Congratulations Project Nursery reader Johanna and her husband Gustaf on welcoming twins Casimir (8 lb / 20.5 Inches) and (Casper 7 lb 10 oz/ 20.5 inches) into the world this past Friday…WOW! The boys are very fortunate to be coming home to a most spectular nursery! A “little less baby and a little more fun” was the route style-savvy parents took to create the nursery. They did a
Environment is such an important part of a child’s development.Foster and soon-to-beadoptive parents,The “H’s”, have created an incredibly bright, cheery and engaging environment for their son’s new home.Project Nursery is delighted to share with you the inspirational details… “Being foster/adoptive parents is something my husband and I had always wanted to do. There is such a great need for quality
Leave it Emmy Award winning broadcast meteorologist and environmental reporter, Mish Michaels of WBZ Boston (CBS) to create a breathtaking “Four Seasons” nursery for daughter Nalina. Mish knew right away that her nursery needed to include weather and nature not just because that’s her bread and butter, but because Nalina means Lotus Flower in Sanskrit (an ancient Indian language). With
Sadie’s coming in just a matter of weeks (July 21st!) and Mom Sarah is busy in the Netherlands preparing her nursery. Thankfully for Mom, she has a great friend Alexandra who channels her inner artist on weekends to create a fun, friendly animal mural with a white picket fence and all. Now that the amazing wall mural is up, Sarah
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