I know I am about a year late in posting this, but I am honestly just getting around to it. Not to mention the fact that my "baby" is fast approaching her first birthday and I am already getting very sentimental. When I found out we were having a girl, at first I was scared...then the fear wore off and it was replaced with the excitement of getting to decorate a little girl's room. It has been nothing but blues around here since Mason was born and I have to say it was great fun getting to let my inner "girly-girl" out in a house full of boys (the dogs are both boys too). So for those that are interested (all 2 of you out there) here's Reese's
My mom came into town when I was about 8 months pregnant to help me install the wainscotting paneling (not sure if I spelled that right). It was a fun project because she helped me, but man that was a lot of trips up the stairs measuring and cutting the pieces. I definitely could not have done it without her. Thanks mom!
I wanted to include Mason in decorating her room because I spent quite a bit of time up there and he was a very good helper. He was very into coloring at the time so I gave him some paper and his crayons and he created this masterpiece especially for Reese.
This was my most favorite pregnancy picture (and probably one of the only ones) the second time around. Mason loved to hug my belly whenever it was peeking out under my shirt, which was a lot towards the end.
A friend was nice enough to give us her daughter's old nursery bedding so I coordinated the room around it. Who am I to pass up free, cute and free bedding?
I really wanted some curtains from Pottery Barn Kids, but that just wasn't in our budget. So instead, I made these curtains and I happened to like them better than the PBK's anyway.
My other favorite picture in her room. I got tired of plain wooden picture frames but I couldn't find the exact ones I wanted for her room, so I made this one too.
So I know that Reese is my last baby so I will have to live vicariously through others for cute, new baby nurseries. I would love anyone else's if you're interested in sharing.