Of course, Keith was thrilled that both pieces of furniture were assembly-required. What a trooper. He put the dresser together pretty much by himself as soon as the carpet installers had left.
The crib construction was a joint project, in which I read instructions and found the right pieces and then watched Keith do all the manual labor. In which I forgot to take any photos except of the finished crib. But everybody knows what furniture construction looks like: packing material, random fasteners, one dinky allen wrench, and mass confusion. You get the picture.
I just realized the hamper under the changer is missing its knob because I unscrewed it take along to find matching stain for the glider Keith is refinishing. We'll catch you up on that when it's finished. Or refinished, as the case may be.
MTV's "Cribs" has nothing on this, fo' shizzle.