Monday, February 23, 2009

Everything but the baby.

At last, everything is done, purchased, washed, sorted, and put away! It feels so good.

Here's kind of a walking tour of the nursery. It's a little crowded (there was much measuring and rearranging to get all of this furniture to fit!), but I prefer to think of it as cozy.

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I'll be spending lots of time here! The chair is a rocker/recliner. The lever is cleverly hidden in between the right arm and the seat cushion. The upholstery was the inspiration for the whole room.

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All supplies on hand: cloth wipes, meds, toys, books...

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Cloth diapers (prefolds and fitteds with covers) all ready to go.

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Diaper pail (with waterproof liner) and another basket we received as a gift. I'm not sure if I'll use it for laundry or toys or what, but it's super cute.

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Birds above the window -- pattern from Spool Sewing (link to pdf). Branch from our front yard.

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There's a trundle under that bed, but nowhere to pull it out! The twin bed and dressers were already in the room.

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Tons of tiny clothes!

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This dresser and the matching night stand were in my room growing up.

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That's it!



Oh, and I did manage to knit a couple more soakers, this time from Peace Fleece.
Peace Fleece Soakers

I started spinning yarn for another one, but it looks like I need to order a new bearing for the Schacht before I can finish. :(

1 comment:

javieth said...

I remember when my husband ask me if I wanted to have a baby,, but I knew we had a problem, so we buy viagra after to prove all the benefits this medicine can give us. like a couples we talk everything, and now we finally have our kids. The last baby have a lot of blanked that my husband buy for him. I think he doesn´t know how to say happy he is in this moment.