July 19, 2015

Fort Building

Since Benjamin and I have been spending so much time together, we have found some creative ways to keep entertained. Since I am in the lookout for a tee-pee or tent for the kid's room, and felt inspired, I decided to make a fort with Benji.

This is our very first fort. 

When Benji woke up that morning, we moved the dining tables chairs and built a simple little fort. It was very plain and basic, but Benjamin had so much fun with that simple fort, that the next day he requested another fort.  This time, however, we were a bit more creative.  I say we are getting good at this fort building business.




Things that happen in the fort: 

There is, of course, your basic fort usages. For example: Movie watching, lounging, nap times, snack times and story times.  These moments are wonderful & tender for every mama. (and dadas too) 

Then, at moments, it becomes a home owned by Mrs. Mama. She is pregnant and makes a living selling Pupusas and Tamales.  Her number one customer is a gentleman by the name of Benjamin, who always stops by after work. She only speaks Spanish, but he understand every word she says. He seems to always responds in English, though, and As you may have imagined, there is a slight communication error in this scenario, and orders often incorrect. Oops. 

When Miss Mama is not living there, the home belongs to Mr. Benj.  I'm not sure what this young man does in his home... I only know he is ALWAYS in need of repairs.  He pretty much spends all his time calling the plumber for overflowing toilets, or the roofer because his roof has flown off or electrician because his house was hit by lightning and is now out of power.  Mr. Benj is also quite popular. Many door-to-door sales people come knocking to offer supplies and fixed hydro rates, and he also gets many visits from faithful evangelists delivering the good news of salvation. Halleluyer! 

It is also place to hold wrestling matches. Personally, I think these matches are rigged because one of the contestants is a giant compared to the other, and the little one always wins. Hmm..

Oh and lastly, I must not forget, it is also a war shelter...where one can hide and spy on enemies with awesome green binoculars. We must not forget we are living at war here, people!!!


12 comments:

Ruben said...

Nice

Ruth Alvarez said...

Awe! Wish I could play with him in the for.

Iris Segovia said...

Very nice. A

Sarah Segovia said...

This is Too cute!!!

NC Sue said...

Such fun - it's a shame that as we grow older, we often forget such simple joys.
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Rhonda Albom said...

Looks like they are having so much fun.

Pierced Wonderings said...

How cute is he?! So precious! Building forts is always good fun and a great way to spend some time.

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Dina Lettre said...

Sounds so familiar. 😊 Love the way you captured this simple joy!

Tamar SB said...

Moments of childhood here, precious!

Kim Cunningham said...

Homemade forts are the best!

Catherine said...

So much fun for the little ones... the organic forts are always the best! Love the blue/white crochet blanket by the way!

RAY said...

I remember doing this growing up! Benjamin is so cute and your such a good mother! Love you guys!!

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