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Uh-Oh, Baby’s On the Move. How We Keep Germs in Check in Our Homes.

Life as a working mom with a newly mobile little one is certainly busy! We know all too well the art of juggling a full workday from home with small children on the move in the mix. With six kids between us, a popular design blog, an online retail business and a line of baby monitors hitting stores this summer, we are today’s mompreneurs balancing it all. We’re also the first to admit, it isn’t always perfect. Unless it’s staged for a photoshoot like my office below (smile).

Work from Home Office

My daughter Emerson went from sitting up to running, pretty much over night. This just means she is now getting into everything and I mean everything these days—from climbing onto my desk chair to reaching for my computer mouse to grabbing anything that looks even remotely interesting. Having a productive work day now also means making sure her surroundings are clean, safe and disinfected. Watch how we do it on the fly with a behind the scenes peek into PN operations along with a few simple tips for helping protect the office from germs with Lysol Disinfectant Wipes*.

Keep scrolling for the rest of our Project Nursery home office tour below:

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Melisa Fluhr Project Nursery Office

Photos by Charlie-Juliet Photography

This post is sponsored by LYSOL. All opinions and thoughts are my own. For more tips, advice and helpful information, sign up for their newsletter now!

*Kills 99.9% of germs when used as directed


Melisa Fluhr

Tuesday 5th of July 2016

Hi Cassandra, The desk is from West Elm! It's great, I've had it for years -

Cassandra Hunter

Tuesday 5th of July 2016

Love the desk. Where can I find it?


Tuesday 28th of June 2016

I've been doing a lot of research about the amount of chemicals in everyday products that we use around our babies. I discovered some shocking chemicals and how they react within our bodies in everyday surface cleaners etc. I made my own natural cleaner, see how you can make one too here: