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Having 4 boys, you can bet your sweet fanny that we have enough toys to have our own toy store. I’ve weeded out toys over the years, especially now as they grow and are outgrowing the toys they play with…or no longer play with I guess I should say. One thing I ALWAYS have trouble getting rid of is books. The only time you really find me throwing out books is when they are completely worn out or torn…with that said, I did just get rid of little man’s board books (some not all) that he has outgrown. It completely killed me to do it because he loves to read so much…but now that he’s older, there are new adventures we can go on. Since reading is one of his favorite things, after playing superhero I decided to put together a reading nook for him!
I’ve always loved the TeePee look for a kids reading nook, it’s an adventure all on its own! Pacific Play Tents is a top seller of play tents and their new Interchangeable Multi-Panel Poly-Cotton Canvas Teepee brings a hip style to any playroom.
This TeePee has four interchangeable panels, so we can choose a graphic or solid color to change up the look. Each panel is attached by buttons so it can easily be changed whenever the mood strikes. The four wooden bamboo poles and poly-cotton fabric make this teepee sturdy and durable enough for everyday use.
Little man was so excited and hovering around in anticipation until I finished putting it together. He was even more excited when he saw me add pillows and his books. Needless to say, he was ready to dive in and have reading time. I added some fairy lights to the top so that he can still read when he chooses to close the flaps on the TeePee.
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