I found a 8/4 scrap of Beech that I could just get the legs out of for both the chair and table and a piece of 4/4 Poplar for the aprons and stretchers. For now I'm planning on using some White Oak for the seat and table top but that is a maybe.
You can't tell much from either of these two photos but I have 'em and I control the mouse. The legs are rough milled and set in approximate position. Photos from the front and back:
I've since finished milling and marked out the mortices on the legs and the tenon on the stretchers:
Before going to work yesterday I managed to chop one of the twelve mortices for the chair. I expect to beaver away on the remaining mortices today as long as I can before my 16:00 day job "show".
The table will wait until the chair is finished so I can be sure they fit together.
BTW, yesterday morning before I finished final mark out I had a bit of re-design panic....."Only on the back did I 'complete the box,' oh shit it will fall apart at the first contact of kid butt." I went back and googled kids chairs and most of them had legs with only top stretchers. Re-design panic over, if it falls apart I'll just blame google. To add some strength I will use a slat seat screwed (thank you Bob) to the top rails.
More photos to follow as the build progresses, I hope they will be a little more interesting.