Friday, February 20, 2015

House Tour- Norah's nursery.

Welcome to Norah's nursery- one of my favorite places! Decorating your first baby nursery is so much fun. I love how it turned out!

Having a rocking/gliding chair is so nice.

I LOVE these letters from Pottery Barn Kids, and the picture collage I made on Shutterfly of our first day together!

I love all the sentimental things in Norah's room. The giraffe picture is from the Des Moines Farmer's Marker (which isn't really sentimental, I just liked it). The little wooden Dutch shoes were mine from when I was a baby. If you look closely under the picture, you can see that it says De Jong in blocks- that was a sweet gift from my friend when we graduated college (she originally gave it to me for my teaching desk, but now it works perfect for a nursery!). The white lamb was her first ever stuffed animal from grandma. The Pottery Barn Kids holding case has her baby/toddler Bibles in it, and the lamp is also from Pottery Barn Kids. 

Her closet is gigantic and awesome.

I got this alphabet poster in DC when I was visiting Stephanie.

This was a Christmas gift from her great aunt.

This piece is also filled with sentimental things, along with her changing table. There is a picture of my grandma and I when I was a baby, a Willow Tree "Now you are Three" piece that Kley gave me last Mother's Day, a wooden rocking horse that was mine when I was a baby, a stuffed giraffe that Norah's great great grandmother made, an engraved piggy bank from grandma, a keepsake box I ordered for her hospital tags, and some fun blocks.

This picture I had specially made just for Norah. My mom always used to sing me "You are my Sunshine" when I was younger, and now we sing it for Norah. My blogger friend over at made it.

I love this canvas of one of her newborn shots!

Her rug.

Toy/book nook.

I somehow missed uploading a digital picture of the before shot onto my computer, but it was an office before. This is what it looked like DURING:

(You can visit the rest of the house here.)


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