click click click click…
“Ok! The dollhouse move’s all set! Got all the tools packed?”
“Yes! Let’s do it!”
“Yeah! Moving our home to a daycare facility at a Learning Centre, attached to a senior secondary school to help support young parents? Total game changer!”
The bookcase doll house was totally easy to move! The roof unscrewed and this was the result.
The Learning Together Childcare Centre was so excited to take the donated dollhouse! Their theory is ‘green’, so the upcycling done was absolute perfection, and the main motivation to accept it!
A little more about the daycare:
Chilliwack Community Services recently opened Learning Together Childcare Centre, a community daycare, that has spots specifically for young parents.
“The daycare is licensed for young parents,” says Giampa. ‘’And because it’s attached to the school, the [teen parents] won’t have to pay any of the top up – it will be fully funded for them.”
(Government subsidizes daycare costs for teen parents, as long as the daycare is properly licensed, and attached to a school.)
Wow, right?! I’m thrilled the house went to this daycare. The house will get played with every day, all day. How wonderful is that?
The only thing that came back home with me were the Barbie Dolls, because they weren’t suitable for the younger children in this daycare. Instead, they placed their own little cloth dolls inside which were perfect.
Which was fine with me….
And who knows. Maybe they’ll be back with another build one day. They are a pretty creative bunch… 🙂
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This project was part of a volunteer project, sponsored by Porch and Wayfair. They paid for the materials, and my time was donated to build the project. All opinions are my own.