Bringing home baby also means accumulating more baby stuff. Just when you have your nursery stocked and ready to roll, you are showered with more clothes and gifts. So take it from two moms who will tell you that it’s important to have empty storage bins and extra space in the nursery in anticipation of your family and friends generousity.
Let’s see…Who’s cuter the baby or the nursery? Well the baby of course but Sadie’s Mom and Dad did a superb job in making the nursery too! The most impressive aspect? It’s mostly handmade. From the contemporary crib to the creative tree branch art, this goes to show us that homemade doesn’t have to look overly “homey.” Child’s name: Sadie
Carmen Raynor from Retro Rooms has done it again! On Monday we featured her son Jack’s Vintage Cowboy room and today we take a peak inside Carmen’s daughter Lola’s room! With a little innovation and a big love for paper dolls Carmen created an enchanting room for three year-old Lola. I don’t know if it’s the old fashion paper dolls,
Pam suggested that I name this post, “Oops! I did it again!” I laughed so hard because she’s right. My husband and I have made it to the half way point of our 3rd gut renovation in 4 years. Just last week, we boarded up our renovated bedrooms and embarked on demo throughout the public areas. I am sooo excited
Congrats to my sister-in-law and brother-in-law for bringing a big, healthy, beautiful baby boy into the world last night! His name is Braydon Matthew. I waited 9 months to find out if I needed to buy pink or blue gifts and then another 24 hours to learn if Braydon was to be spelled with an “en” or “on”. After “Googling”
Mandy Ford’s “This Girl’s Life” just got a bit more complicated for the better on May 30th, 2008, with the arrival of twin boys Ben and Landon. Kudos to Mandy’s on her choice of dark paint for the nursery: “Tree Branch” by Sherwin Williams. Mandy says she was going for “a subtle nature theme with owl accessories…the main colors being, sage green and chocolate