One of the best parts about parenthood is seeing your own parents marvel at their Grandchild. Both sets of my son’s Grandparents get giddy just talking about him. And when each precious visit comes to an end, they won’t leave without many kisses and the next visit planned! We thought we would honor a few special Grandmothers in today’s post.
Emily of The Little Window Shoppe knows a thing or two about shopping for the best deals! Her daily blog showcases her style best with fashionable finds under $50 for both Mommy and child to cherish. So when it came time to decorate her son Logan’s nursery, Emily went with what she adores; everything cute and simple. Turtles! Yes, turtles
This week our “Project of the Week” featured room may be small on space but is big on sophistication and creativity. Cool Hoboken couple Jennifer and Calvin were able to turn a tiny 9×12 room into a little gem of a nursery for their baby boy Aven. They were inspired to design the nursery around the crib bedding they choose,
If I were to Google “small baby nursery”, maybe a 10×12 room will show up. Homeowners, designers and parents will then describe how they struggled to make it work. Whatever. Sometimes new moms and dads just don’t have the space…like a room with a closet, a room with a window or a whole other room for that matter. I know
Corporate Creative Director by day and Crafty Do-It-Yourselfer by night. SF gal Natalie Hansen has a knack for interior design. Just check out her blog http://www.steamedartichokestudio.blogspot.com/. Project Nursery would like to give Natalie kudos for recently being featured on one of our very favorite blogs, Design*Sponge which showcases her fabulous $12 DIY lamp revamp. Our Project of the Week is
Last week Oprah put families to the test and asked them give up everything they could live without in an effort to waste less. Yesterday afternoon, New Yorkers celebrated Earth Day in Central Park with music, games and fun for the whole family. So what are you doing to teach your kids to be “Green”? Like me, there’s probably a