After much deliberation, I finally decided to buy the bedding that I really wanted which meant painting the room. I am so glad that I did! I love how the room turned out. I think our little bugga boo is going to love it too. Here is the room before:Would have been cute for a boy, but the blue had to go. Bring on the PINK!
After several days of hard work, (thanks Mom, Dad and Brian) the paint was on the walls and the bedding was in the crib.
Don't you just love it? I think the room turned out better than I pictured. I love my recliner. Brian bought me this for Valentine's Day and it is so comfy.
I have spent a lot of time in this chair already. I am sure there will be a lot of nights spent in this chair. That is why we decided to go with the recliner instead of a rocker. I just wanted something I could realistically sleep in if I had to.
Check out the beautiful afghan Brian's mom made me.
Cathi is so talented. I cannot believe the things she makes. As a side note I think it's worth mentioning that she is blind. It just amazes me what she can do! Thanks Cathi! I absolutely love this blanket.
Hand prints and Foot prints will go here. These are the curtains that I made:
This is the other wall that will have pictures and her blessing dress hanging next to the blanket (also compliments of Cathi).Well that is pretty much it. I can't wait until this little girl is born so we can finish decorating the room with portraits of her. Plus her name will appear somewhere above the crib, which by the way we finally decided on. Of course we are keeping it a secret until she is born!
Well I might as well post a picture of the stroller we got too!
I'm not obsessed at all with Damask print... It's a good thing that Brian likes it too or we might be in trouble since my bathroom and bedroom share this theme. Well I hope you all like the room. I for one, am glad that it is done!