Final Nursery Pictures

I decided my nursery could not be complete without a rocking chair, so I told E I was buying myself one. We’re calling it my birthday present, although my real birthday present will be NOT BEING PREGNANT. Mom and I went over to Babies R Us to pick up the glider I had registered for, but apparently they’re in the process of changing their stock so they didn’t even have a floor model left. I was very annoyed. So we went to Target and bought almost exactly the same chair, including the ottoman, for $100 less. Plus Mom works at Target and let me use her employee discount – Thanks Mom!

Here’s the final pictures of everything all put together, including the lamps and the rocker. The absolutely adorable Wild Things dolls are from my sister and I luuuurve them. She also painted the little table next to the rocker. I’m really really pleased with the way the whole room turned out.





And this is my final notice to my bebeh:


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7 Responses to “Final Nursery Pictures”

  1. lalaland13 says:

    I love the nursery, and I love the belly notice even more. Aren’t there baby eviction notices you can have made up online or something?

    I must ask, though: What did you use to write that with? Because obviously, anything but hypoallergenic soy marker will make your baby grow an extra arm.

  2. stacyinbean says:

    I am dying over the Where The Wild Things are hanger thingy!!! It looks amazing! Also, it would be kind of funny if you kept that on your belleh through delivery. I think the doctors and nurses would all be amused!!!

  3. bebehblog says:

    It’s lipstick! I figured it couldn’t hurt the baby on my stomach more than it would hurt on my lips. Dooce did a really cute baby eviction notice when she was pregnant, but I didn’t want to be such a copy-cat.

  4. FourInchHeels says:

    Your nursery looks INCREDIBLE! He’s one lucky little baby … or he would be, if he’d get freakin born already.

    And your belly pic – baaahahahahahahahahhaha. I died.

  5. J.D.Regent says:

    too adorable for words. masculine and yet babyish (um, is there a distinction?) adopt me!

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