We’re still not quite ready to give the 10-cent tour. There are a few more paintings and decorations to hang. Yet, the lion’s share is done.
Dan ticked off the big items on his Honey-Do list: assemble dressar, assemble crib, hang plate collection and move bookcase.
The penants were a gift from my baby shower. On each one is a message from a friend or family member conveying their congrats, well wishes or advice.
The funniest advice: “Drink heavily”
The sweetest advice: “Love each other”
The best advice: “Do whatever you want” for Elly will be just fine.
The last item remaining on my to-do list were the curtains and as you’ll see in the pictures, they are 99% finished (I’m awaiting buttons to arrive via mail so I can fold them up over the radiator).
Not to boast, but I am soooo happy with how Elizabeth’s room looks.
This post was added to TDC’s Kid’s Rooms link up.
6 thoughts on “The 9 Cent Tour”
Such a sweet nursery! She will love it. You will love her. All is well.
Cute, cute cute! I’m sure Elly will love it when she arrives. :)
I have never left a comment here before, but I found your blog through Throws Like a Girl. Your room is very cute, I love all the baseball stuff. I noticed you had a bottle of baby oil on the shelf, and wanted to tell you that you might not know that baby oil can be very dangerous for babies and young children if they accidentally inhale and/or swallow it. I never knew that when my kids were young. You would never think that a product that is seemingly for babies can be so dangerous, but I just wanted to tell you so that you can lock it away.
I have never commented on a blog before, but I felt compelled to when I saw that.
Can’t wait to see her in her new room! :)
What a great room! Bright and cheery.
The room is beautiful!! I can’t wait to see little Elly in it!
Love it, love it, love it! I especially love your solution for the curtains. I can’t wait to see Elly in the room. Not long now.