I love how his name turned out above his bed!
It is a vinyl wall piece and my good friend created it.
His crib and bedding again
I can not wait to get this baby home so I can rock him and read him stories
Here are some prints I made.
I really like how they turned out and it made decorating more cost effective.
(Have you priced children's wall art recently...YIKES!)
The hutch...I love all of his little things.
My stylist made the pail with his name on it. Thanks Kelly!
(remember her name-I have a fabulous story about her coming soon)
The top of the armoire. The black frame has his first ultra sound picture in it
and the orange frame is waiting on him to wear his UT outfit.
I made the ABC canvas as well.
The side table..I think I am going to get a taller lamp.
The monogram on his lamp is another vinyl piece from Rebecca.
The cow is VERY special..it is from his birth mother.
(We both have a LOVE of cows)
More canvases with a Dr. Seuss quote
"Today you are You,
that is truer than true.
No one alive is youer than You"
There are a few other little things I will be working on. My husband is going crazy for something UT in his room. I am on the look out for something that matches the style of the room. Luckily-we added orange touches every where so it will fit haha. I am also working on the brown space behind his changing pad. It is a cork board, which will be great when he is older. For now I have no idea what to do with it. I though about tacking up some scrapbook paper but not sure what would look good with his VERY busy changing pad cover. I am open to suggestions!
I am tickled pink about this little guy and counting down the hours-that's right hours!-until I get to meet him. What a blessing this process has been and I do not take any of it for granted. I know people on adoption waiting list who have been there for YEARS. Our journey seems pretty short compared to that. Keep checking back in. I am finishing up his story to be published wednesday and I will have pictures the second he comes out. Please say a prayer for the surgery to go ok. We have to be there at 10am and the delivery will be around noon. The birth mother is scared to pieces of needles (as am I) and I know it will be a very emotional day for her. Pray that she is comforted quickly and her recovery is brief. Well I am off to finish the one million things on my never ending to do list!
See you tomorrow!!!