Setting Up The Nursery: Newborn Nesting #SearsBabysRoom
I don’t live in that house anymore, and if I could I would have loved to have moved the room with me. On moving day, I teared up while doing one last check in his room. There were so many memories. Many tired (and frustrated) nights, happy moments with him laughing in his crib, or sweet and serene silence as he slept. It was his first room. It was the room we worked so hard on and the place we brought him home to. (I may or may not be tearing up as I type this.)
Something that shouldn’t be forgotten when setting up the nursery is storage. Storage, shelving and anything to hide the clutter of stuffed animals, diapers and clothes is a necessity. I had wicker baskets in the closet, dividers in the dresser but my favorite storage solution were my floating shelves. I was able to store a few of Carter’s stuffed animals and dress it up with his foot prints, photos and a painted letter C. It should be added to my Top 10 Newborn Must Haves.
What’s a must have for your nursery?
Includes a crib, change table and side table/chest. $420 ARV.
Disclosure: I am part of the Sears The Baby’s Room Ambassador program with Mom Central Canada and I receive special perks as part of my affiliation with this group. The opinions on this blog are my own.
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