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Pig & Dac’s playroom needs some decorating, which I can’t wait to do. But just a few months ago this room was more of a storage room, and now it’s a fully functioning playroom and Pig loves it.
He’s got a table in the middle of the room with wooden train tracks nailed down to a plywood board that a friend gave to us. It’s like…super fancy for a two year old. Today we took the little trees off the train table and replaced them with dinosaurs and rocks.
Piggie Smalls lives for trains and dinosaurs.
Not pictured is the TV we have in his room on top of small dresser. He doesn’t watch it ever so that’s probably why I forgot to take a picture of it.
I always set up his car wash station like this because then he’ll actually play with it!
He played with a toy like this at his cousin’s house for hours, but never got that into it once we bought him one. Typical.
Crazy hair don’t care.
This is the top of his train table, which is the centerpiece of the room!
I emptied his baskets and started a toy rotation so he wouldn’t be so overwhelmed with a multitude of toys. And you know what, he actually spends way more time playing with his toys now that I took away 80% of them!
This is the area where I mostly put things that I really don’t want him to touch.
The fan is so cute, three blades are yellow, green, and orange. Matches the room perfectly.
Exciting wasn’t it?!
What are some cute, functional ways you’ve decorated your child’s room or playroom?
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