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    Beds complete (almost)

    Eric and the boys worked hard on building these beds for the girls. It warmed my heart to see our oldest put in the work that he did to help his daddy. He’s getting so big and even though it scares my momma heart to death, seeing my husband working with our son(s) on these things more than make up…

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    Separately Together

    Eric has officially started the process of building our girls’ beds. Beds that not only will help alleviate the stress of one who sleeps like a tornado from overtaking her sister’s blankets each night, but will also come with storage underneath. Ahh storage, one of my love languages 😊.

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    Ready to Begin Again

    Eric just returned from a deployment a few weeks ago.   Obviously, while he was away he had to put aside building and wasn’t able to do anything for the months he was gone. Now that he’s back, however, he has big plans to make our two daughters new beds. Right now they share a bed that has served its…

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    Cherished Chaos

    Living in a house with five kids is a daily adventure, one that comes with lots of noise, fussing, tattle-telling and bickering. It’s also one that comes with the beauty of hearing lots of I love yous, many helping hands, laughter and playing. It comes almost daily with at least one handful of “dowies” (our 2 year old’s word for…

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    Craftsmanship

    This is Eric and our youngest, although he is a lot bigger now, but I love this picture 😊   and this is me… We have lived in four states, one of them 4 times and one of them twice. When Eric went active duty I made the comment that I’d follow him wherever the Army took him but when…

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    Getting Started

    So, who are we? Why did we choose 8-Point as our name?  There are a billion places where you can buy furniture from, even hand-made furniture, so why are we any different? Our names are Eric and Michelle. We have been married for 16 years, we have 5 kids (ages 2-10). For those bold enough to ask to our faces…