The New Keyhole

In our old house there was a door to a bedroom that, at some point before we arrived, had it’s doorknob changed to one of a different style. The “fix” left behind a small circular hole that was fantastic for checking on sleeping, or potentially sleeping, kids. As an added bonus every so often I was presented with some cute photo opportunities.
This house, however, has nice sound doors with door hardware attached as it was meant to be and no gaping holes.

A feature that, I will admit, disappointed me far more than a woman should be disappointed when looking at nice hole free doors in her nice new house. But then I noticed that some of the doors do have old fashioned keyholes in them.

And if I line it up just right…

Jane through keyhole

ย …I can still catch a glimpse of what is happening inside.

7 comments on “The New Keyhole

  1. Mindy says:

    So fun!!!

  2. Strobes in the kids rooms? ๐Ÿ™‚ You will treasure these photos on years to come. Cherish this time while it lasts; it is fleeting. They grow up so quickly.

  3. Jenny says:

    Awesome! I am glad you have key holes in your doors!

  4. Corky says:

    So precious!! I stayed up way to late catching up on your blog. I was in Florida and you know, during the day, I had to put my sunscreen on, walk out the door in sandals, watch for the alligator in the lagoon, well, you get it….
    PS-I”m home now, and it’s snowing. I thought you’d be glad to know that.

    • Jessie says:

      Sounds like it was a tough vacation! We got rain instead of snow here, almost all our snow is gone now just a few little patchy spots. But we have enough mud that I had to save Jane, she had both feet stuck and couldn’t get out! ๐Ÿ™‚

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