Other than adding the crib and an amazing mobile my sister made a few months later that is how her room stayed. Painted walls, cute curtains, a mobile and white furniture. There wasn't a single thing on the wall for almost the entire first year of her life. Honestly, I don't feel too bad for her, it isn't like she noticed, but I sat in that room for hours a day, it seems like I would have put something up for me to look at.
Several months ago I found these alphabet printables and then I made the footprint shadowbox and all the sudden it felt like her room was coming together after all. My favorite part of the whole room is how many items hold special meaning, it definitely is not a cookie cutter room.
Here's a little tour:
The 60th anniversary poster from the ice cream shop owned by Bryce's family.
and these amazing (and free!) alphabet printables.
an embroidery from Bryce's great-grandma,
an embroidery done by Bryce's dad when he was a kid,
and a beautiful butterfly print Audrey received on her first birthday from my sister.
My sister made this mobile and gave it to me at my baby shower, I think it is one of the most amazing things I've ever seen.
Curious what Audrey was doing the whole time I was taking pictures?
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