DONE! DONE! DONE!
When I first got started on Harper's nursery, Daniel reminded me (again and again) that it would not look
anything like the nurseries I pinned on Pinterest.
I knew that, but had a certain image in my mind. I wanted it all white with accents of seafoam green and gold. Yeah... plans change. It turned out perfect, though! With hard work from my mom, Daniel and
#1 I am NOT a pink person, but I felt bad not giving her any pink. The wall color is very light. Here's a picture of mom and Daniel hanging the curtains. Thanks, grandma Jack!
Julie and Daniel lowering her bed - harder than it looks. Thanks, Julie!
I love it!
Isn't it beautiful? Yeah, I wish it were mine. My cousin's wife is from Columbia, South America and had it handmade. It's beautiful! Thank you for letting us borrow it, Maria!
Here we go...
Daniel and I will sit and talk in here at night. It's a sweet time.
iPhone picture - curtains!
I have a feeling after she's born and accumulates more things, this room will be full. Might take the "HLS" down.
My favorite! The letter, "H" was supposed to go over her bed, but the
cadillac bed was too big for the wall. It's so pretty! I imagine the pictures in the frames will change after she's born, too.
Ah, her bed and blanket. Thanks for both, grandma Jack!
He won't be lonely for long. Thanks for the super soft bunny, Maggie Chase! We love it!
Dainty, Miss Sims
Her hospital/overnight bag matches her chair
When Daniel saw where her TOMS were, he freaked. His response was, "You're going to knock all of the glitter off!" Whoa... he is already protecting Harper (even her sparkly TOMS).
One pair for the summer and one for the winter - thank you, Julie, Mrs. Mary Leta, Mrs. Michele and Anna!
a PrayersOnTheSide painting
Guess who? I think this was done at the Arts Festival in Clinton one year.
Harper Lee's very own "To Kill a Mockingbird" by her book-reading aunt, Jill
FYI: Harper Lee was also a Chi Omega
I love to organize and reorganize her closet
Yes, she has 18 mo. dresses. I can't stop myself.
some of her blankets and my sling
my little bayou bengal
...and our little State puppy!
I had to- her first Lilly! Thanks, Jilly!
Hats, socks and panties... growing up I wore hats and those panties until I outgrew William's Store (but really). I wish I were home so I could find old pictures.
drawer of kissy kissies!
Riley and Robert have a sense of humor - her first towel
Last, but not least... her awesome diaper bag from Jill. (Geez, Jill... I'm glad you have a good job.) It's a Timi and Leslie - meaning, I can use it as a purse when I'm done! Done, as in we won't be having kids for a while. When we do, I can imagine their face...
"So, you blogged about Harper, monogrammed her clothes, decorated a nursery, and she has a baby book. What about me?"
I'm pretty sure I said those exact words about my oldest sister, Riley... and my dad said that to my grandmother. Tough being the 4th child (just kidding)! We will love the next just as we love Harper... just not sure I'll have time to document everything.
That's all folks! Thanks for stopping by and reading this blog. I really can't believe in 6 days she'll be here. Time is flying. Please keep us in your prayers.
Peace I leave with you; my peace I give you. I do not give to you as the world gives. Do not let your hearts be troubled and do not be afraid.