Wow! Time has flown! I can’t believe Lily will be three months in 2 weeks! She was born on May 26th at 1:13pm weighing 7 lbs 11 oz and 20 inches long. She is such a sweetheart. And such a relaxed baby… not to jinx myself or anything but right now she is a good sleeper!!! yay!! Lily is busy cooing and smiling right now throughout the day when she is awake… I just love her to pieces (as does her big sister and daddy of course).
Now that we have gotten back our maternity and newborn photos I put together a birth announcement that I sent out to family and friends above. I have also finally gotten around to taking her footprints and finalizing her nursery with said footprints and photos!
I am a big gallery wall fan so of course I had to have a gallery wall in Lily’s room. I had a lot of fun putting it together. I tried to get a better picture/lighting but it just wasn’t happening so this is the best I’ve got….
My favorite corner of the room is the reading corner…the chair is just so comfy and cozy…
I was originally leaning towards a gold theme for Lily’s nursery but I fell in love with these curtains at R+H baby and found a beautiful rug and sheets that coordinated perfectly so I decided to go with that. I then saw this unicorn rocker at Pottery Barn Kids and was OBSESSED. Then to top that off on Pinterest somewhere I saw the unicorn wearing a flower crown and since we were going to name her Lily I knew that her unicorn rocker just “HAD” to have a flower crown too.
Crib and rocker:
All in all I am really happy with how it came out! Soon I will have to post pictures from Emma’s big girl room …I am pretty excited to share the dresser that I refinished for her! I also never posted pictures from her nursery…maybe one of these days:).
Curtain rods – purchased from Target 4 years ago
Rocking Chair – I picked this one by testing out all the ones in the Restoration Hardware and Baby store and the Pottery Barn Kids Store…this one I felt was the most comfortable. I liked how I could rest my head back on the chair too which I knew would be important when feeding the babe 1/2 asleep in the middle of the night!
Crib and changing table- from Pottery Barn Kids 4 years ago