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.
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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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