Thursday, December 22, 2011

A First World Problem

First World problem...




First World solution...



I'm not sure if this giddy feeling is shame or joy.
Or shame at my joy.

Ikea, you complete me.

Shar :-)

10 comments:

Toni said...

Nah, be joyful. You not giving your kid toys isn't going to solve the worlds' problems.
Great job BTW.

Jen R said...

OMG looks awesome, rejoice and be joyful :0 I want an Ikea near me!!

Nicole said...

Perfect!

Melissa Jane said...

I wish we had IKEA where I live. My life would be so much easier, and my posket would be so much lighter.

Miss Mandy said...

Yeap I love this stuff!

Mama of 2 boys said...

Oh we're all feeling a little guilty at the excess at this time of year, just goes with the territory. I would SERIOUSLY love my fam and friends to believe me when I say "NO MORE TOYS PLEASE"... but I know they won't :o/
Awesome solution there Shar and you know I love a good storage solution :o) xo

Two Aussies in Bots with a Baby said...

So jealous over here .... wish I could take Ikea flat packs back to Bots with me :( And if you guys are anything like us, I bet half those toys of Magoo's (or even 95% of them) were bought my someone other than you or your hubby??!!
I've been feeling guilty lately too at all my little man has, so to ease my guilt when I get back to Africa next year I'm going to do a toy clean out and take to our local kids' home. Can't hurt to do a bit of belated giving and to teach my two year old to "share" his things??

Peggy said...

Brilliant! How easy was that, and the result is fabulous! I love Ikea and am not ashamed to say it.

danneromero said...

Giddy is good. Happy Holidays!

Alex aka WHOA MUMMA! said...

I'm not allowed in Ikea anymore - I could spend days lost in there, daydreaming about storage.

I have organisation OCD. Pity no one else in my house shares my problem.