Friday, September 9, 2011

The Big Reveal

I FINALLY have the nursery cleaned up enough that I felt I could share pictures. It seems the nursery (a.k.a. the bonus room) seems to be home to random things that need to get put back into the attic.  (It makes sense, since we have attic space on either side.)

But, today!  Today, it's cleaned up and ready for it's time in the spotlight.

Want to take a tour?

Here's the view when you first walk in.  See my little helper?

 Closer view of the wall/window

 The changing table

 Um...This is why he's in a big boy bed now. ;) 

 This is actually where the rocking chair will go once the baby is actually sleeping in here. This cradle, while beautiful and antique (was E's grandpa's), is a pain in the hiney to put together.  I'm doubting she'll even sleep in it. *sigh* 

View from the bed. 
( I'm pretty sure Isaac exceeds the weight limit of that cradle.  Seeing as one of the supports popped out.)

 The crib.  Minus my helper.

 The Ultrasound wall. :)

Bonus picture: not really part of the nursery, but still stinkin' cute.  Newborn diapers.

There are still a few things I need to do.  In fact, I bought a growth chart, just today, that needs to be hung up.  Oh, and the simple little quilt I need to finish start to go on the bed. (ha! simple!  help!) 

I hope you enjoyed the tour. 


d e v a n said...

It's beautiful! I love it!!

Sarah - PS Mom Reviews said...

It's a lovely room. You've done a great job!

Kels said...

Oh my goodness, it is AMAZING!!! Love it!

Heidi said...

Very pretty!

Birdie said...

I love the ultrasound wall!!!! Also, what type of bed is that? It looks like one I have been looking at - the Graco Charleston. Very cute nursery!!!

Tracy said...

Birdie- it's a graco, I know that. We got it at Babies R Us.

Leza said...

I loooove the room. It is so homey looking. We have the same crib and I just love it! I really love the antique bassinet i hope she gets to use it a few times. We are planning on moving the glider into our room to until shes in her own room. Thanks for sharing!