Hey guys!! I have been off in baby land for months now and have not blogged–or even thought about blogging. I do keep my instagram updated with our daily life, so come follow along! Anyway, I thought this would be fun way to come back. Rosalie is here and is the light of our life! She was born May 27th and turned our world upside down, sideways and inside out. She’s incredible and being a mom is unlike anything I could have imagined. It took some weeks to really get into the swing of things but now we’re in a place that is just fun (and exhausting).
Oh my goodness, has this been the most fun room to decorate! Styling a room for littles is unlike anything else. The world of inspiration is endless, on top of that, my heart gets to lead the way. Greg and I are just a few weeks away from meeting our first child. I can hardly believe I’m writing those words. This pregnancy has flown by, just as everyone said it would and now we’re anticipating the arrival of our most precious gift. We’re about to be a family of three! Let’s jump into the nursery design, shall we?
I’d like to go ahead and preface this post with the fact that I have absolutely no idea what to expect and I could be completely over/under packed here! Between bloggers, YouTubers and people you know who have children, there are so many differing opinions about what you actually need to bring with you to the hospital. I’m very aware of the difference between “needs” and “wants” but I also have no idea if I’ll be in and out quickly or if I’ll labor for a long time. So, I’m going with my gut and bringing what I think feels right for us!
With baby girl on the way, we’ve been shifting some things around at home. We’re not quite to the stage of baby-proofing, per se, but there are changes we’ve made to make our home a bit more family-friendly. I’m talking functionality, storage and layout. My husband and I have lived together now for about 6 years and our priority at home has always been comfort, but it’s always been the two of us. We were fine with shamelessly eating dinner at the coffee table most nights and we have always had the run of the land as far as closet space and storage. Now we’re thinking about things like, more floor space for play time, more storage for toys and swaddles, family dinner at a table, etc. I thought you might find it interesting if you’re a new mama too, or just love a good dose of home decor! This is about functionality and layout of the house, not about baby gear storage or nursery reveals… just yet.