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Category Archives: Nursery
A few years ago I was driving to my parents’ house, and one of their neighbors had a bunch of old windows out at the end of their driveway. Jackpot! Mom and I hopped in her SUV and went back … Continue reading
I am loving my time with little EO! What a privilege it is to watch him grow and grow! Tony’s having a good time too. Here’s father and son reading poetry. And we were finally able to snap our first … Continue reading
Let me just say, I have some amazing friends. Holy cow. Last weekend they threw me the most fabulous baby shower! Monica even flew in from Colorado as a surprise! I was horrible about taking photos – bad blogger! … Continue reading
Phew! Baby projects sure involve a lot of sewing! It all started with this nursing pillow. I wasn’t even going to get a nursing pillow, but a friend raved about hers, so when I saw this one on … Continue reading
I did not build our crib. I didn’t even upcycle one. A little piece of me hurts to admit that I found this crib on walmart.com and loved that it had a solid back (for storing things in that … Continue reading
No nursery is complete without a mobile, right? Perusing Pinterest with that search term yields endless results, but I’ve been taken by the ones that utilize colored paper circles. Many of them have the circles perpendicular to the ground, which … Continue reading