A lot of the time, kids build homes for themselves.
But sometimes, kids get stuck building a home for someone else.
Like my son.
When my son was 4 years old, he decided he wanted to build a custom home for a friend of his, and we decided to go ahead and do it.
The process started off pretty simple: We talked to a builder, and he sent us a list of what we needed to get started.
The list included a kitchen, a bathroom, a bedroom, and a bedroom/bathroom area, but I knew I wanted a bigger bedroom/bedroom/bathtub.
I wanted to do it myself, so I built my own.
We also added a little space for a table, some storage, and some furniture.
Then I had to go back to the builder to ask him about his plans, and I was told I needed to wait for the builder’s contract.
We didn’t have a contract, so that meant we didn’t know how long the contract would take to negotiate.
So, we waited for about two months.
Then, we started digging.
I went into the builder and asked for more space, and the builder told me he could build me a bigger room than I wanted.
We had a discussion about how much space we could add to the house, and that’s when we decided we needed a kitchen and a bathroom.
I was surprised that I was able to add a kitchen because I had a lot of cabinets in the house.
I could just use a sink, and not have to worry about my cabinets.
We did some measurements and decided on what we wanted, and then I called the builder.
We went in for a consultation and we were able to negotiate the price for what we were wanting.
So now I’m looking forward to building a custom-built home for my son, and it’s a whole new experience.
We built the home in our backyard.
The only thing that I’m not happy about is that we had to make a lot more money for the house than we needed.
We built it in about three weeks, and for the whole process, it was a pretty big savings for us.
I think that for the next generation, building their own homes is something that is a big plus.