Windows and wheels

By popular demand, here are photos of Baby’s room and some of our most recent acquisitions.  We’re still adding finishing touches, and will probably be doing so over the next few years.  The way we see it, this room will be a work in progress and we couldn’t possibly “finish” the room until we meet our baby.

Windows and wheels

We finally decided on, ordered, and received the curtains.  We love the white curtains and the light it allows in the room.  Hopefully baby will be able to nap during daytime…we might need to figure something out to help with that.  And we just got Bean’s stroller; we had decided on that long ago, but saved it for one of the last purchases.  It is has also arrived and for now, is parked in Baby’s room.

The light in Bean's room is lovely with these curtains.

I love these prayer flags: made by our some of our great ABQ friends for the Bean.  Also in this photo is the “naked” bassinet (sans bumper and sheets), along with the last of Baby’s laundry on the drying rack.  The bassinet is on wheels and can be easily moved from room to room (we think Bean will be sleeping in our room for the first few months).

Prayer flags for Bean

We’ve been busy cleaning the house, washing clothes, cooking and napping.  I’m becoming more fond of naps every day.  And now, it is past my bedtime.  Sweet dreams.

About Stephanie

I am a mother and a wife, lady scientist, gardener, fabulous cook, foodie, world traveler, and aspiring polymath. I like to ignore stereotypes, challenge the status quo and encourage independent thought.
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1 Response to Windows and wheels

  1. Mom says:

    it looks amazing, curtains add whole new look, softness and finish… i cannot wait to be there…
    love you both, Mom


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