When I finished Lil’ Wonder’s nursery before the baby shower, I was bound and determined to showcase it in a post before it got messed up.
Then it got full of presents and boxes and various toys brought in by my son who was THAT excited about the baby that he wanted to play in his space.
So finally a few days ago I got the change to clean up his room enough for a quick photo session- just enough time before he woke up again.
So shhh… whisper in here, OK? I need the break.
The walls are the same color as when we moved in (as is the rest of the house).
This print from Alley Kids totally set a color scheme for the room for me. Before that- I knew I wanted some kind of jungle animal theme.
The furniture was Wonder Boy’s- we bought and made all new furniture for him ( but that’s another post).
I had changed my mind about the wall clings before someone bought them for me, but I love them. The Lion King is one of my favorite Disney movies and going completely Lion King was an option for a while.
The moon lamp was from Ikea and provides the perfect amount of light when I’m nursing the baby at 2 a.m.
The mobile was from The Disney Store. We had a snag with our original order and they were really helpful.
Wonder Boy helped put it together and loves to see it in action with his brother.
The bookshelf is a mess of items that need better homes and books for myself and Lil’ Wonder.
Wonder Boy comes in and reads all the books, since they all were his first.Just like the toys, which he also loves to still play with.
This glider was the store model when we first got it with Wonder Boy and has seen its share of baby messes. The two blankets were quilted by my mom and knitted by my grandmother.
I sewed the pillow using fabric I found at Joann’s.
The Boppy? Essential, especially when Wonder Boy wants to hold his brother.
and last but not least- this bib was made by my mom for Lil’ Wonder to wear to my brother’s wedding and, well, the safest place to keep something safe right now is in plain sight. It’s always on the door.
Now tiptoe back out, the baby’s still sleeping.