Just before Keira's first birthday, I got in gear and finally finished decorating her bedroom. Well, "finished" is not a word you can ever really apply to decorating, just like you can't apply it to organizing, working out, eating, or apologizing. :) But at least it's now much closer to how I imagined it. We like a colorful, homey, lived-in look around here. Decorating professionals we are not.
Vinyl wall decals found on etsy.com. Tissue paper puffs made with help from Wendy Smedley. Polka-dot bumper from Ikea. Lamp and dresser were gifts from Grandma Beverly. Blue standing cupboard (which is really a toy chest) found at local consignment shop, Home Again. Pink rug and crib dust ruffle from amazon.com.
Rocking chair borrowed from Aunt Lynsey. Cute as a Button wall sign was a gift from Grandma Beverly, because that's a phrase her mother always used. Baby quilt on the wall handmade by Kelly Jeppson.
Yellow shelf found at Emilie Jayne consignment store in Salt Lake City. Tiny ladybug print from rabbot on etsy.com. Soft pink bunny a gift from Keira's birthdad, Jase. Framed ultrasound handmade by Keira's birthmom, Anneliese. Frog items from a phase in Angie's past when she inadvertently started collective frog-themed merchandise. Vintage Peter Rabbit book won at Beatrix Ptter festival. Quirky cup on the top shelf purchased at The Blue Pear in Ouray, Colorado.
Still left to do: blackout curtains that are still somewhat attractive and a little iron-on-the-wall fabric project that's been on my to-do list for 15 months.
Random photo of Keira, just because.