When Toddlers first came into my life, my parents bought them a wood stove.
We’d been cooking on a stove for years, and I remember thinking to myself, This is an incredibly important time for my children.
We had been building a cozy, two-story wood-burning stove in our house, and now I could finally use it.
I decided that I’d give Toddlers the opportunity to build their own fire pit, and when they started to build the fire pit on the stove, they asked if I wanted to build a cage to house their fire pit.
My first thought was, Yes, I’d like to build that.
And that was my first step to creating a cage for them to live in.
I had to do some research on woodstoves, and one of the books I found was How to Build a Wooden Fire Pit.
That book was a little more detailed than my book, but I knew I wanted something sturdy and functional.
So I made a few cuts, took a few pictures, and made a template for my cage.
I filled it with foam, wood, and cardboard, and painted it brown.
When I finished, I got my first Toddler!
He loves it!
Toddlers cage in the woods I was pretty excited when I got home from work.
I knew that my parents were going to enjoy building a cage, and the cage was the perfect size for my two boys to live.
They had been living in the house for several months, and were growing into their own backyard.
But I wanted them to be able to stay in the room with their fire pits.
So my first task was to build my cage for the fire pits, and then I built the cage around the firepit.
I also started by cutting a hole in the back of the cage to give them a place to put their own stuff.
I used the wood for the base, and added the wood to the top.
I didn’t add the plastic lid to the back, so I cut a hole just to add some plastic to the cage.
Then I glued the top of the wood frame to the sides of the frame.
I attached the cage using PVC pipe and duct tape.
I wanted my wood to be strong and sturdy enough to withstand the weight of the firepits and to not break down.
When the cage came together, it was pretty sturdy.
The cage is hanging off of the base of the stove.
It’s not going to hold up to the weight, but it’s going to keep them safe.
Toddler sitting on a fire pit in the backyard.
I made sure the wood inside the cage had enough strength to hold the fire on a consistent flame.
The cage also had enough padding to keep the wood from tearing.
And I also added some insulation around the perimeter of the enclosure, so that I could put more toys inside the enclosure.
The wood I used for the bottom of the box was a mix of pine and maple, and it provided a solid, durable base.
The rest of the furniture in the cage is the kind of wood that would have been used for a fireplace, so the cage included a stove, a table, and some chairs.
In the picture below, you can see the finished cage.
My next step was to make sure the cage could support my boys.
I added a few layers of foam on top of my cage, then glued it down.
After that, I had the wood cut to shape.
I drilled a hole into the wood and attached a piece of pipe to the end of the pipe.
I then drilled a notch in the center of the bottom corner of the hole and attached it to the pipe to hold it in place.
Then, I cut the foam and wood pieces down to the exact length of the metal pipe.
Finally, I attached a few pieces of duct tape to the inside of the top half of the tube.
This gives the cage enough strength so that the boys can sit on it without fear of falling.
As you can clearly see in the picture, the cage looks like a big wood fire pit!
It also helps that the cage has some padding.
It also looks like the cage will keep the fire going while they sleep.
This is what the inside looks like when they’re sleeping in their cage.
You can see that the wood on the outside is pretty thin, but the foam on the inside is thick enough that it won’t tear the wood or the cage down.
I finished the cage, cut it down to size, and hung it from the outside of the house.
When I got to the garage, I decided to put my new cage inside.
I built a little corner grate in the garage door that allowed me to get the wood pieces in and out of the way.
I put a little extra padding around the corner of my garage door, so it would be sturdy enough for Todd