Tackle It Tuesday #122

Hello Tacklers!

It is me – Janice – and I am back!

But, just for a quick tackle visit. I am in the process of trying to choose a new 5M4M resident tackler.

(In case you missed last week. We are saying good bye to our fabulous resident tackler Carolyn so she can have a much deserved break and we are looking for a new Tackle it Tuesday editor to manage Tackle it Tuesday.)

And, since I haven’t finished that huge tackle of sorting through all the fabulous applicants to chose a new head tackler, I thought I would jump back into the game with a tackle of my own this week.

As usual, there are countless areas of my house that need to be tackled. I should have chosen one of the organizing tasks that are screaming out for me. But instead, I chose something fun and something that simply needed to be tackled ASAP.

This Step2 50’s Diner toy arrived a couple weeks ago for us to review in our Christmas Giveaway Event.

(Yes – this November we will have tons of fun giveaways in our biggest event yet! So make sure you come back to win some toys for under your tree. We will be giving away one of these Step 2 Retro Diners during that giveaway… not now… so please do not be confused. This is NOT the giveaway post. )

It had been sitting in our living room waiting for me to get around to building it. And while Jackson was having fun climbing on the box – I figured the kids would probably enjoy it a bit more if we actually assembled it.

So time to tackle!

I had grand plans of assembling it all on my own. (I am one of those wimpy girls that hollers for my husband if tools are involved.) I was going to proudly show off my project to you, that I did all on my own.

But at the last minute, I wimped out. There were screws in there ladies! I know I could have done it on my own. But I hollered for hubby and he saved me with his power drill.

So here is our tackle – our family project this weekend. (Olivia enjoyed “helping” with the stickers.)

It is all complete – except for one missing knob. I am not sure how we misplaced that.

Even 4’4″, six year old Jackson can fit in to play with his sister. It is so cute to see him squeeze in to play with her. They even have been eating some meals in there!

Both of them love it – I am sure glad we assembled it. It is a hit! (Olivia is currently playing with it while I write this post. Yes, this was one very useful Tackle!)

Join Us For Tackle It Tuesday

We’re making housework blog-able!

Each week on Tuesday, we are posting before and after pictures of a project or trouble area that we tackled this week.

Find out more about Tackle It Tuesday here.

The project can be little or big – whatever you want. Basically, Tackle It Tuesday is about giving ourselves incentive, deadlines and satisfaction in getting our household tasks done. (It doesn’t even have to be housework… just whatever is on your To Do list.)

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Tackle your housework in style with Jessie Steele vintage-inspired aprons from Rick Rack Attack.
 
Rick Rack Attack is a member of our Mom-Owned Store directory and is sponsoring today’s tackle.

If you tackled a project this week, just add a comment and add your link below.

Happy Tackling ladies…

Comments

  1. says

    Hey Janice,

    You know I’m the best tackler for the job. What’s holding you back? O.K. I will acknowledge that there are some other FABULOUS tacklers also.

    Good job on the project, even if you needed help. Jackson will be wielding a wrench before you know it.

  2. says

    Oh that looks like SO MUCH FUN!!!! Love it!
    Feels good to have something done, even if it is laundry again!
    I kept picturing someone’s grimy fingers all over my clothes. Yuck!
    Happy week to you all!

  3. says

    I haven’t tackled anything today but yesterday, I was enjoying the work so much I forgot to take the pictures.

    I moved the sofa and the tv cabinet to the other side. Yup I can move furniture’s despite my petiteness.

  4. says

    Wow, I’ve so been eyeing that kitchen set. We’re looking for one for the kidlet for Christmas and I so badly wanted to get that one… for me, more than anything, haha.

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