Nursery Number Two! PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 19 January 2011 22:10

It dawned on me the other day that I have yet to show you guys the baby's nursery. Shame on me! Lucky for you, after I finished tidying up/putting baby clothes in the dresser I got out my camera and snapped a few pictures for your viewing pleasure.

You are most welcome.


On one side of the room you will see the crib... (Yes, I am well aware that I am being Captain Obvious right now. Let me be.)


Is this bedding not adorable? I love it. And Zachariah picked out that puppy dog for his baby brother a few months ago. So sweet!


And on the other side of the room you will see the glider and dresser. And a crazy-go-nuts three year old. :) The dresser is identical to the one we bought for Zachariah and we love it! Besides the fact that it is made of real wood (yep. you read correctly. No particle board for us!), it is just a very practical dresser. The top is a good size to use as a changing table (which is a must since this room is a bit on the small side. There is no way we have room for a dresser and a changing table!) and the drawers are the perfect size for, well, everything!


The top two drawers are great for burp cloths...


and diapers. Wipes will go in this drawer as well, but I am not that on the ball. I have kinda forgotten about needing wipes. Oops!


The bigger drawers are obviously going to be used for clothes. The top drawer will be the size that he is wearing now (or will be wearing. Which is newborn) and the second drawer will be the next size up (0-3 months). Then every time he goes up a size I will change out both drawers! How great is that? I kinda did the same thing with Z and it worked wonderfully.

I don't know why I just told you that. I am sure you didnt care about the organizational system of my baby's drawers. Sheesh.


So yeah, along with the clothes, blankets will also be stored in this wonderful dresser. Oh how I love me some baby blankets! I seriously cant get enough. I have had some major self control during this pregnancy and haven't bought a SINGLE baby blanket (or clothing item at that!). Yet. I can tell you with all seriousness that the longer this baby stays inside of me, the more shopping I will be doing! I think it's only fair, don't you?

Anyway, nothing too exciting, but there it is! We need to get some artwork on the walls and a lamp and laundry basket in there, but besides those little bitty things it's pretty much finished!

I think it's a pretty cute nursery as is, but man alive is it going to be flat out ADORABLE once this sweet baby is in it! I can't wait!!! :)

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