the new baby will share (once the baby's out of our room, that is).

    Eventually, we'll swap the two rooms, since the boy's is a tad larger than the girls'. I am so excited to be a mom of three... but I cannot imagine being a mom of 6! You go, lady...

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  54. Love it - Pop Quiz tomorrow - your sense of humor is terrific. My daughter has 5 children and 4 bedrooms. The boy has one, the 4 girls share 2 and mum and dad have the master. Blessings, Janet

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  55. Fabulous post! A not a bit mundane - these are the the very threads of the new fabrics of life! (pretty good eh?) (oh boy, how Canadian... eh?) =) Anyway, thank you, as always, for sharing as it uplifts one to share common ground. My own wonderful daughter first left for university 5 falls ago.... cautionary note here - it gets a "wee" bit easier, but not much ....However the new threads spin themselves into new family quilts of love, expanding the borders, adding new, exciting colors and stretching us all. Many blessings,
    Suzie _

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  56. Sounds a lot like my childhood. We were 12 in a 5 bedroom. My husband and I were fortunate to by my families home and it's just the two of us. I'm not used to having so much room!

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  57. Not mundane at all. I love that you share and don't need more, more, more. Inspiring.

    Oh, and wonderful words from a dear friend helped me when my eldest went away to school last year: I asked her how she managed when her daughter left for school the year before. Her reply, "I just think about all the experiences she is having and I get excited for her." I use that a lot now. Hope it helps you, too.

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  58. i seem to be living a small bit of your life. my eldest child, a daughter , is also making her move to college somewhere. In this, her younger sister is planning for life with a room to herself for the very first time ever. perhaps she needs an umbrella light in the corner and a fresh new quilt to overcome her sadness ... short lived as it will be.
    thank you again for your clarity and light touches in this often disabling period... i am mentally sobbing(my baby is leaving me) and skipping with glee(finally she is going!).

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  59. I got tired just reading this! How do you keep up with all your kids and have time to design, etc.! I'm seriously impressed! How exciting to have your oldest heading for college. My only is now preparing for grad school (after being out of college a few years) and I'm excited all over again. They are really fun after they get over Psych 101....

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  60. I love reading about your family's crazy ups and downs of life. Not only does it remind me of my own (don't we all love what reminds of ourselves? ha) but its really lovely to see a family that is dear to each other and also to read about you as a mother, wife and business owner who keeps homelife in beautiful, ordered chaos. As homelife should be :)Thanks for the anything but mundane post.

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  61. Honestly Maria,
    I am just captivated by your photos. You are truly talented in so many ways. Thank you for sharing your home and family with us. I happen to love your daughter's tights. I will be showing my 14 year old the post when she gets home.

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  62. Those are knee socks over printed leggings, (which I totally loved the minute I saw that she did that)
    xo,AM

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  63. Anonymous1:13 PM

    Please, please, please tell me where to find those red beds! I not only want them, I think I NEED them!

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  64. It never gets easier as one of your babies becomes an adult. But you get such wonderful grown-up friends in the process. You are a scholar...that is exactly my definition of optimism as well.

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  65. The girls beds look gorgeous painted red! Completely pops with the bedding. Sounds like a handful in a good way with all this shifting

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  66. Whoever is in that photo sweeping the floor - I LOVE your tights/leggings, whatever you call them over there?? Great outfit with the boots.

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  67. Love those red beds!! Every picture just pops with eye candy! Lovely!

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  68. ohhh.. sweet and lovely pictures.
    so vibrant and inviting! i adore the beds! do you know where i could get one similar?

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