I didn't get into it as much with my boys.
I mean, I had fun picking out all of their stuff....
but girl stuff is waaaaay cuter!
We, meaning, me, Lana, James and my mom have all done our share of transforming the guest bedroom/office into a girly nursery :)
I had the hardest time figuring out what colors, bedding, etc. I wanted to go with until my mom handed me a Serena and Lily catalog.
First of all, I had never seen this company before.
[Where have you been all my life??]
My mom gets every catalog ever published sent to her house for some reason.
Let's just say, I fell in love with it. I love their style and uniqueness.
We had to buy a crib [Tar-jay] because I got rid of the boys crib when Charlie was done with it...
For some reason I kept my changing table that we had bought for Jackson. It's from PBK and is still in great shape. I had the baskets from Jackson and Charlie but ordered some personalized girl liners to go in them.
Hopefully it won't freak baby girl out because the air vent blows on it and the butterflies come to life :)
The iron headboard is actually two antique gates that I hung overlapping to create a headboard.
It was something that we had already had prior and I really like them so they stayed.
Baby girl has a doll and pink jee jee's waiting for her
[as Charlie calls them].
He has tried to take that rabbit lookin' thingy there on the right to bed with him on several occasions....
all failed attempts.
Her closet has been fun to organize.
I think we've got one of everything Tar-jay has in their baby aisles :)
I'm telling ya, I'm sooooo ready for this baby!
I made the ribbon bow hanger [super easy]! But now realizing I should have made it longer...
Does anyone have a Moby wrap/sling?
I bought one and am hoping I am smart enough to figure out how it works.
Mirror shot at 37 weeks and 3 days.
By the way, I waddle now.
Ok, I fiddled with repositioning these photos at the top and failed so they're coming in last even though they should be first :(
Lana and Charlie tackled the paint job one day when Jackson was at school and I was out running errands.
He may or may not have been more of a hindrance than a help to Lana...
It was a tedious job.
It was back breaking [for me] laying on the floor with a "Laser" and Lana penciling in a straight line.
But we got it done :)
Where there's a will....there's a way!