It’s not finished–but it’s unpacked. Hooray! Worth’s cozy attic room is so fun to work in after all the time I spent daydreaming during my pregnancy and beyond about creating a space for this child. His room is actually on the same level as the master and Dorothy’s room, but our new place is a camel back, meaning that the back of the house has a full second floor but the front does not, making his bedroom seem like a little attic perch while ours are just plain (full-height) bedrooms. Dorothy could have chosen any room she wished, but she did not choose this one because of the paneled walls. I see her point, but the space is twice the size of hers–she’ll regret it some day. I have big plans for this room (map-printed curtains are a priority, as is painting that dingy ceiling), but for now it is set up and functional and, for the first time, a real space constructed with my son in mind. His father’s Marine Corps foot locker is his toy box; his “piggy bank” is a combination safe of the same origin. His big-boy bed is on the floor so we won’t have head-bumps, and I repurposed a shoe organizer to hold toy cars and finger puppets. It seems fitting that Worth’s room should be the first room that is fully unpacked and put together–he’s waited long enough!